3 October 2007
Delta Zeta Sorority Issues Proclamation Supporting National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week
Oxford, Ohio--Delta Zeta Sorority has made a public
proclamation to announce the Sorority’s support of National Collegiate Alcohol
Awareness Week (NCAAW) and the Sorority’s alcohol awareness campaign, I have a
Choice: Educate, Encourage, and Inspire.
All of the Sorority’s 158
college chapters around the United States and Canada, representing over 10,000
collegians, are participating in I Have a Choice in support of National
Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week, October 21-27, 2007.
I Have a Choice works to educate college-age students about the dangers of alcohol
abuse, inspiring them to examine their lifestyles and make informed decisions.
Moreover, the campaign seeks to partner with officials and administrators in
higher education, other Greek organizations, as well as the communities
surrounding campuses where Delta Zeta has chapters, to eradicate the abuse of
alcohol among college students.
The proclamation was signed
by Michelle A. Smith, Delta Zeta Sorority National President, on behalf of all
Delta Zeta Sorority was founded on Miami
University’s campus in Oxford, Ohio in 1902. The Sorority has over 207,000
alumnae and collegiate members in the United States and Canada. The Delta Zeta
Foundation, a non-profit organization, makes possible gifts and support for
scholarships, leadership, philanthropy, and education.
information, please contact Nancy E. Brewer, Director of Communications, Delta
Zeta Sorority National Headquarters, 202 East Church Street, Oxford, OH 45056,
Go to the Delta Zeta Sorority I Have a Choice press release
on National Collegiate Awareness Week.
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