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Question 1: National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) — association of 9 historically ________ fraternities and sororities; local organizations found on a single campus are usually known as "Pan-Hellenic Councils."
Great Migration (African American)African American cultureAfrican AmericanAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)

Question 2: In 1917, at ________ five female law students founded Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority.
Mount Sinai School of MedicineNew York University School of LawNew York University Stern School of BusinessNew York University College of Arts and Science

Question 3: The ________ administration and its adjacent Students' Society both enforce strict non-recognition of fraternities citing their exclusionary nature.
Kwantlen Polytechnic UniversityUniversity of British ColumbiaUniversity of VictoriaSimon Fraser University

Question 4: The Phi Beta Kappa Society, founded on December 5, 1776, at the ________ in Williamsburg, Virginia, is generally recognized to be the first Greek-letter student society in North America.
The College of William & MaryWilliam & Mary TribeZable StadiumWilliam & Mary Tribe football

Question 5: ________ was also established at Syracuse University, in 1872, and along with Alpha Gamma Delta, these three sororities make up the Syracuse Triad.
Alpha PhiAlpha Epsilon PhiGamma Phi BetaZeta Tau Alpha

Question 6: ________ Sorority, Incorporated, a historically black sorority founded in Washington, DC, USA, was the very first Greek-lettered organization ever to establish a chapter in Africa (1948).
Alpha Phi AlphaAlpha Kappa AlphaZeta Phi BetaPhi Beta Sigma

Question 7: Green, who died during an Omega Psi Phi initiation ritual[9]; and the 2002 deaths of Kenitha Saafir and Kristin High, who died during an ________ hazing ritual[10].
Phi Beta SigmaThe Links, IncorporatedAlpha Phi AlphaAlpha Kappa Alpha

Question 8: The first organization to adopt the word sorority was Sigma Kappa, established on November 9, 1874 at ________ in Waterville, Maine.
Bowdoin CollegeDePauw UniversityColby CollegeBates College

Question 9: Examples include Acacia, FarmHouse, and Triangle, as well as final clubs, eating clubs and secret societies at some ________ colleges, such as Skull and Bones at Yale.
Rutgers UniversityHarvard UniversityIvy LeagueHarvard Crimson

Question 10: Along with ________, these three fraternities have been called the Miami Triad.
Sigma ChiAlpha Phi AlphaBeta Theta PiDelta Sigma Phi

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