Panhellenic Council

The Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the Dartmouth Panhellenic sororities. It was established to further intellectual achievement and scholarship, promote inter-sorority relations and to foster education and awareness of its members. It also strives to exemplify and model the six pillars of Greek life at Dartmouth: Scholarship, Accountability, Leadership, Service, Brotherhood/Sisterhood, and Inclusivity. The Council provides an opportunity for members to work together to meet these goals through events and discussion.

The Dartmouth Panhellenic Council is comprised of the eight Panhellenic sororities:
Alpha Phi, Alpha Xi Delta, Delta Delta Delta, Epsilon Kappa Theta, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Kappa Delta, and Sigma Delta.

If you are a member of one of these organizations and would like to get involved in the Panhellenic Council, please contact us at <login to see email address>.


President: Sarah Wildes (KKG)
VPO: Meeta Prakash (SD)
VPR: Adriana Flores (EKT), Jane Cai (KD)
VPPR: Olivia Durr (DDD)
Treasurer: Jen Jaco (EKT)
Secretary: Maia Matsushita (KDE)
Programming: Rachel Bornstein (KD), Erin Klein (SD)

For addition information, see the Panhell website:

Upcoming Events

Flag Football Tournament

Come out on Sunday to support Dartmouth's sororities and fraternities as they compete in a flag football tournament benefitting Circle of Sisterhood!
Where?: Hanover High School fieldsWhen?: May 27th, 11am-4pm
Sorority Bracket :APhi ● AZD ● DDD ● EKT ● KD ● KDE ● KKG ● SD
Fraternity Bracket: Alpha Phi Alpha ● Beta ● GDX ● Psi U 

At the games, there will be a Stinson's BBQ and tanks for sale for $10 (Payable on DASH for non-seniors). All proceeds will go to Circle of Sisterhood.

Overheards/Advance Praise for the Tournament
"I need to remember to wash my spandex." - Anonymous female

So come check out the best event of the year, eat some food and watch your favorite sororities and fraternities battle it out on the football field!

Circle of Sisterhood is a foundation seeking to lift women and girls out of poverty and oppression by providing education.Want to know more about Circle of Sisterhood? Check out the Facebook page.
Last updated on May 24 by Adriana E. Flores
contributors: Diana M. Pechter, Jason A. Laster