The Daily Illini

Phi Gamma Nu continues annual fundraiser, Compete for a Cure

Myers Leonard, 2012 alumnus, and Tyler Griffey, 2013 alumnus, played in the 2012 Compete for a Cure event.

By Bridget Hynes

May 1, 2014

Pam Stern lost her battle with lung cancer on March 31, 2010. Within three days, her oldest son, 2012 alumnus Dustin Stern, began planning a fundraiser in her honor as a philanthropy for his professional business fraternity, Phi Gamma Nu (PGN).  This year, the fifth annual Compete for a Cure will be ...

#CalebsCrew supports University student’s brother in fight against Leukemia

Caleb Miller vacations in Holland, Mich., last summer, before being diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

By Raymond Sobczak

April 7, 2014

Waking up on Feb. 15 for Zach Miller, sophomore in Business, should have been like any other day — get up, shower and head to class. After class, he was supposed to go to a meeting, but instead, he received a text message from his 17-year-old brother Caleb.  “The doctors here think I have Leukemi...

Students rush business for professional, social gain

By Christen McGlynn

January 22, 2014

As an incoming freshman during fall 2011, sitting in a room full of people dressed in business attire, Jane Sobczak did not know what to expect when she began her journey through Professional Business Fraternity Rush. However, the connections she has made throughout the past three years, she said, h...