in this issue - Bucknell University



in this issue - Bucknell University
Greetings Bucknellians, past and present.
Hello everyone!
I would like to begin my newsletter message by
We wanted to send out one more
newsletter before our terms ended.
In this issue you will be able to catch
up on the news of each chapter, as
well as learn about Greek Week and
other events that the Interfraternity
and Panhellenic Councils have been
highlighting the culture of action that is growing
ever stronger on Bucknell’s campus today. One
short year ago, Bucknell University President
John Bravman stood in front of our community
with a message of concern and a proposal of
opportunity. Through calls for Greek-lettered
organizations, along with the rest of the Bucknell
community, to reflect on and address certain perceived shortcomings in our social
culture, we were tasked with the unifying challenge of building the best Bucknell
possible. Looking back, the year 2012 will be viewed as a significant period in
Bucknell’s history during which Greeks responded by joining the rest of the
community to set a definitive course for the changes we all seek. It has been my
supreme honor to have served as the President of the Interfraternity Council during
this exciting and transformational time.
Over the course of the past year, the Interfraternity Council has realized incredible,
long-overdue, internal restructuring. We have grasped the benefits that creative and
purposeful communication within the Greek community can have on Bucknell’s
campus as a whole. We have re-established the expectations that must accompany
We would like to thank everyone
for all your help and support in the
past year and continue to support
next year’s board as they continue
this. We would like to extend a
special thanks to Josie Fertig for all
her help and patience in creating this
newsletter. If you have any questions
do not hesitate to contact us.
Ben Kaufman,
Alumni and Faculty Liaison
Stephanie Thomas,
VP Community Outreach
the roles and duties of our council’s executive board positions and the supporting
chapter presidential body. We have set the stage for our successors to transition
quickly and smoothly into their new positions, so that they may continue to move
forward with the mission of building a stronger Greek community.
It is my pleasure to announce the success of the joint philanthropy project between
the Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council — the “Million Penny Project”
— in far-surpassing our initial goal of raising $10,000 for the HandUP Foundation
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in this issue
Panhellenic President’s Letter p2 I The Million Penny Project p3 I Greek Week is a Success p3
Chapter Updates p4 I Noteworthy News: Election Results Are In p9 I Contact Information p9
The Panhellenic Council has been continuing to make advances to improve the Greek community at
Bucknell. Throughout the fall term, we have been working tirelessly to improve inter-sorority relationships,
bolster relations with the University’s faculty and staff, and make a positive impact on both Bucknell’s
campus and within the greater Lewisburg community. We have been actively planning new and exciting
events to bring the community together.
Earlier in the semester, Panhellenic hosted the founders of the Kind Campaign, Lauren Parsekian and Molly
Thompson, two sorority women who started the international movement, documentary and school program
to bring awareness and change to girl-against-girl “crime.” We invited girls from the local schools and
surrounding community to join the Bucknell sorority women in the viewing of the documentary Finding Kind, and hoped to spark a
change in stereotypes and hurtful words that plague women’s relationships, starting from a young age. This event helped to unite our
community and foster kindness, not only within our individual sororities, but the Bucknell community in general. In addition, reaching
out the younger female population in the surrounding community has been instrumental in fostering a stronger relationship with the
Lewisburg community. We are excited to continue this relationship with the community and design more events, serving as role models
for the younger generation.
We have also been working to continue our programming within the Bucknell community. Panhellenic has continued to sponsor
discussion luncheons with faculty and staff members. This semester, we partnered with Provost Newell to discuss corporate competency
and diversity in the workplace. The discussion was stimulating and the sorority women enjoy getting to know faculty and staff members
outside of the classroom. We are looking forward to continuing these discussion lunch events next semester.
Panhellenic continues our efforts to educate and inform unaffiliated women about the fraternal organizations on campus and what it
means to be Greek at Bucknell. Earlier this semester, we hosted ‘Fall for Sorority Life,’ an informal event for unaffiliated women to meet
current sorority leaders, discuss their experiences and get a sense about what will happen during the recruitment period. In addition,
we have been continuing to improve upon the formal recruitment process, analyzing feedback from women who participated in the
recruitment process earlier in the semester and making changes to improve the process for the future. Panhellenic is looking forward to
continuing the ‘Sorority Life 101’ program that began last year and bettering the education process for potential new members.
We are very excited to welcome Alpha Xi Delta to the community this spring and Delta Zeta, no sooner than spring 2015! The Extension
Committee did a fantastic job at critiquing the community presentations and evaluating whether the organizations would be a good fit
at Bucknell. Ultimately, the committee recommended to eventually colonize both organizations on campus, and Panhellenic couldn’t be
more excited to grow the sorority community!
2012 has been a great year for sorority life at Bucknell. I have greatly enjoyed my time serving on Panhellenic and believe that we have
made great strides in improving the community. The council of women has been fantastic and we couldn’t have done it without all of their
hard work. We are now looking forward to the future and are excited about transitioning the new executive board into their roles in hopes
of seamlessly continuing the success that we have achieved. I look forward to seeing the sorority community strengthen and continue to
contribute value to the Bucknell community.
Katrina Butt ’13, Panhellenic President
IFC and Panhellenic are proud to announce that we have exceeded our goal
of Milton. It is my
of raising $10,000 for this year’s Million Penny Project! The 2012 recipient, the
hope that the 2013
HandUP Foundation of Milton, will be receiving $13,418 to help improve and
Interfraternity Council
expand their wide variety of services and programs. This money could not
board will continue to
have been raised without the help of all of our Greek organizations and their
recognize the importance
continued support for events that benefit the project,
including Wingfest, Greek Iron Chef and Greek Week.
To learn more about the HandUP Foundation and how
you could get involved, please visit their website
of building upon our
close-knit bond with the Panhellenic Council, so that
working together we may push our best efforts to
new heights in serving Bucknell and its surrounding
communities. It is my wish, on behalf of the current
Interfraternity Council, that our new board enjoy the
Thank you again to all those who helped to
best of luck and success in working in line with our
support this project!
ideals, while facing and meeting the challenges of
Bucknell’s future.
Patrick John Zailckas
Interfraternity Council President
Greek Week this year was a huge success!
Fraternities and sororities across campus competed
in a variety of events such as Greek Trivia Night (with
“mocktails” that each sorority made), Greek Sing
and the Greek Olympics. They could also earn points
throughout the week for various things, including
‘liking’ Bucknell’s Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs
Facebook page (Bucknell OFSA) or voting on sorority
Bid Day pictures (whichever had the most ‘likes,’
received the most points) or showing up to a “Greek
Nation” picture where as many different fraternities
and sororities were there. In the end, the fraternity
winner was Chi Phi and the sorority winner was Chi
Omega. We would like to take this time to thank everyone who helped out
and made this Greek Week a lot of fun and very successful.
The brothers of Delta Upsilon competing
in Tug-O-War during Greek Olympics.
Looking back on the 2012 fall semester, we Alpha Chi ladies have been very busy, and have enjoyed building bonds of our sisterhood
along the way. In October, we held our annual Dodge Domestic Violence Dodgeball Tournament, and with a packed Gerard Fieldhouse,
we raised around $1,300 and lots of domestic violence awareness. The winners and recipients of the “golden dodgeball” this year were
the men of Kappa Sigma. Also in October, we hosted a faculty appreciation event, Apple Pie with Alpha Chi, to which members invited
some of their favorite professors to join us for coffee and apple pie one afternoon. We really enjoyed spending time with everyone who
came. Another favorite October activity was traveling to Penn State to join the Beta Mu chapter of AXO for ‘Cosmopolitan’s Kisses for the
Troops,’ a national program sponsored by the magazine where sorority chapters are chosen to host “parties” where they write and kiss as
many postcards as possible to send overseas to the troops. We sent hundreds of cards and loved getting to know our sisters at PSU! I’m
also pleased to announce that we’ve initiated our wonderful new member class and are so proud to finally have them join us in full Alpha
Chi sisterhood. Celebrating all of the semester’s achievements at La Primavera for our fall formal was a great way to wrap up 2012. We
look forward to installing our new executive board and for more great things to come in 2013!
Every Homecoming Weekend, with high Bucknell
Bison spirits, Alpha Delta Pi holds our biggest
fall philanthropy event, ADPiHop. This year we
conveniently set up our event on St. Louis Street
in the midst of the entire Homecoming bustle.
During ADPiHop, all our sisters cooked pancakes
outside for students, faculty, alumni and Lewisburg
residents to enjoy. This year we hosted our first
ever pancake-eating contest to spice up the event!
We had a wide variety of participants who were
asked to eat 10 pancakes as fast as they could
without using their hands. John Fowler of Delta
Upsilon fraternity successfully won the contest and
was awarded 10-percent of the ADPiHop earnings
Chi Omega has had a great fall semester and is excitedly looking forward to
to the philanthropy of his choice. This event was
the spring! We will be welcoming a new Executive Board and Cardinal Cabinet
also highly supported by our alumnae, who were
and have been planning exciting new events both for our sisters and for the
celebrated throughout the event with a “Welcome
greater campus community. Since our last update, we have been keeping
Home” banner and various gifts. We are so fortunate
busy. We had the honor of initiating 45 amazing women into our organization,
to be able to raise so much money through this
and we couldn’t be happier with the contributions they have made to XΩ thus
event, especially since it will be going to the Brainy
far! Our Halloween Candy Corn Sale raised over $200 for the Make-A-Wish
Camps Association. This is a set of camps, founded
Foundation, our national philanthropy, so thank you to all those who participated.
by sister Alyssa Weinstein’s mother, which provides
Our movie night with Alpha Chi Omega was a hit — sisters from both chapters
children with various disabilities amazing social
had a chance to hang out and have fun together! We loved seeing familiar
experiences. We thank everyone who contributed
faces of alumnae over Homecoming Weekend, especially at our Homecoming
for supporting Brainy Camps and our sisters. ADPi
Brunch with our traditional ‘Dunkin’ on the Suite.’ Our Director of Career and
is looking forward to hosting a dinner at Bull Run to
Personal Development has been busy planning more events for us, including
further raise money for this cause sometime before
a résumé workshop with the Career Development Center. We have been
the close of the semester. As a sorority, we have
keeping active in the local community, contributing to to the Bison Service
really found that philanthropy is a great means by
Challenge as we complete our community service hours for Chi Omega.
which to enforce sisterhood and remind ourselves
Additionally, we decided to support B.A.C.E.S., providing funds to educate
of what ADPi, and the Greek system holistically,
a child in the Dominican Republic, and we have been collecting money
stands for!
to donate to Hurricane Sandy relief causes as many of our sisters were
personally affected by the storm. Finally, we are ecstatic to have won Greek
Week 2012! Thanks to all of our sisters who made our win possible.
The brothers of Chi Phi have been quite busy recently. We have been doing
The brothers of Delta Upsilon doing their
rendition of “Gangnam Style” for Greek Sing.
community service at the Milton YMCA, Dreamcatcher Farms, the Dale Engle
Walker House, just to name a few. We are preparing for our annual ‘Wild Wild
West’ register, and we have hosted sorority dinners with the lovely ladies of
Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Alpha Theta and Kappa Kappa Gamma. We recently
held elections to determine who our executive board members will be for
the upcoming year and have selected none other than the diligent Davis
Gallinghouse to serve as our president next year. Chi Phi also has two
brothers recently elected to IFC, Spenser Frieri as the Recruitment Chair
and Charles Cole as the VP External. We also were in charge of initiating the
re-colonized chapter of Penn State Chi Phi. Our Special Olympics committee
has been fundraising for our Special O event this upcoming spring by selling
Pizza Phi vouchers and hosting a cash war in the LC. One of our juniors,
In early November, the brothers of Delta Upsilon
Bryan Richman, recently won a business start up competition hosted by
were happy to welcome our 17 newly initiated
Bucknell’s Small Business Development Center with his pitch for “Shared
members into our fraternity. We are excited for
Spark.” Yes, Chi Phi has been quite busy, serving the community and building
what they have to offer and are working hard to
the strong bonds of brotherhood that have made us so successful.
make plans for the future. We would like to also
congratulate our new president, Jeffrey Finegan.
He was installed a few weeks ago, and has many
plans for his year as president. We have also been
The Epsilon Beta chapter of Delta Gamma has been doing a lot of good this
service with Community Harvest and Habitat for
semester. On October 25th, we were happy to welcome 48 initiated new
members to our chapter. We also welcomed back alumni for a Homecoming
brunch on the suite. Concluding this semester, we will be hosting the second
annual Anchor Slam basketball tournament to raise money for our philanthropy,
Service or Sight, as well as the Blind Sports Organization. Additionally, we are
sponsoring an a cappella concert with Delta Upsilon and the proceeds will
go to Service for Sight, the Global Service Initiative and Community Harvest.
Finally, we had a very positive visit with our Collegiate Development
Consultant, Courtney.
very active this semester, doing a lot of community
Humanity. We also planned a philanthropy concert
with the sisters of Delta Gamma, where Bucknell
a capella groups came together to perform for
the campus as well as the community. We raised
money for the Global Service Initiative (out national
philanthropy), Service for Sight (Delta Gamma’s
national philanthropy) and Community Harvest (a
soup kitchen in Milton, Pa.). The event went very well
and we thank everyone who helped and supported
us. We also participated in Greek Week, where we
The sisters of Delta Gamma performing
at Greek Sing. They got first place for the
sororities. Chi Phi won for the fraternities.
placed second overall and were particularly proud
of our dance that Tom Kim organized to Gangnam
Style by Psy. We would also like to extend a huge
congratulations to Michael Maneri for getting
the position of Vice President Internal on the
Interfraternity Council Board. Dikaia Upotheke!
We the brothers of The Xi Kappa Chapter of Kappa
Kappa Delta Rho has been taking tremendous strides forward in these past
Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated will make generous
months as we initiated more members, competed in Greek Week, tackled our first
contributions to Orphans of Swaziland, IKARE Haiti
community service event, and finish furnishing our house! In the past month alone,
relief fund, St. Judes Hospital and the Susan G
we have taken in six new members through rolling bids, growing our ranks to
Komen Breast Cancer Awareness Fund. From a
a solid 21. We have many prospective members already interested in joining for
community service stand point we will establish and
spring rush too. While we are always focusing on recruitment, we still strive to be
maintained guide right initiatives at Meadow view
active within the Greek community and on campus. Even with a lot on our plate,
as well as conducted multiple clothing drives for
we still managed to excel beyond our expectations during Greek Week, placing
the 4 Bells Church in Millmont, Pennsylvania.
in the top tier for most events (and placing 2nd in the tug-of-war). Greek Sing of
course was a lot of fun, and the round of applause we received for our introduction
was truly appreciated and heartfelt. The very next week, we spread mulch at a
children’s center playground and plan on helping out there again very soon. In
The sisters of Kappa Alpha Theta have had two
other news, our house is finally receiving the final touches, as our alumni have
successful events in the past few weeks. They hosted
an event at Dwellings, a cute store located downtown
in Lewisburg. Ten percent of the proceeds were
donated to The American Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), a philanthropy that was
chosen by the chapter. They also hosted a faculty event
approved our “wish list.” Soon we will be installing a widescreen TV, a pool table,
surround sound and many more high-end commodities. Our elections are also
coming up soon; within the next week we will have a brand new executive board,
as our founding seniors begin to pass down the reigns. The rest of this semester
will be challenging as always, but we have the excitement of a new semester
(and new members) waiting just around the corner.
on campus. The sisters of Theta conversed with faculty
about current events, faculty research and life at
Bucknell. Currently, the women of Theta are working
closely with the brothers of Chi Phi to co-host Special
First, Kappa Sigma would like to congratulate the 31 newly initiated brothers
Olympics by doing fundraisers for the event in April.
on their official addition to the brotherhood. Along with the new brothers, Kappa
The women are excited to end the semester strongly.
Sigma successfully hosted its first official philanthropy event in over seven years,
presenting a haunted house open to students, faculty and members of the
Lewisburg community. The event raised over $300 and spooked well over 200
attendees at the house.
Our fall philanthropy event, Kappa Klassic, was a huge
A number of brothers have recently completed successful seasons with various
success! We raised over $2,000 to help fund a child’s
Bison athletic teams, including the golf and water polo teams. The chapter is
education through the BASA program and for our
proud of the achievements of its student athletes and continues to facilitate the
national philanthropy, Reading is Fundamental. We
integration of athletes into the Greek system. Furthermore, Kappa Sigma will be
will be hosting another philanthropy event, Kappasta,
unveiling another new philanthropy event in the coming weeks.
this month and hope to donate the money raised to
Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. In addition, we have
participated in numerous community service events
including making holiday cards for service men and
women. In other news, we have initiated our 46 new
members and are so happy to officially call them our
sisters! We are also in the process of electing new
officers to our executive board and are excited for our
new women to take on leadership positions. Kappa
Kappa Gamma wishes you all a happy and healthy
holiday season!
Lambda Chi Alpha had an excellent semester in fall 2012. The second annual
Watermelon Bust Saturday, September 29th, was extremely successful. Lambda
Chi rose over $1,800, with proceeds going to the Oregon Food Drive. The winning
sororities were: first place, Alpha Chi Omega seniors; second place, Kappa Kappa
Gamma; third place, Alpha Chi Omega sophomores. The chapter is also planning
to host an additional food drive for the fraternity’s national organization, the North
American Food Drive. Also, the chapter is celebrating its centennial anniversary
in 2013. Bucknell’s chapter is the tenth oldest Lambda Chi Alpha chapter and
was colonized in June 1913. Plans are currently being made to host a Centennial
Banquet in the spring of 2013.
As the 2012 fall semester comes to a close, the
brothers of Fiji look back on a successful semester.
This semester we have focused on our new pledge
class in order to build long-lasting relationships as
well as an appreciation for being a member of Phi
Gamma Delta. As Thanksgiving creeps up on us, we
Phi Kappa Psi’s new members Emerson Davis, Kirkwood
Tischler, Max Hommeyer, Kevin Keller, Sam Carey, and
Andy Manning look ready for Halloween!
will be collecting and donating food to be distributed
locally. Although with so many athletes and many
conflicting schedules, it is difficult to reach out to the
community as often as we would like. The brothers
October was another exciting month for the brothers of Phi Kappa Psi Penn
Gamma. Our 26 pledges were initiated into the brotherhood, and are keen
to continue to develop the strong brotherhood that we have fostered in recent
years. We have also had a month full of community service, including dozens
of Fiji do a great job at lending a helping hand when
they as much as possible. We are looking forward
to making a bigger difference in our community this
coming spring.
of brothers getting themselves involved in Community Harvest, a soup kitchen
that benefits the less fortunate around Lewisburg. The new members also
completed their community service project by helping clean up a local trail,
a job that they did so well that they were included in a Daily Item newspaper
Sigma Chi is happy to invite 20 potential new
article! Over homecoming the brothers of Penn Gamma hosted the first ever
brothers into our fine organization and bestow upon
alumni reception at the house, and it was great to connect with the brothers
them the high ideals of the Sigma Chi fraternity.
that returned for the weekend. November is shaping up to be a great month
They are a very diverse group of individuals, coming
for Penn Gamma as the new executive board elections are being held and
from New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, California and
brothers are taking on new responsibilities within the house.
everywhere in between. The potential new members
are a part of four varsity sports on campus: football,
water polo, baseball and the track and field team.
The brothers of Phi Kappa Psi support
the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
The brothers are very involved in community service
on campus and in the local area. Every week we
send brothers to the downtown cleanups where
they help pick up trash in downtown Lewisburg and
sort the recycling. Furthermore, Kappa members
are helping out in the community by helping kids
in a Sunday bowling league in Selinsgrove. We are
working in tandem with the Lewisburg community
to renovate a local sports field. By February 2013,
we plan on finishing the renovation of a community
baseball complex for children in Selinsgrove and the
surrounding area.
The brothers are happy to announce that they have
begun to plan this year’s Derby Days festivities. The
week will end with an Alumni Golf Outing on Friday,
April 12th. Any questions should be directed to our
Alumni Relations Board.
2012 TKE Reagan Run is underway!
The brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon in front of their house.
In October, Sig Eps participated in our third annual golf tournament, an alumni
The Beta Mu Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon has
philanthropy event for the fall. Proceeds from the event support YouthAIDS,
enjoyed a tremendous fall semester of 2012. We
a national non-profit organization dedicated to educating children about
successfully completed our 9th annual Reagan Run
HIV/AIDS. The event was a huge success. Over 75 alumni and active
on October 8th. The run consisted of a 180-mile
members participated.
relay from Lewisburg, Pa. to Washington D.C. that
In early November the new member class traveled to Pottsville, Pennsylvania
for an overnight leadership conference with other Sig Ep chapters in the
northeast. The program looked at the values of Sig Ep as a national fraternity
and focused on how the new members could implement these values within
our Pennsylvania Kappa Chapter. Also, the new members participated in
teambuilding activities and group presentations in order to reflect on personal
goals. The new members enjoyed being away for the weekend to bond as a
over 60 brother participated in. We have raised over
$23,000 for the American Alzheimer’s Association,
and we are still accepting donations through the
end of of the semester. We recently elected our new
executive board members, and we are excited to
see what the new leadership will do for the fraternity
with their terms officially starting in the spring.
class in a fun environment.
Phi Psi’s and other Greek students
help to close the Community
Garden for the season.
IFC Contacts
Hey everyone,
Jonathan Como (jbc027)
Michael Maneri (msm033)
Charles Cole (clc031)
Glen Morisano (gnm005)
Spencer Ivey (wsi001)
were responsible for is the election and transition of a new executive board.
Spenser Frieri (sff003)
I have been working this semester on advertising the elections and informing
COMMUNITY SERVICE Jeremy Van De Rijn (jvdr001)
As the end of the semester approaches, the IFC board looks back on a year
of hard work followed by a list of accomplishments. The final task that we
candidates of the mission of IFC.
I am proud to say that after a very competitive interview and voting process,
the 2013 Interfraternity Council executive board has been chosen. They will
Sean McCarthy (sfm010)
Nate Gleason (nmg013)
be appointed on Tuesday, November 27. The following is the list of the new
executive board:
David Gross (dbg006)
Alex Sandoval (ass007)
President – Jonathan Como
Vice President Internal – Michael Maneri
Vice President External – Charles Cole
Treasurer – Glen Morisano
Recruitment Chair – Spenser Frieri
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Stephanie Merenbach (sam050)
Secretary – Spencer Ivey
Community Service & Philanthropy Chair – Jeremy Van De Rijn
Alumni & Faculty Liaison – David Gross
GAMMA Chair – Nate Gleason
GAME Chair – Alex Sandoval
Special Events Chair – Sean McCarthy
I speak on behalf of the entire 2012 executive board when I say that we have
Maggie Collett (mmc026)
Kristen Romagnoli (kmr026)
Lexie Leone (amjl001)
Sarah Battle (sbb016)
Jasmine King (jbk020)
Ally Flessel (aef011)
complete confidence in the incoming officers. The high standards of a strong
work ethic and resolute responsibility will undoubtedly be continued. Further
strides will be made to benefit Bucknell University and the Greek community
for years to come.
Looking back on the past year as the Recruitment Chair and Vice President
Internal for the IFC, I can do nothing but feel proud to have been part of such
Alpha Chi Omega
Nicole Graham (nlg009)
Alpha Delta Pi
Hallie Wald (hsw009)
Chi Omega
Sarah Talbot (svt001)
a great group of leaders. I have learned about the importance of leaders on this
Chi Phi
campus and more importantly I learned about myself as one. Thank you to
Delta Gamma
everyone who has helped us this past year. I hope we have been the leaders
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc Mayron Yohannes (my013)
you all needed.
Delta Upsilon
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity
Bill Prendeville
Kappa Alpha Theta
Also, congratulations to the incoming Panhellenic executive board:
Davis Gallinghouse (dag027)
Alex Panzarino (amp025)
Jeffrey Finegan (jef030)
Donald Quarles (dpq001)
Kelsey Klopfer (kak030)
Kappa Delta Rho
Sviatoslav Lesko (lsrl012)
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Charlotte Marks (crm033)
President – Maggie Collett
Kappa Sigma
Executive Vice President – Stephanie Merenbach
Lambda Chi Alpha
Ben Shelley (bjs039)
VP of Administration – Kristen Romagnoli
Phi Gamma Delta
Sam Philip (swdp001)
VP of Recruitment – Lexie Leone
Phi Kappa Psi
VP of Recruitment Counselors – Sarah Battle
VP of Programming – Jasmine King
VP of Community Outreach – Ally Flessel
Sigma Chi
Sean Sharkey (sjs056)
Chet Otis (rco010)
Max Cooke (cmc046)
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Brandon Chick (blc024)
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Steve DeMiles (smd027)
Katrina Butt ’13

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