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Collegiate Corner University of Central Arkansas

Indiana State University

A homecoming tradition

Parties add up to success

Beta Lambda Chapter is in the process of updating and renewing alumnae contact. Throughout the summer, letters were sent, and many responses were received concerning an interest in alumnae activities. A newly organized alumnae chapter has a steadily increasing membership. An alumnae tea was held to coincide with homecoming activities. The practice of a homecoming tea is a continuation of an old tradition of the previous Sigma Laurel Chapter. Since the onset of the fall semester Beta Lambda alums have been especially active. Many attended rush activities, while others have volunteered their services to participate on the newly formed advisory board. Keri Eldridge

Beta Upsilon Chapter had not just one successful rush event , but a com路 bination of parties that made this year's rush a success. Libby Sharp and Karen DeMumbrum worked many hours for this excellent rush . The first formal rush party had a "Wizard of Oz" theme . Cathy Waterman and Kathy Booth wrote a skit about Greek life and answered rushees' questions about joining a sorority. Two display tables featured Al:A items. The decorations were a backdrop of a huge rainbow , balloons and rainbow streamers covering the windows. Members were outfitted in white dressess with a red belt and red pumps. Open rush parties consisted of games and functions with fraternities, such as a chili supper with Sigma Phi Epsilon . Teresa Jackley

Henderston State College

Pledges pursue four aims

University of Arkansas-Monticello

The pledges of the Beta Mu Chapter had a very busy fall organizing their four aim projects. For their social project, they rented movies and made popcorn. Members and pledges divided up into two teams and played volleyball to achieve their physical aim. For their intellectual project, the pledges invited the president of the university to speak on the importance of Greeks on campus. The spiritual project was an address by a minister on the issue of morals for college women . Sandra Sanders

Homecoming tradition continues Homecoming is a special event for Gamma Zeta Chapter. New members and pledges get to know the older members and alumnae during the traditional tea party after the homecoming football game. Parents, alumnae, advisors , members and pledges all rave time to share their experiences with college life and activities. This year's homecoming party was extra special because it gave current members a chance to show off the recently redecorated sorority room .

next day, members and rushees celebrated everyone's birthday. The rushees were given gifts and the chapter took more pledges . Next was big-little sister week . The little sisters got presents , and at the end of the week, there was a special ceremony. Lisa Hamilton

East Stroudsburg University

A rush of memories The Gamma Rho Chapter is off to a great semester. Fall rush was successful, thanks to Ginger Lutz and Nicole Murphy, rush chairmen. The theme , "A Stroll Down Memory Lane ," was acted out by Ginger and Gina Dickinson, rP alumna . The sisters, while skimming through an Al:A scrapbook, described the special moments and happy memories of sorority membership. This was followed by a humorous skit that showed rushees Alpha Sig spirit during Greek Week , homecoming and the dance marathon . The induction of the fall pledge class was held on Oct. 5. Members are already planning for another great rush next spring . Gamma Rho is also contributing to the university athletic department during football games by greeting visitors , distributing programs, ushering fans and cleaning up. Tracey Burich and Stacey Simmers are coordinating the efforts of the 16 members involved. Kelly Comerford

Wanda Kulbeth

Concord College

Clarion University

Rush party at the beach

Pledges greeted with a song

The Beta Pi Chapter started off its fall rush with a beach party. Decorations were shells, palm trees and grass skirts . Members were attired in jams, tanks and sunglasses. Members also brought sorority memorabilia to show the rushees. As party favors, rushees were allowed to keep glasses with sorority letters . Robin Morris 16

WINTER 1988

The Gamma Omicron Chapter picked up its fall pledge class by singing and decorating doors of the pledges. Afterward there was a ribboning ceremony and celebration where everyone got to know each other and members put on sorority skits. At an open rush birthday party the

Gamma Rho members take a break in their busy schedules by building a pyramid outside a residence hall.

THE PHOENIX OF ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA

Profile for Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

Asa phoenix vol 72 no 2 winter 1988  

Asa phoenix vol 72 no 2 winter 1988