To keep our community safe, many of our beloved Homecoming traditions had to be put on pause. However, the Greek community participated in canned art, and even got to walk in a mini parade through campus. We also celebrated our many Greek leaders nominated for Homecoming Royalty. Carmen Miller of Alpha Sigma Alpha and Kirayle Jones of Sigma Tau Gamma were named Homecoming Queen and King.
Panhellenic Council virtually hosted Tina Vansteenbergen, a public speaker dedicated to empowering women. Our Panhellenic community discussed mental health, stress management, COVID-19 and leaning on sisters for support.
Click here to find out more about Tina.
While activities have looked a little different this year, students were still able to explore organizations and get involved on campus in a safe way. With virtual meetings, social distancing and frequent sanitation, Greek Life and other student organizations were still able to function and make a difference on our campus.
Alpha Sigma Alpha
Communication: Public Relations
Punt plans to work on communication and trust by building a strong relationship with the chapter presidents, having open discussions about diversity and inclusion and creating a plan to increase engagement with non-Greek students.
Previously held positions: Chapter President, Panhellenic Delegate, Overall Homecoming Co-Chair, Assistant to the Vice President of Membership Education and a member of the Standards Board