GREEK BRIEFS

Sigma Phi Episilon trains new members

Members of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity attended a new member camp last weekend to promote the organization’s ideology to pledges.

Twenty of the 22-member fall pledge class attended the camp, held in Fort Royal, Va. Alumni of the fraternity attended to teach pledges “what it’s like to be a SigEp,” said Kyle Galvin, who handles the fraternity’s publicity.

“It’s to get new members to become more aware of what the fraternity is all about,” said freshman Davis Herron, who attended the camp.

Beta Theta Pi wins excellence award

GW’s Beta Theta Pi fraternity chapter received a national achievement award for Greek-letter life, members recently announced.

The Zeta Nu chapter won the award for excelling in more than 20 areas, including alumni relations and philanthropy.

GW was one of 30 out of 126 chapters across the country to receive the honor.

-Bryn Lansdowne

Service sorority recruits

The Epsilon Sigma Alpha community service sorority will begin recruitment Monday. Interested students can attend information sessions from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the Mount Vernon Pub or 7 to 8:30 p.m. in Marvin Center room 310.

E-mail epsig@gwu.edu for more information.

-Julie Gordon

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