Men and women from Murray State’s Greek community gathered in the large ballroom in the Curris Center on Tuesday night for the semiannual All-Greek Assembly.
The assembly highlights achievements from the different Greek organizations.
Jason Hinson-Nolen, interim Greek Life Coordinator, revamped the program this year to reduce the time of new member introduction and changed the attire from formal to more informal. Attendees wore letter shirts and jeans compared to the usual badge attire.
All new members to the University’s Greek community were announced through a 22-minute video displaying their picture. He said the video was a faster and more productive way of introducing the new members to rest of the Greek community.
Alpha Kappa Alpha and Sigma Phi Epsilon received the President’s Cup for Academics and Alpha Sigma Alpha and Alpha Sigma Phi received the President’s Cup for Athletics.
There were 73 Greek members who received recognitions for obtaining a 4.0 GPA.
Greek Week champions were Alpha Delta Pi.
At the end of the assembly all of the Greek organization members took a panoramic picture to reach out to all of the Greek members who are currently fighting battles that keep them from being active on campus.
The Spring All-Greek Assembly will announce the winner of several programs such as new membership education, community service, philanthropic chapter and chapter of year. The Greek man and woman of the year are also announced at the Spring All-Greek Assembly.
For more information on Greek organizations contact Hinson-Nolen at 809-6953.