Monday kicked off the newly revamped Greek Week for Murray State fraternities and sororities.
Seventeen organizations collected cans for Needline of Murray Tuesday. These groups are part of College Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council and National Pan-Hellenic Council.
A total of 7,771 cans were collected for Needline, surpassing the original goal of 1,000.
Alpha Omicron Pi collected the most at 2,554 and won the stroll-off competition Tuesday night.
Pi Kappa Alpha was the top fraternity at the food drive with 1,050 cans collected.
Alpha Gamma Delta and Alpha Sigma Phi won Outstanding chapter adviser at All Greek Assembly.
Julia Hilkey of Sigma Sigma Sigma won outstanding sorority president and Greek Woman of the Year. Drew Filosa, Alpha Sigma Phi member, won outstanding president of the year.
Alpha Gamma Rho member Michael Dobbs was named Greek Man of the Year. Other awards were also presented at the assembly.
Greek Week ended Thursday with the all-Greek social event following step show.