It's All Greek To Me
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Sigma Sigma Sigma
The ladies of Sigma Sigma Sigma celebrate Bid Day with their new
members. Front row (laying): Stephanie Hackney. Second
row (kneeling): Nicole Hensley, Jessie Caine, Ashley Thomas, Angie
Herring, Leslie Allen and Brittaney Miller. Back row: Hannah
Hackney, Scott Allison Richardson, Hayley Norris, Nicci Norton,
Emily Barnett, Amanda Couch, Dona McLain and Danielle Kloap.
Sorority Recruitment Results
Sixteen women went all the way through sorority
recruitment this year at the University of Arkansas at Monticello.
After the preferential teas concluded Sept. 7, advisers
and alumnae of Alpha Sigma Alpha, Alpha Sigma Tau and Sigma Sigma Sigma
gathered in the John F. Gibson University Center to bid match.
Bid matching ended after 1 a.m. The advisers and
alumnae cannot tell their sororities which women they picked. They can
only tell them how many new members they get.
The three sororities gathered in the U.C. Green Room
Saturday, Sept. 8 for Bid Day. A lot of singing, chanting and yelling
took place while the sororities waited to receive their new
of Alpha Sigma Alpha
New Members -
Alpha Sigma Alpha gave bids to (left to right) Britney Bradshaw,
Ashley Reese, Megan Engelerth and Laura Ramos.
The new members, after accepting their bid, walked out of
the House Room and ran to their new sisters.
Alpha Sigma Alpha accepted four new women: Ashley Reese, Laura Ramos,
Megan Engelerth and Britney Bradshaw, into
Alpha Sigma Tau gained six new sisters: Nikki Henry, Julianne Ford,
Lindsey White, Mallory Cox, Sandy Herring and Shainna Hines.
Sigma Sigma Sigma welcomed six new sisters, Leslie Allen, Emily Barnett,
Jessie Caine, Angie Herring, Brittaney Miller and Ashley Thomas, into
If you missed recruitment, but still want to join a sorority, informal interest meetings
will take place throughout the semester.
Congratulations to all three sororities on their success during Formal
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