Fraternities, sororities form teams for Greek Week 2018


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Students dance as part of the Mock Rock performance with Sigma Sigma Sigma and Tau Kappa Epsilon during Greek Week at McGuirk Arena on April 7.

Fraternities and sororities have paired into teams for Greek Week 2018, which will begin March 26 and will raise money for two philanthropies. 

Greek Week is a fundraising event in which fraternity and sorority chapters are grouped into teams to earn points through various activities and events, such as a mock rock competition, and raise money for philanthropies. The two philanthropies for Greek Week 2018 will be selected through a voting process and will be announced Dec. 8. 

Representatives from the chapters clicked a button to spin a wheel electronically and create the pairings. Interfraternity Council (IFC) chapter members spun the wheel to determine their Central Michigan University Panhellenic Council (CPC) sorority pairings. The order of the drawing was based on fraternity chapters’ spring 2017 GPAs. 

Eight National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) chapters are also participating in Greek Week. The five fraternities that were not matched with NPHC chapters last year were matched with them this year. The other three fraternities that were matched with NPHC chapters were the fraternities with the highest GPAs. 

These are the pairings for Greek Week 2018:

Beta Theta Pi, Delta Zeta and Phi Beta Sigma

Sigma Pi, Alpha Chi Omega and Omega Psi Phi

Phi Delta Theta, Phi Mu and Alpha Phi Alpha

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Zeta Tau Alpha and Kappa Alpha Psi

Kappa Sigma and Alpha Sigma Tau 

Sigma Chi, Alpha Sigma Alpha and Sigma Lambda Gamma

Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Kappa and Sigma Gamma Rho

Phi Sigma Phi, Alpha Gamma Delta and Delta Sigma Theta

Alpha Sigma Phi, Phi Sigma Sigma and Zeta Phi Beta

Sigma Tau Gamma and Delta Phi Epsilon

Chi Phi and Sigma Sigma Sigma

Greek Week raised $83,500 for the Isabella County Child Advocacy Center and the Kristy Malter Memorial Fund in 2017, $67,577 for the Derrick Nash Strong Foundation in 2016 and $50,047 for the Keisha Y. Brown Angel Wings Fund in 2015. 

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