Service Sorority Seeks Members (Demo)

Gamma Sigma Sigma, the national community service sorority on campus, will be holding recruitment week Feb. 1-8, with various events where students can learn more about the sorority.
Gamma Sigma Sigma states that they strive to “make an enormous impact on campuses and in communities nationwide, carrying on a tradition of Unity in Service while celebrating its golden milestone.”
They partner with organizations such as the American Red Cross, Alex’s Lemonade Stand, and Mother’s Against Drunk Driving.
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There will be an interest meeting on Feb. 1 in Flowe 110 at 6 p.m. and on Feb. 2 in Flowe 322 at 6 p.m. Information about how to join, membership and requirements will be distributed.
Two service events will also take place, such as Black History Month Trivia and making placemats, as well as a social event at Defy Gravity on Feb. 3 at 6 p.m.
These events will give prospective members a chance to bond and get to know each other before the Induction Ceremony on Feb. 8 at 6 p.m.
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During recruitment week, students interested in learning about the sorority or joining it will have the chance to attend interest meetings where they will find out information about how to join and how Gamma Sigma can impact not only their lives but the lives of others.
“The most exciting part is that it is going to be a challenge because we have gained a lot of new members and I would like to see how good my leadership skills are,” says President Deja Barber, a senior education major.
Before graduating in May, she has some plans for what she would like Gamma Sigma Sigma to accomplish.
“I would like us to try to help at least three different community organizations so we can grow our community involvement,” Barber says.   
Membership Vice President Akrutii’ Patel, a sophomore planned Recruitment Week, and is looking forward to bringing in new members.
“I am most excited for the new MIT’s [members in training] to have a great experience in the new service events and socials that we will be having,” says Patel.

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