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Z$B Zeta Phi Beta was founded in 1920, as a Sister Sorority to Phi Beta Sigma on the campus of Howard University in Wash- ington, D.C. Zeta was founded in 1981 at Florida State University. The Sorority ' s precepts are Sisterly Love, Scholastic Achievement and Community Service. 1987 was a Banner Year for our So- rority: — This year we walked 1 1 miles for the March of Dimes and were suc- cessful in raising sufficient funds to be recognized Patrons. — We sponsored a meal for the Terra House of Tallahassee, which helps feed many wives and children of prison inmates. These dependents would otherwise normally go hun- gry. In addition, we donated sev- eral boxes of clothing which also helped. Zeta was the proud sponsor of the American Red Cross canned food drive. We donated to the Salvation Army and helped work to produce the Special Olympics. We extend our special gratitude to both Alpha Delta Pi and Lambda Chi Alpha for a successful Homecoming. $M 60 The Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Phi Mu Fraternity enjoyed another fun filled year in 1987-1988. Fall Rush was a great success this year, as Phi Mu ' s Lori Wilson was honored with the " Pledge of the Year Award. " The year included Rose and White formal honoring the pledges, Beach Bash, Hoedown, Christmas Pajama Party, and Carnation Ball. All of these ac- tivities create fantastic memories of the great year. The Phi Mu ' s made a generous contribution to their philan- thropy, Project Hope, with a Pancake Breakfast at the house. They also raised money for the Children s Mir- acle Network with a new Phi Mu tra- dition, a campus-wide softball tour- nament. The girls stay busy at F.S.U. with Lady Scalphunters, Student Govern- ment, Garnet and Gold Girls, Cheer- leading, Baccus, University Singers, Golden Key, dorm government, Gold Key, Student Alumni Foundation, and Seminole Ambassadors. The Phi Mu ' s are also very proud of their sister, Mia Devos, the feature twirler of this years Marching Chiefs.
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ws r J i f it il ■;fW P r i ;j ( AZ The 1987-1988 year for the Alpha Sigma Chapter of the Delta Zeta so- rority was one of breaking personal records. The Delta Zeta bi-annual na- tional convention awarded Alpha Sig- ma with the most coveted award, the See Lovine Cup, presented to the most improved Delta Zeta Chapter. Our activities on campus were also very successful in raising substantial funds for our philanthropy, Aid to the Speech and Hearing Impaired. The annual Delta Zeta 5k Run for Gal- laudet was held on our founder ' s day, October 24, and we aE celebrated that evening at our Rose and Diamond for- mal. The year was, of course, filled with fun, socials, and best of all, sisterhood. The sisters of Delta Zeta sorority would like to congratulate our grad- uating seniors and extend our warmest wishes to the rest of the graduating class. 0£ " h i - ' i tm ' wL lA IL Jj R4 w MP$ KKr Epsilon Zeta Chapter at Florida State has continued its tradition of excellence through 1986-1987. At our national convention, our chapter was awarded the most improved scholar- ship award for our province. Our fall was filled with fun including socials — Crush, Homecoming and our fall formal, Monmouth Duo, held with Pi Beta Phi. This spring Kappa will be introduc- ing " Brain Bash, " a Greek women ' s event to raise money for the F.S.U. general scholarship fund, our national philanthropy, Rose McGill fund, and to improve scholarship among Greek women. Kappa is involved in Lady Scalphunters, Student Government, Rho Lambda, Bat Girls, Gold Key, and several other campus activities. 59
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IIB Most people think that a University is a place to learn only English and Math, however, the actual learning experience comes from dealing with people and con- tinually striving for a variety of goals. This is why the best learning experience can take place in a sorority, especially a so- rority that displays its outstanding achievements in every facet of university life. Pi Beta Phi has always been a leader among the sororities at F.S.U. This is due to the tradition that has been in existence for 66 years. The active sisterhood follows the lead of the alumni who have been there before them. Aside from Student Government, Pi Phi is well represented in Gold Key, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Seminole Ambassadors, Scalphunters, Golden Girls, Cheerleaders, and the FSU Diving Team. In addition to these various on-campus activities, Pi Phi had an active social calendar. Included in this were the following: Homecoming with KA; socials with ATO, Sigma Chi, Pi Kappa Alpha, and Delta Tau Delta, our traditional Monmouth Duo with Kappa Kappa Gamma, Hayride and our spring formal " Beaus and Arrows. " Sigma Kappa Sorority would like to thank Florida State University for all the support we have received during our new beginning. We are very hap- py to be back on the F.S.U. campus and are enthusiastic about the upcom- ing Greek events such as Greek week, Derby Days and Line Dance. Sigma — K got off to a fantastic start during Homecoming week in which Alpha Chi Omega, Theta Chi and ourselves won the Homecoming social. We have also had much sup- port from Sigma Phi Epsilon with whom we had our first social. Our Lavender and Lace formal was a big success!! Along with those events, we also celebrated our founders day — November 9th. Our week of giving took place where we sold lollipops to raise money for our philanthropy, Alzheimers Disease, visited Forest Hills Retirement Home, and had a car wash along with our Alumni Tea. This is just the begin- ning! Look for the colors of lavender andmaroon on campus, because Sig- ma Kappa is back, and better than ever! 61
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