University of Michigan - Michiganensian Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)

 - Class of 1995

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University of Michigan - Michiganensian Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI) online yearbook collection, 1995 Edition, Page 291 of 426
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Celebrating Vince ' s twenty-first birthday at Good Time Charlies, the Phi Psi seniors help their new " of-age " brother partake in the usual festivities. Such ritual birthday celebrations were common among students just turning 21 and their friends. Photo courtesy of Phi Kappa Psi Activities: -Formal in Toronto Snipe hunting -Beer Relays -FUBAR -Paintball -Whirlybird The Phi Psi seniors take time to chill out at Mitch ' s Bar and Grille following a tough week of classes. There was nothing better than a trip to the bar for a bunch of seniors looking for a place to relax and to have good time. Photo courtesy of Phi Kappa Psi " Dah! He will not be cool yet. " -unknown The senior brothers of Phi Kappa Psi: FRONT ROW: Matt Kassan, Tibor Juhasz SECOND: Mike Naranjo, Raj Singhad THIRD: Brent Campbell, Vince Roldan, Bill Matt FOURTH: John Black, Adam Gam Not Pictured: Jon Fish Photo by Chip Peterson Greeks 285

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KAPPA Tryin a few paragq Kappa Psi h; in the pages c) than the image an Phi Psi is the four years of good times into n ng task. In the past, Phi d { hilanjthrfipies and other good deeds hij ;aneiisixn. But Phi Psi is much more ey represent to the community, parties, and the brotherhood events. In short, when the graduating seniors are old men reflecting on their youth, it will be the outrageous times that they will want to remember. Starting as naive, aimless freshmen arriving in Ann Arbor the stittfents Jcave-as gwrfled veterans about to embark on vastly diffen nt separate backgi ou City.Californi; ,K Emirates. The 1 shared four yeai s o Each of the brothers come from New England suburbia, New York d the sands of the United Arab sunified group of men who have No one knows what lies in the future, but trfey all remerfibe.1 1 thi- ast. The following phrases will serve as reminders of the good, the bad, and of course, the ugly: Keg raids and drunken mornings; Samaritans party; Kidnapping and car chases; The BUB Club; Sabotage at Embalmer ' s 1 Dan Gilbert, Bill, Van G stadium; Cow s insanity; Nicknames- , the Dark One, FF, Wild irvana; Pissing on OSU apillione; Sketching; Light- ning quick hands; Enc les i chapters; Snowbowl; Mudslide at 1811; Paintball; Chie : R xka; Bark Like a Dog; $1.25; The Markley Fiasco; GrtmacoTfamous sayings of the Sausage King; Hockey championship; Rioting on South U.; Cancun; Shaka; Amici... By Matt Kassan - Member 284 Greeks !



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SIGMA KAPPA The Alpha Mu chapter of Sigma Kappa had another re ward ing year, filled with fun, sisterhood, philanthropy, and achievement. The sisters of Sigma Kappa attributed their overall success to their diverse backgrounds and interests. The Sigma Kappas began their year with a successful fall rush that included a new Mardi Gras theme for third prs xThispYpripTTrpiwa ; enhanced by authentic beaded necklaces roc aW active kisters and decorations from the Southern Unrted jkates. Through this process, the active members wereNp oud to welcome 47 outgoing and enthusiastic women into their sorority on Bid Day. (embers ' g cndars were filled with date parties as di verse y the women thy mselves. In November, the sisters donned their flannels and filled their botas for the annual Barn Dance. In December, the house members and their dates were bused to the Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit to see the Detroit Pistons play the Phoenix Suns. Then, the evening after initiation, the Sigma Kappas celebrated in satin and sequifisvpt t wir Wtptgi ' -formal, which was held at the Traverse Poi Thr road rally sist ;rh Sis Lil Sis community nursing hi the year, the women coordinated a yent, as well as a scavenger hunt on Big sisters were also active in the d patients at the Glacier Hills g program in the house, and helped senior citizens with fall chores. The members were also active outside of their sorority, holding leadership positions in the Panhellenic Association, the Michigan Student Assembly, and UAC. Other members joined the Glee Club, the crew team, and worked on the University ' s student publications. With their remaining time, the sisters managed to maintain a 3.12 GPA. It was a very memorable year for the Sigma Kappas. The good times were characterized by new and fun activities, memories, and friendships. A new group of pledges were intiated and a hard-working group of seniors left, thus continuing the chain of excellence that is Sigma Kappa Lynn Kaynermember 286 Greeks ' v iiwt

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