Mount Union College Holds Annual Greek Awards Ceremony
April 15, 2010
Seniors Carolyn L. Kent of Dublin, and Thomas M. Morgan of Uniontown were named Greek Woman and Man of the Year at Mount Union College's annual Greek Awards Ceremony, held April 23 in the Mount Union Theatre.
Greek Woman of the Year, Carolyn L. Kent and Greek Man of the Year, Thomas M. Morgan pose with their plaques.
Mount Union College President Jack Ewing spoke to the students, encouraging them to continue to make a difference in the lives of others.
Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Xi Delta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Sigma Nu received the Gold Chapter Excellence Award. Alpha Sigma Alpha, Alpha Tau Omega and Delta Sigma Tau received the Bronze Chapter Excellence Award.
Carl Orwick, advisor to Alpha Tau Omega, received the Advisor of the Year Award. Katie Dillon of Homeworth and Vincent Ilacqua of Willoughby received the Fraternal Values Award.
The Highest Chapter GPA Award went to Alpha Chi Omega and Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Alpha Chi Omega and Phi Kappa Tau received the Most Improved Chapter GPA Award. The Highest New Member Class GPA Award went to Alpha Xi Delta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
The Campus and Community Service Award went to Alpha Delta Pi and Alpha Tau Omega. This award recognizes a fraternity and sorority for hands-on service to Mount Union College and the Alliance community.
Ryan Schreiber, a junior from Valley View and president of Alpha Tau Omega, poses with Carl Orwick, advisor to the fraternity and recipient of the Advisor of the Year award.
Alpha Chi Omega and Sigma Alpha Epsilon won the Chapter Programming Award, which recognizes a fraternity and sorority for outstanding programming within the chapter and the Greek community during the past year. The Campus Leadership and Involvement Award went to Alpha Delta Pi and Sigma Nu. This award recognizes the fraternity and sorority whose members have been most involved outside of their own chapter.
The Recruitment Excellence Award, which recognizes a fraternity and sorority that demonstrate creative and effective recruiting techniques, went to Alpha Chi Omega and Sigma Nu. Alpha Delta Pi and Sigma Alpha Epsilon won the New Member Education Award. The Risk Management Award was awarded to Alpha Chi Omega and Sigma Nu. This award is given to a fraternity and sorority that demonstrate superior education and risk management policies and procedures.
President Jack Ewing spoke about making a difference in the lives of others.
The following members of the Alliance community served as judges for the awards: Harriet Clem, Art Garnes, Dixie Park and Don Peterson, III. The following administration and faculty members served as judges: Mark Blegen, Carol Canavan, Martin Horning, Harry Paidas, Jim Piatt and Pete Schneller. Judges serving from the staff include; Janet Barker, Karen Teal, Carol Wearstler, Sandy Vild, Joyce Neib, Debbie Retterer, Jeanne Fisher and Beth Slagle.