Mount Union College Honors Outstanding Greek Seniors

April 15, 2010

Brittany Mirizio of West Middlesex, PA and Alexander Darr of Port Clinton were named Outstanding Senior Sorority Woman and Outstanding Senior Fraternity Man respectively at Mount Union College's annual Greek Awards ceremony.

Mirizio is a member of the Gamma Theta Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi, where she has served as formal recruitment chair and vice president of recruitment. An early childhood education major, she has also served as a member of the Mount Union College Dance Team and Kappa Delta Pi education honorary, as well as appearing on the Dean's List.

A member of the Ohio Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Darr has served as president, Interfraternity Council representative and chaplain, as well as holding leadership positions in new member education, philanthropy, alumni relations and community relations. He is the recipient of a number of awards from the national fraternity including the Archibold Community Service Scholarship, Chapter Achievement Award and the True Gentleman Scholarship. The political science major is also a three-time varsity letterwinner in men's swimming and an Eagle Scout who has appeared on the Dean's List.

Individual honors were also given to Alpha Chi Omega's Kristin Pavicic, a senior middle childhood education major from Euclid Ohio, who was honored as Outstanding Chapter President, and Danielle Haenel, a senior psychology major from Union City, PA, who was recognized as the Outstanding Governing Board Officer. Mirizio, Phi Kappa Tau's Kinsey McInturf, a senior biology major from Ada, and Alpha Xi Delta's Katherine Weaver, a senior history major from Perry, were awarded for Fraternal Values.

Roy Clunk '77, advisor of Phi Kappa Tau, was honored as Advisor of the Year and Katherine Carnell, director of student involvement and leadership was named Outstanding Administrator.

Earning Chapter Excellence Awards during the ceremony were gold level achievers Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi and Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Alpha Xi Delta earned bronze status with academic honors and Delta Sigma Tau and Alpha Tau Omega were awarded bronze status.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Alpha Xi Delta were honored for highest GPA status. Sigma Alpha Epsilon was also recognized for having the most improved chapter GPA. Highest new member GPA recognition went to Phi Kappa Tau and Alpha Xi Delta.

Alpha Chi Omega also was honored for campus leadership and involvement, recruitment excellence and risk management. Alpha Delta Pi garnered recognition for campus and community service, chapter programs, new member education and alumnae relations. Alpha Tau Omega earned honors for recruitment excellence and risk management and Delta Sigma Tau was cited as the Overall Most Improved Chapter. Sigma Alpha Epsilon was awarded for campus and community service, campus leadership and involvement, chapter programs, new member education and alumni relations.

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