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Sororities and fraternities perform 92nd annual Greek Sing

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Winners of this year’s Greek sing, Alpha Sigma Phi and Delta Zeta, take the stage with their trophy.

On the night of Nov. 11, Baldwin Wallace University sororities and fraternities performed in their annual Greek Sing concert.

This year, the Greek Sing concert marked its 92nd year at the Berea Midpark Middle School Auditorium. Each year, the variety of performances from the different sororities and fraternities keep on progressing and highlights each organization.

Every year, after every sorority and fraternity performs, one fraternity and one sorority are showcased as the annual Greek Sing winners. For 2023, the sorority Delta Zeta and the fraternity Alpha Sigma Phi took home first place overall.

President of Alpha Gamma Delta, Audrey Gerry, said Greek Sing helps her connect closely to her fellow sorority members.

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“Greek Sing definitely helps us build relationships with each other, especially because some of our new members participated,” Gerry said. “They are not required to, but if they wanted to, we absolutely love to have them, and that is really amazing to get to know the newest members of Alpha Gamma Delta even more.”

When preparing for Greek Sing, challenges come along the way for many of the Greek Life organizations. For some, the struggle of finding a time to practice so that everyone can participate is a key issue. However, when they all come together, they create long lasting memories and have fun while doing it.

“We have a lot of fun with it and we try not to take it too seriously,” Gerry said. “Although, the partnership with the fraternities can sometimes be a challenge, but not anything that we cannot handle.”

For Greek Sing, different sororities and fraternities pair up with one another to create an award-winning performance and take the winning trophy home.

After these many performances, students within Greek Life will find themselves starting to hang out with the many other students in different sororities and fraternities because this one-night molds them into one huge organization that has fun and gives back to the community.

“I feel like a lot of times you see the same people from certain chapters just because some people are more involved than other,” Gerry said. “So with this, it is really nice to see and get to know everyone on a deeper level because you are spending so much time with them.”

Lindsey Lach, senior member of Alpha Gamma Delta said that even though this is her first year in Greek Sing, she has met wonderful people in the many different chapters and created an even stronger bond within her own.

“My sorority is already really close with each other,” Lach said. “We already do a lot of events together, but Greek Sing made it more fun because it did not matter if you were good at dancing or not. We all kind of goofed around, made jokes, and laughed at stuff. These are the memories that will last forever within our chapter.”

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