Phi Mu wins chapter of the year
Towson’s Phi Mu, Phi Theta chapter was recently crowned Towson’s best sorority chapter, and they have high expectations for the future, Campus Activities Chair Meghan Nash said.
“[Joining] was most definitely the best decision of my life,” Nash said. “We prided ourselves in being involved with our philanthropy, Children’s Miracle Network. Every girl in our sorority generally cares and is aware of our main purpose of giving back.”
Phi Mu earned the title of “best sorority chapter” from their high attendance rate at various Greek Life events.
Phi Mu also was honored for being involved in other organizations geared toward each girl’s specific major.
Phi Mu is known to the members as their home away from home, and as a strong, well-built sisterhood, sophomore Jess Beer said.
“Being that I am from Florida, I have never felt so welcomed before by a group of girls,” Beer said. “I’m so proud to call each and every one of them my sister and I know they will be there for me whenever I need them.”
Megan Hancheruk, the public relations chair of Phi Mu said the sisters have plans to build Phi Mu as an organization for years to come.
“Phield Day” will be an event for all the girls to participate in any field event they can think of.
“This was extremely well-deserved and I couldn’t be more proud to be a part of this group of girls,” Hancheruk, said.
“My job is to maintain Phi Mu’s image and let others know what were doing.”
They will also host their annual, “Phi Mu Lion King” next semester.
The Phi Mu Lion King invites all organizations and money will be donated to their philanthropy.
This summer Phi Mu will also attend a national leadership conference to learn other techniques from other Phi Mu chapters around the country.