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Phi Mu’s successful semester

13 May 2013 By Thomas Martinson, Staff Writer No Comments

The sorority Phi Mu, whose goals are strong sisterhood and children’s philanthropy with Johns Hopkins Hospital, was recently awarded by Greek life for all the work they have done this past school year.

Phi Mu sister Kelsey Rock was awarded Greek Council President of the Year for her work with the Panhellenic Association, a group of 10 different sorority chapters on campus.

“I am very excited and honored for the award,” Rock said. “I kept good relationships with all the [Greek] presidents, made sure I was respected among them and did what I needed to make them happy.”

Rock’s biggest responsibility was to represent her sorority and Towson Greek Life as a whole in a positive way.

“I also worked with Circle of Sisterhood,” Rock said. “It’s a cause started by a sorority woman which helps girls in third world countries get an education. Every girl who goes through our recruitments and is accepted into our sorority, a $5 donation goes towards that cause.”

Phi Mu also won two other awards for Chapter Assessment and Executive Board.

The Executive Board of the Year Award shows the hard work the sorority has done by organizing its sisters to go personal sorority events as well as other campus events and completing their study hours.

The Chapter Assessment Award showed that Phi Mu behaved correctly on campus by not receiving any probations and consistently remaining on good terms for the school year. They also accumulated points by supporting other groups and their campus involvement.

Currently Phi Mu has 113 sisters in its chapter.

 


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