By Josh Floyd, Development Counselor
Where am I?
Delta Phi, Fitchburg State University
March 22, 2012
– If you follow Sigma Tau Gamma’s fan page on Facebook
, you might have recently seen a photo of the Delta Alpha Chapter and the UNCC Provisional Chapter visiting one another to perform the Initiation Ceremony together. It is great to see chapters help each other out.
This week, I am at Fitchburg State University. The men of this chapter often take time see other chapters also. They visit with the men of the Epsilon Theta Chapter at Plymouth State and started an annual Snow Bowl Football Game against the Epsilon Delta Chapter at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. Connecting with other Sig Tau Chapters is a great way to expand your brotherhood, focus on the ritual that links you, exchange ideas for social and philanthropy events, and learn ways to improve academic and leadership successes.
What if your chapter is a great distance from another Sig Tau Chapter? Try this activity
to learn more about chapters all around the country. With current technology, you can connect with chapters through Skype, Google Hangouts or other digital channels. You can also try finding a middle ground between your chapter and another, so the traveling distance won’t be as great.
The Delta Phi Chapter is preparing for Greek Week and its White Rose Formal. The chapter is also working on fundraising at Gillette Stadium (where the New England Patriots play), as well as NASCAR events. For more information on fundraising, check out the Finance Manual on the Chapter Management resource page
Josh Floyd, Gamma Chi ‘11
Pictured above is the Delta Phi and Epsilon Delta Chapters at their first Snow Bowl Football Game last year.