New monthly recognition for Greek students

by rcnewsblog on March 22, 2013

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Attention Greek students. Nominate a friend for outstanding achievements in a Greek organization at Roanoke College.

The Greek Woman of the Month and the Greek Man of the Month are new campus programs that recognize students who are involved in Greek life.

Each month, sorority and fraternity members nominate a member of their organization who is a dedicated student, loyal member, talented athlete, or a key participant in extracurricular activities.

The Panhellenic Council and the InterFraternity Council vote on the final winners. Each is announced in the campus-wide daily email, which is sent to faculty, students and staff.

Also, the winners’ pictures are displayed in the Colket Center during the first week of the month.

In February, Shana Hensley of Alpha Sigma Alpha and A.J. Bernstein of the Kappa Alpha Order were chosen as Greek Woman and Man of the Month.

Hensley, a senior from North Carolina, is described as a dedicated and loyal student, and she will graduate in May with a major in biology and a concentration in health care delivery.

Bernstein, a junior from Tennessee, is a member of Roanoke’s Cross Country and Track & Field teams, and he has been named to the College’s Dean’s List and President’s List. Within KA, Bernstein serves as historian.

For more information, visit the Panhellenic and InterFraternity Council web pages.

-By Morgan Conroy ’14

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