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Alfred State: Greeks return to campus to reconnect


Little brothers and little sisters gathered for a photo during the Alfred State All Greek Reunion

ALFRED, NY, August 9, 2023 – Over eighty Greek alumni returned to Alfred State College recently to reminisce and reconnect during the college’s first All Greek Reunion.

The highlight of the weekend was a Greek Celebration held in the Central Dining Hall on Saturday evening. After alumni and guests enjoyed a buffet dinner, six of the Greek houses showcased how the five pillars of Greek life, scholarship, service, leadership, brotherhood and sisterhood, and growth, continue to guide each organization. Presentations were made by Alpha Beta Chi, Delta Chi Omega, Pi Nu Epsilon, Gamma Theta Gamma, Psi Delta Omega, and Kappa Sigma Epsilon.

“It was amazing to see the bond our alumni have to their Greek brothers and sisters,” stated Director of Alumni Relations Mary Perkins. “We had individuals fly in from California, Arizona, and Florida to join us for the event. These connections are so special, and I look forward to continuing to collaborate with our Greek alumni and other affinity groups to get them back on campus to reconnect with each other and to the college.”

Vice President of Institutional Advancement Danielle White echoed Perkins’ thoughts. “It was a magnificent event. It is always amazing to have alumni return to campus and hear their stories of their time at Alfred State. Special thanks to all those on the planning committee that worked hard to make this weekend a success.”

The weekend started on Friday night with a meet and greet at the Lake Lodge featuring the music of the Bowen Brothers. Saturday events included breakfast in the Allegany Room, visits to sorority and fraternity houses, and a tailgate event at Pioneer Stadium.

View pictures from the Greek Celebration in Central Dining Hall.

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