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Alpha Sigma Phi held interest meeting, no students attended

September 19, 2011

By Ashleigh Scarpinato, Staff Writer

National fraternity Alpha Sigma Phi visited Young Harris College in the Wilson Lecture Hall of Goolsby Center on Wed., Sept. 7. This interest meeting was the first national fraternity interest meeting of the year and was a way to gauge the level of student interest in the organization.

Matt Mumberger, a former member of Alpha Sigma Phi, was scheduled to present the fraternity to the YHC community, but not a single student attended the presentation.

Alpha Sigma Phi, founded on Dec. 6, 1845 at Yale University, came to speak to the local Greek organizations and other YHC students who have an interest in becoming a part of a national fraternity.

Mumberger was hoping to share with the YHC community the ways that Alpha Sigma Phi had impacted his life.  He remains involved with the fraternity in order to help future brothers have the experience that he had.

  1. MtnMama
    September 19, 2011 at 3:33 pm

    As a former (always!) Phi Delta….I hope the National Fraternities and Sororities don’t receive any interest from current YHC students.

  2. CH
    September 19, 2011 at 9:41 pm

    I’m glad that his fraternity is something he believes was a good part of his life, but every other school can keep those “opportunities.” Why doesn’t the school focus more on how to make the local, unique fraternities and sororities better? Why are they not getting the hint that this is something that is so important for Young Harris? And the nationals can just keep their traditions and high prices, and learn to respect what is already embedded in the history of YHC!

  3. Caitlyn
    September 19, 2011 at 11:30 pm

    I second that. Quit trying to change everything when it was perfect in the first place.
    -Gamma Psi Alum.

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