Greek Week took place April 2-April 7, 2018. A committee of fourteen students organized a week of events. The events included an educational speaker, mystery intramural sports, the VIP awards banquet, Greek God and Goddess, and Greek Jam. The week was a great opportunity for our 3,200+ students to come together and celebrate their community. During the week, the FSL community donated over 8,000 items to the Springfield community
Summer Reid, Greek Week Public Relations Chair shared, “Greek Week is important because it fosters relationships and team building. It also is a good opportunity for community engagement, as a variety of the events are focused on giving back to the Springfield community.”
Jacob Lagenfeld, Competitive Events Chair, says, “[Greek Week] helps bring people together and form lasting memories from their college experience. It is one of the most important weeks for FSL organizations as it is a culmination of months of hard work and planning.”
Most of the committee and FSL community shares that their favorite thing about Greek Week is Greek Jam. During this event, 50 members from every team competes in a large, eight minute dance number, choreographed by members from the chapter. It showcases each team’s individual theme and the remarkable talent our FSL members have.
2018 Greek Week Winner: Team 7-Sigma Kappa and Sigma Phi Epsilon
Congratulations to all the awesome teams for their hard work this week!