Greek Community Shows Off Their Dance Skills at Elon University’s Greek Week Dance

By Megan Wanner

First place winners Sigma Kappa dance to their island theme.

First place winners Sigma Kappa dance to their island theme.

The Elon University Greek community as well as non-Greek supporters gathered Wednesday April 22 to watch the fraternities and sororities show off their dance skills at the 2009 Annual Greek Week Dance.

The winners of the Greek Week Dance were the fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon and sorority Sigma Kappa.  Coming in second place were  the National Pan-Hellenic Council and sorority Alpha Xi Delta and in third place were the fraternity Sigma Chi and sorority Alpha Omicron Pi. 

Elon University is home to 23 Greek organizations, eight NPHC organizations, seven Interfraternity Council organizations and eight Panhellenic Council organizations. 

Among the NPHC organizations are the fraternities Alpha Phi Alpha, Phi Beta Sigma, Omega Psi Phi and Kappa Alpha Psi and the sororities Sigma Gamma Rho, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Sigma Phi Beta and Delta Sigma Theta.  The Interfraternity Council organizations include Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Lambda Chi Alpha, Kappa Sigma, Sigma Chi and Sigma Pi.  The Panhellenic Council organizations include Sigma Kappa, Phi Mu, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Chi Omega, Zeta Tau Alpha and Delta Delta Delta.

Watch Tri Delta perform their shipwrecked themed dance:

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One response to “Greek Community Shows Off Their Dance Skills at Elon University’s Greek Week Dance

  1. First, it is nice to see that you covered this important community event – GREAT!

    Did you get any video? When multiplatform reporters think about how to do a story the right way they consider the optimal tools for each task. This screams out VIDEO! It is a disappointment to your audience if there is no clip. If you didn’t shoot it, do you know someone who did?

    The photo needs a crop – the entire top half is useless.

    You should provide links to the Greek org sites – at least the winners – if they have local sites.

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