Best Fraternity on Campus: Sigma Nu
Sigma Nu Fraternity was voted best fraternity on campus. They joined Arkansas Greek Life in 1904 as the Gamma Upsilon Chapter.
Their chapter ranks among the top five Sigma Nu fraternities in the nation. Sigma Nu is known as one of the only fraternities founded on the opposition of hazing. Since being founded at Arkansas in 1904, the chapter has grown to 174 active members and 10 spring candidates. In the fall they initiated 50 candidates and during spring recruitment all of their bids were accepted.
Sigma Nu prides themselves in leading their members to a higher standard in academics, service to their community and excelling in Greek events on campus.
On April 28, the chapter will kick off their annual powder-puff football tournament on campus. All the proceeds will go to the Battered Women’s Shelter of Fayetteville.
“Within the last year we have won the GAMMA[Greeks Advocating the Mature Management of Alcohol] award, Langston Cabaniss won outstanding NGC delegate, Grant Adams won outstanding NGC officer and Jacob Bray was named outstanding junior of the Walton accounting department” said Chapter President, Alan Matthews.
The chapter encourages their members to be active in Greek Life on campus, succeed academically and be involved in RSOs on campus.