On Monday, JMU’s entire Greek community came together to put on an event to benefit The Arc of Harrisonburg.
Greek Sing is an annual event that every fraternity and sorority on JMU’s campus participates in. Sororities and fraternities utilize their members to put together props, a synchronized “hands” routine accompanied with a dance routine to compliment the theme of their own choosing.
For the fraternities, Theta Chi won best props with their Lost-inspired theme featuring an airplane they built for their set.
For the sororities, a two-way tie between Alpha Sigma Alpha’s “Night at The Museum” and Alpha Delta Pi’s James Bond-inspired, “the morning after Greek Sing,” took home the title of “best props.”
ASA won an additional recognition for “best hands” which tied with Delta Gamma’s hands routine for their JMU witch-themed routine. As for the fraternities, Alpha Sigma Phi’s “Holes” took home the title of best hands.
As for dance, the newly chartered Phi Kappa Psi took home the gold for their “Evolution of Justin Timberlake” dance and for sororities, Sigma Kappa’s VMA inspired routine took the recognition.
Overall for fraternities, Phi Kappa Psi took home third, Delta Upsilon second and first place went to Alpha Sigma Phi.
For sororities, the coveted titles went to Kappa Alpha Theta placing third for their “Journey to The Center of The Earth” theme, second to Alpha Sigma Tau for their “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” theme, and last but not least, Sigma Kappa with first overall for their VMA performance.
Check out the winning performances by clicking on the links below!