U Sciences Star Wars

Chapter News – May 2022

Check out some of the latest news shared by Pilam chapters on social media. Featured: San Fran, Indy, GVSU, Cincy, East Carolina, U Sciences, WVU, Drexel, VA Tech, and Adelphi, plus new brothers.

San Francisco State – Dangerous on the dance floor

Demonstrated their “shock and awe” dance moves in the Alpha Gamma Delta 2022 Lip Sync competition. Most were shocked, several were awed.

Indiana – Boasts the world’s greatest college weekend

Celebrated a pre-Indy 500 event billed as “the world’s greatest college weekend.” The Little 500 is the biggest collegiate bike race in the country, and Pilams socialized as advertised.

Grand Valley State – “OK Mr. Push Ups, let’s hear your story.” 

Hit the deck and counted off for the Elimination of Prejudice Foundation. Sgt. Hulka would be proud!

Cincinatti – Finding themselves

Using creative topics like, “brothers as SpongeBob characters,” “random things I love and hate” and “crimes I think every Pilam would commit” presented their ideas on personal growth.

East Carolina – Greenville Grid Cleanup

Joined the Greek community and Greenville City Council to keep the Greenville grid, a neighborhood north of the campus clean.

U Sciences – The force is strong in them

Had a little fun geeking out on Star Wars Day. May the Fourth be with you.

WVU – “We’d like to thank the academy, the IHQ, and the prolocutor…”

Won awards for chapter management and leadership development. Congrats!

Drexel – Tear down the wall!

Invited the Drexel community to pen their experiences with prejudice on a wall, then knocked the wall down. Pink Floyd approves.

VA Tech – Got their backs into it

Volunteered for a local church at VA Tech’s annual Big Event, a student run day of service.

Adelphi – Taking Greek Week

Took home the Greek Week title. Congrats gentlemen!

Spring ’22 New Members

Chapters shared their spring bounty of new brothers.


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