Homecoming Sweepstakes winner announced

By Amanda Alfanos, Editor-in-Chief

Eleven student organizations participated in Homecoming competitions this year. The Phi Gamma Delta colony only competed in the participation competition, which is separate from Homecoming Sweepstakes.

Kourtni Beebe, acting senior, performs during Gamma Phi Beta’s Lip Sync on Nov. 5 in Abe Lemons Arena in Henry J. Freede Wellness and Activity Center. Gamma Phi Beta won the Lip Sync portion of Homecoming.

Winners of each Homecoming Sweepstakes category are as follows:

•Participation:
Gamma Phi Beta sorority

•Most Whited-Out Organization:
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity

•Float:
First-Kappa Sigma fraternity,Gamma Phi Beta sorority
Second-Alpha Phi sorority
Third-Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity

•Window:
First-Alpha Phi sorority
Second-Alpha Chi Omega sorority
Third-Kappa Sigma fraternity

•Banner:
First-Alpha Phi sorority
Second-Alpha Chi Omega sorority
Third-FIJI fraternity, Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity

•Lip Sync:
First-Gamma Phi Beta sorority
Second-Kappa Sigma fraternity
Third-Alpha Chi Omega sorority
People’s Choice-Kappa Sigma fraternity

•Sweepstakes:
First-Alpha Phi sorority
Second-Kappa Sigma fraternity
Third-Alpha Chi Omega sorority

3 comments
Alumni
Alumni

The Awards and Places are listed! The proof is in the Print!

Concerned OCU Student
Concerned OCU Student

I think that it kinda funny that picture chosen is of Gamma Phi Beta, when they did not place in the top 3 of the Sweepstakes. Don't get me wrong the ladies of Gamma Phi Beta were great, but give credit where credit is due. There is hardly any print on how the Alpha Phi's actually won homecoming.

thecampusonline
thecampusonline

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