The Aerie, Yearbook of University of North Texas, 1990 Page: 201
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"Our concern was to get the American stu-
dents involved in what the international
students are doing," said Kelly Henson, Al-
pha Delta Pi.
They also participated in the Health Fair
in April, which was designed to help educate
the community about prominent health con-
One of their main goals was to try to get
the non-greeks on campus to understand the
The Alpha Delta Pis won several awards
at their state convention, some of which
were the Hospitality award for being the
most hospitable chapter of Alpha Delta Pi,
an award for activating the highest percent-
age of pledges and an award for keeping the
best financial records. Henson deemed this a
great year because, "We had great pledges."
The Kappa Alpha Order also had a long
list of service projects in the 1989-90 aca-
demic year. At the beginning of the semes-
ter the men of Kappa Alpha participated in
the Golden Key National Honor Society's
"Best of America: Just Say No To Drugs"
activities. They sponsored a Drug Free foot-
ball game during which Kappa Alpha gave
away ten footballs autographed by the NT
team to lucky football fans. The men also
made a sign that was displayed on campus
to help promote the cause.
Kappa Alpha also cleaned up the Lake
Lewisville waterfront in coordination with
the Army Corps of Engineers.
The Kappa Alphas participated in a hock-
ey game with the Lambda Chi Alpha frater-
nity, which helped them to raise $1600 for
the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Other activities the Kappa Alphas did this
year were the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resis-
tance Education) haunted house, Denton
State School Halloween Carnival, and they
helped with the "Taste of Denton" basket-
The Kappa Alphas received the Spirit
award at Homecoming for their float which
was done with the ladies Alpha Delta Pi.
Mike Richardson, Kappa Alpha president,
said "This had been a successful year be-
cause of our increase in community service,
our increase in academics and because our
brotherhood has been more united than be-
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During the Greek Week competi r
of the Eta team test their
skills. Those comprising the
Delta Zetas, Sigma Nus and
Photo by Daniel Gibson
In the limelight, Joe Terrell (center), Rich Cass
(right) and a fraternity member participate in the
Eagle Escapades. The Sigma Nus took second
place with Working. Photo by Melissa Polm
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