The Aerie, Yearbook of University of North Texas, 1990 Page: 215
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ence received information on the disease
and afterwards a free testing was offered.
Goals for the Alpha Phi Alphas were
many. "Our goals this year were mainly to
stay active in our community and school
service," said Humphrey, "to increase our
service projects, to be more productive in
our school work and to make a bigger impact
through each year."
Humphrey also said the year had been a
success because of brotherhood. "All of us
working together to complete the task, rec-
ognizing what we have to do and going out
and doing it."
Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity came onto
campus in 1972 followed by Phi Beta Sigma
fraternity in 1973. In 1976 another sorority
was added to campus, Pi Beta Phi.
This past year the Pi Beta Phis had been
sponsoring the women's shelter in Denton.
At one meeting each sorority member had to
bring a toiletry item to be admitted to the
meeting. All collected items were then don-
ated to the shelter.
The ladies had a canned food drive at
Christmas and a balloon sale at Valentine's
Other philanthropy projects included an
arts and crafts sale that profited the Arrow-
mont school in Tennessee which was found-
ed by Pi Beta Phi.
The Pi Beta Phis also spent time writing
to "Rusty", a little boy in Georgia who had
cancer. He wanted to get into the Guinness
Book of World Records for receiving the
Pi Beta Phi President Amy Gaynor said
that while good grades were always a goal,
they also wanted to increase their philan-
thropy projects and get their members more
involved in the campus.
"This year was a success because we have
been able to achieve some of our goals,"
Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity came onto
campus in 1985, followed by Sigma Alpha
Epsilon fraternity in 1988.
In the fall the Sigma Alpha Epsilons held
their own olympic games. That was their Big
Brother/Little Brother Olympics. The event
was meant to build intrafraternity unity and
some events included tug of war, an egg toss,
and frisbee golf.
At Halloween the Sigma Alpha Epsilons
helped out at an elementary school carnival.
They ran booths and helped the kids win at
games. "The school principal was in the
dunking booth and sometimes when the kids
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