UVM Freshman Starting Multicultural Sorority Chapter

As an incoming student to the University of Vermont, Ebony Meyers was looking forward to joining a sorority. Looking into the Greek system, however, she found that the university was without a sorority that really appealed to her. For this reason, she is attempting to start a chapter of the national multi-cultural sorority, Mu Sigma Upsilon. Meyers is a first year student who grew up in the Bronx in New York City. She is a secondary education major. Her older brother and sister were both involved in multicultural Greek organizations that placed a considerable emphasis on “step,” and Meyers plans to make the rhythmic form of dance a central focus in UVM’s chapter of Mu Sigma Upsilon. The sorority will hold it’s first meeting on Saturday, March 10, in the C High Lounge at Living and Learning. The meeting will be an information session for anyone interested in learning more about Mu Sigma Upsilon. The minimum requirement is 5 members, and ten women joining will allow UVM to start a recognized chapter. Anyone is more than welcome to attend the meeting and find out more about this new sorority on campus.