Feb. 2 ENMU Briefs

Sigma Chi wins Santa Cop challenge Sigma Chi Fraternity won a challenge to contribute the most food, money or toys to Operation: Santa Cop. The group topped competitors, other Greek organizations on campus, in all three categories. In early December, Portales Police Lt. Mark Cage and ENMU Police Chief Brad Mauldin issued the challenge. On […]

Sigma Chi fraternity celebrates 40th anniversary

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By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Celebrating the ties of brotherhood have brought members and alumni together this weekend to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Sigma Chi fraternity. Searching for a more meaningful set of values, the Sigma Chi chapter was founded by seven guys. Working from the spring of 1963 to the spring […]

March 2, 1969

The members of Chi Chapter Beta Sigma Phi entertained their sister chapters, XI Lambda and Preceptor Gamma at an evening party recently at the REA Hospitality Room with an international dinner consisting of foods prepared from all over the world. The tables were decorated with dolls dressed in costumes of many nations and flags of […]

Feb. 16, 1968

The Chi Omega Sorority on Eastern’s campus initiated their fall pledge class Friday and Saturday. The new initiates include Betty Boyd, Carlsbad; Sheryl Brassell, Portales; Lois Marie Dunn, Portales; Becky Enabnit, Denver, Colo.; Carol Erdman, Albuquerque, and Gar Fails, of Albuquerque.

Greeks pool talents

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By Casey Peacock:PNT Staff Writer Tucked away in various locations throughout town, organizations are preparing floats for Saturday’s Eastern New Mexico University Homecoming parade. Combining forces, the Chi Omega Sorority and Kappa Sigma Fraternity are hard at work building their float at an undisclosed location. Chi Omega President Malia Rummell said the two organizations joined […]

Chi Omega setting up for Slamma*Jamma

By Kevin Wilson Slamma*Jamma, set for Wednesday night at Eastern New Mexico University, is first and foremost a concert. But it’s also a lesson in networking. What started as two friends talking eventually branched into a four-band concert, set for 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Campus Union Ballroom. Bands scheduled to perform are Whatsoever, Last […]