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Celebrating Sigma Sigma Sigma at Fitchburg State

May 5, 2019 GMT

The Zeta Upsilon Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma at Fitchburg State University strives to empower women and better the surrounding communities. This is seen among the women in the chapter, as well as the many events that are done throughout the year. The sisters of Sigma Sigma Sigma this past semester celebrated 121 years of sisterhood, with the national organization being founded on April 20, 1898. On top of that, the chapter’s annual Teeter Totter took place for 40 hours April 16-17. The Teeter Totter is done every year to raise money for the Tri Sigma Foundation, which includes the sorority’s two national philanthropies: The Robbie Page Memorial Fund for polio research and the March of Dimes. The sorority closed out April with the annual Winds of Fate Formal at Mount Wachusett, where this photo was taken. It was a great night with the theme being based on “The Great Gatsby,” and included dancing, food, superlatives and awards. Front row, from left: Hannah Gilrain, Emily mount, Crystal Arias, Justine Bushman, Hannah Normile, Kaitlin Hanlon, Teagan Cybulski, Kelly Alexander, Sophie Arciprete, Caroline Moriarty, Demetra Zouzas, Alexandria Laderoute, Muriel Baillie, Katy Newcomb, Alyssa King, Erin Reffitt, Delaney Mathews, Brianna Borey, Gianna Perella and Christina Rodriguez. Back row, from left, Emily Fleming, Chelsea Neville, Erin Hooper, Emily Flathers, Kylie Seymour, Samantha Sullivan, Kelsie Bacon, Hannah Paquette, Laura Fahey, Catherine Brennan, Corinne Richards, Amber Palizzolo, Kaela Martinez, Leanne Kay, Melicia Carlson, Brenna Fontaine, Jennie Muse, Zoë Eisenhaure, Alicia Ferrick, Darien Giovanella, Sabrina Voeuk. SUBMITTED BY DEMETRA ZOUZAS