Greek Sing is an annual event for fraternities and sororities to showcase their talents through music and performance, build community amongst their organizations, and have fun! The primary purpose of Greek Sing is to raise money for the Gayle Beyer’s Scholarship fund, founded in 1985 and named after a woman who demonstrated great dedication and true allegiance to the Greek community as a collegian and Greek advisor. Each year, a scholarship is given to a sorority woman and fraternity man who demonstrate commitment and excellence to the Penn State Greek Community.
For the first time in many years, Sigma Nu competed in the Greek Sing competition in 2010. We partnered with Delta Zeta Sorority and Sigma Pi Fraternity and performed Footloose. Despite our lack of experience in the competition itself, Sigma Nu is home to a wealth of musical talent and was thrilled to provide all three male leads for the show.
In 2011, Sigma Nu hopes to partner with a sorority and blow the competition away. With several of our members active in choral groups, and even a few vocal performance, theatre, and music theatre majors, you can bet it will be an amazing performance!
Pictured above are Brothers John Patterson (left, green jacket) and Jarrett Smith (center, black jacket) performing “Footloose” in the 2010 Greek Sing competition. The triad featuring Delta Zeta, Sigma Pi, and Sigma Nu finished 4th in the Overall Competition.