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Timeline: UA greek life throughout the years

Alex McIntyre
Potential new members line up outside of Delta Gamma on Aug. 20, 2015. Negative stereotypes are frequently associated with students involved in Greek Life on campus, but they are often just misconceptions.

Over the past years Greek programs have had their share of trials and triumph. Here are some of the significant events that occurred at the UA in the last five years.

UA Greek Life which first appeared on campus in 1915 celebrated its over 50,000 alumni and 100 year anniversary last year.

The Kappa Sigma fraternity was the first to appear in 1915, but over time UA has housed at least 90 different organizations.

“The University is supportive of the goals and ideals of the fraternity and sorority community, which are expressed in the four pillars: Academic achievement, leadership, service, and citizenship,” according to the UA greek program website.

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