1982

TAU KAPPA EPSILON

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA AKA Sorority's aim is to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote uni– ty and friendship, help alleviate problems and improve social stat– ure concerning college women_ AST is a national sorority that promotes social service sisterhood and school spirit. The Sigma Chapter was just reinstated on April 7, 1979. They have participated in many campus events and are always on the go, either to fraternities par– ties, Greek nights or just campus cleanups . Besides campus participation, AST is involved in community ser– vices with senior citizens, Gateway Home for Girls and through Spe– cial Olympics. In addition to ex– hibiting leadership qualities, AST'S also strives for scholastic excellence.

L to R: Desiree Breckenridge, Rhonda Lewis, Kim Goodwin, Donna Anderson, June Barnett, Lametree McElveen, Lynn Perry, Valencia Gardner, Karen Jones. ALPHA SIGMA TAU

LTO R: ROW 1, David Klaus, Tim Moran, Russ Indelicato, Ted Johnson, Mark Mogilski, Mike Brady ROW 2. Steve Trask, Paul Valerio, Roh Quinn, Carmen Todoro. Dave Lugo, Tim McFariano, Robert McIntosh ROW 3, Jim Nease, Tim Hasting, Scott Brown, Charles Ventura, Tom Redmore, Dan Wilber ROW 4, Jerome Muscarella, Mike Sonntag, Bill Ro.ge, Rich Ebeling, 'fuoy .Tambasco, Jon Furer, Tom Rys. LITTLE SISTERS OF TAU KAPPA EPSILON --- - •••• i.

TKE was begun here at Buffalo State in the spring of 1978. This year TKE received its chapter charter from its International Grand Chapter. TKE is the largest fraternity on campus as well as the largest fraternity, with over 300 charters. TKE has held such events as The John Valby Beer Blast, many blood drives, regular visits to St. Andrews Home for the Aged and its annual Red Carna– tion Ball. TKE has the prestige of winning the most Greek Games, as well as being very involved in the intermural sports here on campus. Little Sisters of TKE are just as involved on this campus as their brothers. They not only assist their brothers in functions, but they also have many functions of their own.

~~? ~:IR?W 1, ';-isa Muscarella, Kathy Frank, Natalie Jackson, Pres., Becky O'Neill, Pat Askoff, ROW 2, Re' h a eno Advls." Tracey Barber, Karen Tabone, Bonnie . Kaminski Debbie Lieble ROW 3 Tammi Ie myer. V P, Lori Jenne Treas., Linda Phillips, Debbie Echard. &ed. "

ROW 1 Bonnie Santini Chris Pancock Cindy Hill VP Theresa McSweeney. Mary Grace Senior, VTreas. Regina Fay, ROW 2, Beth Gardner, Pam Pendl, Geri Gaume~ Rcbyn Spreng~r Barb Goode Laura Patt~n, Barb Thompson, Nancy Wagner, Mary Beth Fischer, Deanna Dey, Estelle Papafagos, Barb Mrotzec, M~ra Attell. Ojene Mazzi. Michele Luppin~. Pres. ROW 3, Mary Jane Pendl, Treas., Mary Beth Sodus, Connie Hei~~en, Doreen Cri8tell~1 Ree. Sec., I:tashelda Maharaj, Maria Dispenza, Rush Dir., Lisa Pelkey, Cor. Sec., Tricia Toomey, Pledge Dir., Lisa Pelkey, Cor. Sec., Trlcla 'Thomey, Pledge Dlr., Judy Collins, Jean McNamara, Asst. Chap. Adv., Sally Wales, Chap. Ad., Karen Antwarg.

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