With a full turnout from RU's 20 Greek student organizations, the week included a field day, pool games, a philanthropy competition, concerts, cookouts, a battle of the air bands, chariot races and more. Activities the week of March 25 were coordinated by a committee of representatives from the campus Intrafraternity Council (IFC), Panhellenic Council and National Panhellenic Council.
IFC President Brian Kincaid said the enthusiastic showing of solidarity and support was incredibly rewarding. "Greek Week was a huge success," he said. "The main reason we have Greek Week is to promote collaboration among Greek organizations. We see that when our organizations come together, we really can do great things."
The motivational speaker for the week was T.J. Sullivan, one of the founders of the Pi Kappa Phi chapter at Indiana University. Since graduating, Sullivan has traveled extensively and spoken to millions of college students across the nation about his passion for Greek life and the benefits he gained from his involvement.
Each of the individual Greek Week events counted toward a final overall score, with the winning fraternity, sorority and overall highest-scoring Greek organization to be announced at the annual RU Greek Awards at 6 p.m. April 24 in Muse Banquet Hall.