Week of games unites campus Greeks

Amstrid Gomez, Features Editor

Members from the five campus fraternities and three campus sororities participated in games and group activities during Pitt-Johnstown’s Greek Week.

Games started last Monday and continued until Sunday.

Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity and Kappa Zeta sororities received first place in the overall competition, while Delta Chi and Alpha Gamma Delta got second place.

The weeks’ games included billiards, bowling and pingpong, as well as darts, bocce ball and foosball also were played. There also were gym games such as basketball, volleyball and Kan Jam, which is an ultimate Frisbee game.

This year’s theme was the “Hunger Games,” which was included in the window paintings outside of the Student Union and on some of the fraternities and sororities Greek Week t-shirts.

Delta Chi member Tyler Kowalski said the purpose of Greek Week is to bring campus Greeks together.

Kowalski and Alpha Gamma Delta member Hannah Kuntz said their favorite part of Greek Week are the outdoor games, such as horseshoes and cornhole.

Kuntz said she won first place in the sorority cornhole competition.

Kowalski said the Interfraternity Council and Panhelenic Society members kept track of winners throughout the week.

“(Non-competing) organization’s serves as judges during the games, so it’s unbiased,” said Kowalski.