Photo Essay: A look at Tap Night 2019
“I rushed TKO because I wanted a community that went deeper. These guys support me on my worst days and my best days, and we push each other closer to Christ,” said senior Aaron Campbell.
“[I rushed TKO because] I never had a lot of guy friends in high school, so I knew when coming to college I wanted people to mentor me and to walk with me,” said senior Chmira Gilliam.
“I was the oldest sibling of my family… so when I came to college, I wanted older guys around me who weren’t authority figures, but would bring me closer to God,” said junior Tyler Hughes.
“I rushed Sigma because of what they stood for, and the sisterhood. The way [these women] protect each other, and the way we carry ourselves, makes us stand out,” said senior Lindsay Duncan.
“The love [these men] had for each other, despite their differences, and for me-even though I wasn’t in their club was why I rushed,” said junior Deigo Hernandez.
“[Alpha Gamma Chi] is the best men’s club because of our rich history and the community. We have big names that have impacted our school, such as Paul Conn, Mike Hayes and Alan McClung,” said junior Bryce Harbuck.
“[In Epsilon,] we aren’t big on being conformative. We have girls who are going to law school, who are studying art and have so many different paths. You can find a common thread here,” said junior Ashton Mizell. “It is a very eclectic club.”
“[In Omega,] everyone was so welcoming and inviting and I felt like I belonged” said senior Jackie Sterns. “You walk in Omega, as you are,” said senior Linnea Dahl.
“[DZT] is about our legacy and foundation on the Biblical truth that Jesus saved us first, so we can serve others,” said junior Blaire Terrell.
“I sweat Chi because I felt pursued and loved by the men in the club. They are very authentic and honest,” said senior Nikki Juberien.