From left to right: Ryan Hughes, Paul Stickel, Drew Angel, Drew Grisham and Michael Clore
Earlier this year, each of Transylvania’s Greek organizations transitioned their student leadership teams. In this this blog, we introduce the new presidents within the Interfraternity community.
Profiles were submitted by the chapters.
Paul Stickel, Interfraternity Council President
The thing I love most about being Greek is the amount of lifelong friendships I have made and the community feel of Greek life as a whole on Transy’s campus. My goals for my IFC presidency are to bring Greek life into a more positive light on this campus and in general, and to improve the level of “Interfraternalism” on campus between each chapter. My favorite thing about Transylvania is the small college environment in a big city atmosphere.
Michael Clore, Delta Sigma Phi
What I love about being Greek is getting the opportunity to meet and become close with such a diverse community of people on and off campus. My goals as president are to do what I can to better my chapter and to improve IFC relations across the board. We may not all wear the same letters, but we are all apart of the same Greek community. I love being in Lexington because there is always something for everyone to do, it’s hard to get bored living here.
Ryan Hughes, Kappa Alpha Order
Going Greek gave me an incredibly tight group of friends at Transy and has served as a second family, a family that is always expanding. It has also given me connections with alumni and mentors that have and will be invaluable as I graduate from Transy. As president, I want to continue to uphold the values that KA espouses and instill those values in our members. I hope we can continue to strive for academic excellence and expand our philanthropic efforts on our campus and in the community.
Drew Angel, Phi Kappa Tau
I love being Greek because of the meaningful relationships and connections that I have been given the opportunity develop. My goals as my chapter president are to be an exemplary leader for future leaders in my fraternity, make my chapter better socially, financially, and philanthropically and to strengthen inter-fraternal relations in order to strengthen Greek life as a whole on Transy’s campus. My favorite thing about Transy is that we get the benefits of living in a small, closely knit community, while still having the resources and benefits of living in a large city such as Lexington.
Drew Grisham, Pi Kappa Alpha
I love the community that Greek life builds. The friendships within my organization will last a lifetime as well as the community of each organization working together to help improve the image of Greek life as a whole. My goals are to continue growing Pike into an all around great fraternity on campus. I’d like to improve the chapter one step at a time that will lead to an overall end goal of becoming a great chapter. My favorite thing about Transy is being able to play soccer here as well as being able to be involved in many other campus activities
Click here to meet the women leading Transy’s Greek organizations.