Friday, September 22, 2023

Photo gallery: MTSU sorority, fraternity members travel back to ’90s for annual Fight Song competition


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Photos and story by Joi Williams / Contributing Writer

Members of MTSU’s sororities and fraternities traveled back to the ’90s Friday night as they battled it out for the first place title at the annual Fight Song competition.

Six teams competed in song and dance battles in the Murphy Center. Team one included representatives from Alpha Delta Pi, Phi Mu Alpha, Lamda Theta Alpha and Omega Psi Phi. Team two included Kappa Delta, Alpha Sigma Phi, Delta Sigma Theta and Phi Kappa Tau. Team three included Alpha Chi Omega, Sigma Pi, Lamda Chi Alpha and Alpha Phi Alpha. Team four included Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Gamma Rho and Zeta Phi Beta. Team five included Chi Omega, Kappa Sigma, Alpha Gamma Rho and Kappa Alpha Psi. Team six included Alpha Omicron Pi, Phi Delta Theta and Phi Beta Sigma.

Each team performed MTSU’s fight song with their own ’90s flare in hopes of being victorious. In the end, the judges awarded team five with third place, team two with second place and team six with first place.

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