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For over 30 years, Binghamton University fraternities and sororities have come together each fall to crown a new Mr. Greek God. It’s not just a fun male pageant, though. It’s also the campus’s largest philanthropic event, and this year Alpha Epsilon Phi raised a record $23,400 for their two national philanthropies: the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and Sharsheret, a nonprofit organization supporting Jewish women diagnosed with breast cancer and ovarian cancer.
This year’s event, held on Sunday, Oct. 10 at the Broome County Forum Theatre, featured six contestants representing different campus fraternities. Contestants were judged based generic cialis buy online on how much money they raised individually prior to the event, their entrance to the event on a chariot built by their fraternity, a question and answer session, and a talent segment.
“Being able to raise $23,400 for our two national philanthropies was truly one of the most rewarding experiences of my life,” said Mia Cutrona, 2021 Greek God co-chair, “and I’m so lucky that I got to do it with one of my roommates and best friends, Kayla Menkes. Watching the entire Greek life community come together to raise money in support of our efforts was unbelievable, and the event would not have been possible without all of their kindness and dedication. Seeing the ways in which college students are able to give back to our community and national philanthropies in such major ways is so inspiring, and I am lucky that I get to be involved in such an amazing organization.”