Mean, Green, Singing Machine


Johnny Lu

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Sigma Alpha Iota is in front of the Foy Building today selling green cookies, cupcakes and punch for $1 each to remind Georgia Southern University students that St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner.

As the first Greek organization for women at GSU, SAI is an international music fraternity founded for women over 100 years ago.

Maggie Martin, sophomore music major, says that SAI promotes interaction by holding fundraising events such as selling holiday-themed pastries to raise money and awareness.

“The best thing about our organization is that we are based solely on service,” Martin said. “We’ve done charity work at places such as old folks homes.”

Megan Mears, sophomore biology major, says that SAI spreads their message through the art of music.

“I love that we are all passionate about the same thing even though we are so different from each other,” Mears said.

For more information, go to Sigma Alpha Iota’s My Involvement page.

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