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Sigma Kappa Sorority Sisters Construct Their Homecoming Display, October 1955

Sigma Kappa Sorority Sisters Construct Their Homecoming Display, October 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1955
Caption
GIANT FIGURE BEING BUILT: Spattered with flour and water paste but having a wonderful time are Chris Eckhard (left) of Clawson and Judy Guest of Royal Oak. They are members of Sigma Kappa sorority at 626 Oxford Rd. The girls are shown building a giant Oriental image across which were the lines: "Confucius Says: Great Is Man Who Reaps Roses From Plowing Corn." The display won first place in the women's division.

"Tweetie Pie" Homecoming Display At Sigma Kappa, October 1959

"Tweetie Pie" Homecoming Display At Sigma Kappa, October 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 31, 1959
Caption
HOMECOMING DISPLAY: A Wisconsin badger, not the cartoon character "Tweetie Pie," is caged in a homecoming display at the University's Sigma Kappa sorority, 626 Oxford Rd. Displays went up last night and early this morning at fraternities and sororities.

University of Michigan Homecoming Parade, November 1969

University of Michigan Homecoming Parade, November 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1969
Caption
Float Wins New Alumni Award. This float in the University's Homecoming parade--described by one of its creators as "a make believe yellow monster with a big eye that flaps its ears and squirts steam"--won a new U-M Alumni Association award as superior float of the year. Builders were Theta Delta Chi fraternity and Sigma Kappa sorority. This year's theme for floats was "Motions in Maize." The new award is a plaque which will go to a new winner yearly.