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On Sunday, March 8, 2015, Mu Chapter Resident Advisor Mike Lieberman and Alec Charbonneau ’16 hosted a “Meet and GreeK (Greet)” with the Cornell's Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program. The Humphrey Fellows are a part of an exchange program that allows professional students from developing countries the opportunity to attend a university in the United States.

Ultimately, our hope is to create a friendship/partnership between our Sigma Pi Fraternity and the Humphrey Fellowship Program. Our goal is to connect these two very different communities and to develop a program and individual relationships that promote both cross-cultural exchange and personal improvement. Humphrey Fellows and Sigma Pi members would essentially grow together. Humphrey Fellows would be given another opportunity to perfect their English, while fraternity members could embark on the difficult journey of learning a second language. This exchange goes far beyond simply language; it is an opportunity to expand our community’s perspective and create lifelong friendships.
 
The event was featured in The Cornell Daily Sun the following day.


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