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Jewish Sorority Members Get High Marks in Studies

November 20, 1933
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Alpha Epsilon Phi, one of the two Jewish sororities on the Syracuse University campus, attained the highest scholarship average rating from among the twenty-two local sororities for the second semester of 1932-33, according to an announcement by Dean Eunice Hilton. It is the second time that the sorority has thus been honored. The other Jewish sorority, Phi Sigma Sigma, ranked second in scholarship.

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