Welcome to the Greek Spotlight Series!


My purpose is to show all of the positive aspects of the sororities and fraternities here on Gannon’s campus. With so many lovely men and women, there are a lot of people to talk about.


This week, we meet Sydney Oyatta, member of Gannon University’s chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon. Sydney came to Gannon University from Kenya to study information systems and will graduate with his degree in May of 2020.


He joined Delta Kappa Epsilon about a year ago, and has held various leadership positions within his fraternity since then. Sydney has been the corresponding secretary and special events chair. When asked about how his fraternity and fraternity brothers have helped him grow, he had no idea where to start. He responded, “Mentally and physically I’ve definitely grown since joining the fraternity. I am way more involved on campus now. I am a student tour guide, am also the public relations officer for the African Student Organization. I am also part of the Global Unity Club and the Model UN club. I have done tons of community service with my fraternity which has really taught me the art of giving and appreciation. I have grown by expanding my communication skills, I am way more social now and I’ve truly learnt the art of being a gentleman, scholar and jolly good fellow.”


Be sure to check back in two weeks, on Friday, November 2nd, for Greek Spotlight Series Article