You are the owner of this article.

Sigma Lambda Gamma and Phi Beta Sigma host first ever Pink and Blue Ball

  • 0
  • 1 min to read
Pink and Blue Ball

Students dance into the night at the Sam Noble art museum Thursday. The Pink and Blue Ball, hosted by Phi Beta Sigma and Sigma Lamda Gamma, lasted from 8 pm to 12 pm and will benefit the March of Dimes and local breast cancer awareness programs.

The ladies of Sigma Lambda Gamma and the men of Phi Beta Sigma will be hosting its first masquerade to raise money for the March of Dimes and the OU Women’s Outreach Center’s breast cancer awareness programs. 

The Pink and Blue Ball is a part of Sigma Lambda Gamma’s Founders' Week celebrations, Jessica Bustillos, the president of the Sigma Lambda Gamma’s Xi Beta Chapter, said. 

The sorority’s philanthropy is the March of Dimes but chose to support the Women’s Outreach Center’s breast cancer awareness programs to give back to the local community, as well, Bustillos said.

“We want to make the greatest impact we can,” Bustillos said.

The Pink and Blue Ball is tonight from 8 p.m. to midnight at the Sam Noble Museum, tickets are $5 during the pre-sale and $10 at the door.

Jessica Barber is a journalism sophomore and arts and entertainment editor for The Oklahoma Daily.

Load comments