Fraternities compete in BMOC

logoLast month, Alpha Iota/Indiana sophomore Joe Weber (2016) was crowned IU’s Big Man On Campus at an event hosted by Zeta Tau Alpha.

Twenty-eight men from IU fraternities competed for the title of Big Man on Campus in an all-male talent show. This BMOC event, Zeta Tau Alpha sorority’s annual philanthropy at IU, is considered the largest single-house philanthropic effort in the country.

In total, Zeta raised $175,003.16 to benefit the NFL Pink Ribbon Project and the IU School of Medicine for further breast cancer research, said IU junior Aly Ricker, Zeta philanthropy chair.

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