University of Vermont’s Fraternity & Sorority Life Announces Podtburg as Public Ritual Award Recipient

BURLINGTON – The University of Vermont Fraternity & Sorority Life honored Rachael Podtburg for her contributions to the University of Vermont community during the annual UVM Fraternity & Sorority Life awards.

Each year the University of Vermont Fraternity & Sorority Life Awards Night celebrates and honors the accomplishments of individual members of the fraternity and sorority communities at the University, as well as chapters that exemplified the commitment to the pillars of citizenship, friendship, leadership, lifelong learning, and justice.

A member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, the Natick student has been presented with the Public Ritual Award – recognizing and honoring an individual who publicly exemplifies their chapter’s values and principles as described in their chapter’s ritual.

This award is presented to an individual who challenges chapter and community members to do the same.

For over 180 years, UVM’s Fraternity & Sorority Life (FSL) has worked to provide an environment that enhances the UVM experience. With 9 fraternity chapters, 6 sorority chapters, and over 800 total members, UVM FSL contributes to the development of citizenship, intellect, leadership, and developing life-long friendships within the UVM community and beyond.

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