Gary and Shirley Wuslich to Sponsor 67th Greek Sing Competition
Greek Sing, which began in 1952, is the annual song-and-dance event featuring the fraternities and sororities competing in group performances to showcase their talents, build community within their organizations, and to have fun! This year’s theme is Legends. Chapters will be performing selections from Madonna, Elvis, the Beach Boys, Michael Jackson, Queen and much more. The show is set for 6 p.m. Saturday, April 13, in Stambaugh Auditorium on Fifth Avenue just north of campus. The event is open to the public, and admission is free.
This year’s competition is generously sponsored by two YSU alumni who were members of the Greek System during their undergraduate career. Gary Wuslich, a native of Murrysville, Pennsylvania, graduated from Franklin Regional High School, attended YSU and became a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon. His wife, Shirley, graduated from Struthers High School, and joined Alpha Omicron Pi as well as became a Sigma Phi Epsilon Little Sister.
Gary and Shirley met during a fraternity and sorority mixer. Shirley went on to become Sigma Phi Epsilon’s Sweetheart for the 1967-1968 academic year. During the time of their membership, their organizations competed in Greek Sing and both chapters won the competition during their tenure.
The Wuslich’s have been married almost fifty years. Currently living in Granger, Indiana, they have two children and four grandchildren. Gary recently retired as a Human Resources executive, and Shirley had a career as an elementary teacher.
They both remember Greek Sing as “a very intense time with a lot of hard work and a lot of time practicing”, but also as “one of the best highlights of the year.”
For more information on Greek Sing, contact Carrie Anderson at 330-941-3575.