West Texas A&M Senior Named Greek Man of the Year

Bryson with Award

Bryson J. Loveday (Gamma Sigma–West Texas A&M ’21), a senior accounting major from Canyon, Texas, was named Greek Man of the Year at the April 19 All-University Honors Ceremony.  This award is presented to a student at West Texas A&M who has represented the best of Greek life and pushed others to improve Greek life while helping the community through community service and hosting philanthropy events.

Bryson has served as Number II and Number IV, and is currently serving Number I.

“My time in KA has taught me that mistakes are okay and perfection is unlikely, but with some hard work and humility to admit those mistakes I can achieve Excellence within my peers and community,” Bryson commented.

Bryson’s girlfriend and the chapter Rose, Zapryce, also won Greek Woman of the Year.

Additionally, Dr. William G. Ambrose (Gamma Sigma–West Texas A&M ’72), assistant professor for mathematics, was recognized with the Faculty Partnership Award in recognition of his 52 years advising the Gamma Sigma Chapter. He has been inducted into the Howard P. Locke Province Court of Honor.