Beta Gamma Sigma

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Beta Gamma Sigma is the national honorary scholarship society in Business Administration for students at the College of William and Mary.

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The Flat Hat, William & Mary News, and Alumni Gazette:

  • National honorary scholarship society in Business Administration formed at College W&M 4/17/1973, pg. 1.
  • Members chosen WMN, 4/29/1975, pg. 4.
  • New initiates listed WMN, 4/6/1976, pg. 2; WMN, 4/27/1976, pg. 3.
  • New members WMN, 4/26/1977, pg. 6-7.
  • New members WMN, 4/25/1978, pg. 4-5.
  • New members WMN, 5/6/1980, pg. 3 (picture).
  • Taps 44 new business members WMN, 4/21/1981, pg. 7.
  • 63 inducted at Business School WMN, 4/8/1992, pg. 5 (picture).
  • Inducts new members FH, 4/17/1992, pg. 7.
  • Inducts 47 new members WMN, 5/12/1993, pg. 6 (picture).

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