Madeline Adler ’25 earns scholarship, named Ripon’s Greek President of the Year

Madeline Adler ’25 of Tomah, Wisconsin, has received an undergraduate scholarship from Order of Omega. She was recognized for her involvement in Greek life, academic achievements and leadership on campus.

Also she was named Greek President of the Year at Ripon College.

Adler has served many positions in Greek life at Ripon. She is president of Alpha Chi Omega, and also has served as Panhellenic Delegate, Vice President Chapter Relations and Standards, Vice President Recruitment, and Vice President Recruitment information.

Around campus, she has served as secretary of the Panhellenic Conference, on the Student Advisory Board to the Center for Politics and the People, and chief justice of the Student Judiciary Board.

Adler’s grandfather is Robert Mubarak ’70, and her mother is Jennifer Mubarak ’00.

“I am a third-generation Ripon College student and absolutely LOVE Ripon College and the community,” she says. “I am beyond honored and grateful for my organization and Ripon College. I firmly believe I have been given amazing opportunities because of Ripon.”

Adler is majoring in political science and hopes to pursue a master’s degree in social work.

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