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Possible Greek Loop

1_210x304Recently reelected UPUA president Gavin Keirans has proposed a CATA bus loop that would transport students to and from the Greek scene on the weekends starting next fall. Here’s what a few people had to say about it:

State College Borough Council President Elizabeth Goreham: You won’t have people screaming obscenities or ripping up shrubbery,” she said. “It’s an idea certainly worth exploring.”

Average CATA driver: I’m going on strike.

Freshman: Do I have to wear Greek letters to board?

Sebastian: I think I’ll ride the Greek loop, but I won’t go to a frat party. Because I’m ironic.

Drunk: Pre-game for the bus!

Prospective Parents: 9

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