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Panhellenic Pride Week

Just in time for Formal Recruitment, the Penn State Panhellenic Council has planned a week devoted to Greek spirit and sorority unity with Panhellenic Pride Week.

“We recognize how important it is to remind our chapter women to take pride in their Greek heritage and remember that though we wear different letters, we are all members of the Penn State Panhellenic community,” said Vice President for Communications, Marina Matteo.

Panhellenic Pride Week will kick off Monday, Sept. 13 and all activities will take place in the HUB.  Chapter members can wear their letters on Monday and their “Go Greek” shirts Wednesday for spirit points, and have some competition with Penny Wars, benefiting the Centre County Women’s Resource Center, Monday and Wednesday.  The week culminates with Color Wars on the HUB lawn Thursday from 5-8, where the members from different chapters placed on teams will participate in various field day events and compete against one another.  The team with the most spirit points by the end of the week will be awarded with a prize.

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Dennis is a rising junior majoring in IST with a minor in Supply Chain. Outside the classroom, Dennis is an ITS Lab Consultant, a member of the Penn State Blue Band Drumline, and the current President of Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity. Check out his website at


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