“Let There Be Light,” Said the Greeks
On December 7 (for those of you already befuddled from studying, we mean tonight), the Greek community will do what they do best. As part of the 2010 edition of the Holiday Lights Tour, fraternities will compete with each other over who has the best something for bragging rights. The “something,” in this case, is holiday decorations. It combines the spirit of the holiday season with practice for one-upping the neighbors’ holiday trimmings, a valuable skill most of us will need later in life.
The event is open and free to students and the rest of the State College populace. Reportedly, free refreshments will be offered to onlookers. This year, the starting point is the Acacia Fraternity on 234 Locust Lane. The whole shebang runs from 6 to 9 p.m., and is sponsored by the Interfraternity and Panhellenic Council with help from the Off Campus Student Union.
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