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Greek Week 2011 Theme Announced

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The 2011 Greek Week Overall Committee chose “Lions With Letters, United Together” as this year’s theme for the week-long event, which will be held April 17 to April 23.

Greek Week pairs chapters from the Panhellenic council and the Interfraternity Council in triads with the National Pan-Hellenic Council and the Multicultural Greek Council.

Triads compete in sports competitions, participate in community service events, and race down Frat Row in poorly constructed chariots. Anyone interested in watching a few of them flip over, or potentially disintegrate as soon as their misguided architects try to get them to move?

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