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Greek Week 2011: Captain Apps and Logo Contest

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Even though Greek Week 2011 won’t kick off for a few months, the Greek Week Overall Committee is already hard at work putting it together.

The past couple weeks have seen the first information about this year’s festivities be released. The theme for Greek Week 2011 will be “Lions with Letters, United Together” and it will take place April 18-22, starting with a day of service and ending with the famous chariot race. Other activities will include volleyball, tug-of-war,and

Public Relations Overall Marissa Knaus said that now applications are being solicited for Greek Week captain positions. Applications, which are available here, should be sent to Shannon Fusina by Monday, January 31.

Knaus also released details for the Greek Week logo contest. Submissions should be based around the Greek Week 2011 theme– the goal, said Knaus, is for the logo to incorporate the pride we all feel as Penn State students and loyalty to Greek life. Entries should be emailed to Knaus with the subject ‘Logo Design’ by Friday, February 25.

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