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IFC and PHC Announce Community Coalition

Sometimes there’s news in State College that seems like it should have happened years ago. This is one of those stories.

The Penn State Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council announced a partnership this afternoon to form the IFC/PHC Community Coalition, which will be tasked with coordinating and strengthening the Greek community’s stake in State College.

The kickoff event is already planned. On February 8, the IFC/PHC Community Coalition will host a banquet in the Nittany Lion Inn Boardroom for Greek leaders to connect with local community service organization.

One of the IFC/PHC Community Coalition’s first organizational priorities has already been announced: it will be developing a plan to “encourage responsible behavior on State Patty’s day.” The IFC/PHC Community Coalition has planned a joint meeting of the IFC and PHC President’s Councils on Monday, February 21, to discuss how the Greek community can provide leadership during the student-created drinking holiday.

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