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Kick Off the Fall Tailgate Planned for Saturday

At last night’s UPUA meeting, Panhellenic Council President Paige Rothaus and Interfraternity Council Vice President for Finance John Hanson made a plug for a freshman-oreinted event that their organizations are hosting in conjunction with Penn State PRIDE and the Student-Athlete Advisory Board.

The Greek representatives explained that the event will include free food, entertainment and prizes to get freshmen ready for the big games Saturday night. The tailgate will kick off (see what I did there) at 4:30 pm on Saturday on the Business Building lawn. Not a freshman? No worries… throw on a lanyard and no one will know the difference.

Attendees will be able to enjoy some pizza and ice cream before heading over to see Men’s Soccer battle Siena at 7:00 pm on Jeffry Field, and then our badass Women’s Volleyball squad battle another powerhouse program, the University of Southern California, at 8:00 pm in Rec Hall.

The IFC (@PennStateIFC) has a flyer on its website with more details.

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