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IFC Recruitment Gets Under Way: Zone Week

Zone Week began yesterday, officially kicking off the Fall 2011 IFC recruitment process. Houses will have their doors open from 6p.m. to 10p.m. for the next two days in the hopes of attract recruits into a meet-and-greet that they won’t blackout. The schedule for which houses are hosting on each particular day is coordinated by a color system, detailed on this map. Yesterday was the green zone, today is blue, and tomorrow is for the houses in red.

Like speed dating for bros, Zone Week gives prospective IFC pledges the ability to feel out what Penn State’s rich Greek life has to offer. Interested dudes can do it all, from meeting brothers to touring the houses. This is a first official step in choosing what chapter you want to adopt as your big fat Greek family.

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