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Greek Sing 2013 Kicks Off Tomorrow

Dancing, singing, and Greek Life aren’t things you normally would put together, but here at Penn State… they are. The annual IFC/Panhellenic Greek Sing will be held on Thursday, December 5. But to get everyone excited and prepared for the actual event, the Greek Sing Kickoff Party will take place on Wednesday, October 30 at 7 p.m. in Alumni Hall in the HUB.

The Kickoff Party is a mini competition between all the Greek organizations. Each organization will perform a number from their official performance for Greek Sing 2013, which will be a collection of songs from various musicals.  After each group performs, the judges will pick their top three.  The Kickoff Party is always a fun event and an easy way to get a sneak peek into Greek Sing before you make the decision to watch the actual event.

Greek Sing is an event that benefits the Gayle Beyer’s Scholarship Fund, founded in 1985 and named after a woman who demonstrated great dedication and true allegiance to the Greek community as a Greek advisor. Each year, a scholarship is given to a student in Greek Life who demonstrates commitment and excellence to the Penn State IFC/Panhellenic Council.

For more information on Greek Sing 2013, check out the Facebook page.

 

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Sarah Peterson

Sarah Peterson is a junior from Bethlehem, PA majoring in print journalism and minoring in reruns of Breaking Bad and traveling everywhere she possibly can.

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