Fraternities Light Up With Holiday Spirit

Per tradition, the fraternity houses throughout State College participated in their annual Holiday Lights tour and competition, similar to their annual Halloween festivities. Once every year, these large and ornate houses are decorated from head to toe with bright, flashing, festive lights. Decorations vary, from the classic lights on strings wrapped around the house, to blow up Santas, reindeer, and even penguins. There were a lot of houses to see, but these are some of our favorites:

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Alpha Zeta brings a classical look to the holiday competition.
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Theta Chi decorates with multiple colors, bringing the front to life.
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The defending champs, Sigma Pi Theta, decked out their house per tradition.
Alpha Sigma Phi keeps the spirit alive with a festive sleigh.
Alpha Sigma Phi kept the spirit alive with a festive sleigh.
Alpha Tau Omega is a strong competitor this year, with a beautiful ornate wreath hung above their door.
Alpha Tau Omega is a strong competitor this year, with a beautiful ornate wreath hung above their door.
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Alpha Chi Rho goes with classic colors, lighting up their deck in blue, red, and white lights.
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Phi Kappa Psi adorns their front lawn with a flashing tree made of lights
Delta Chi decorates its lawn with candy canes, with a Santa seen on its roof.
Delta Chi decorated its lawn with candy canes, with a Santa seen on its roof.
Delta Kappa Epsilon decorates is namesake letters, and front lawn, traditionally
Delta Kappa Epsilon decorated is namesake letters, and front lawn, traditionally.
Lamda Chi Alpha turns its front door into a giant tree, complete with presents.
Lambda Chi Alpha turned its front door into a giant tree, complete with presents.

Did we miss any strong contenders? Feel free to send some pictures our way.

Photography by: Jack Lukow and Morton Lin

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Former Visual Editor, best known for recording Sue Paterno dancing to “Shake it Off”. From Greencastle PA, a town with four traffic lights and a graduating class of 110, Jack’s main life goal is to make sure he never has to return to Greencastle again. A senior in Journalism, you can follow him on twitter (@jackslens), but I wouldn’t. If you think your event deserves video coverage, know someone or something that does, or maybe just want to chat, email him at [email protected] He loves that, and you seem cool.

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