Best Greek And Org Letters Of THON
With the Bryce Jordan Center filled to the brim with Greeks, special interest organizations, dancers, loved ones, and kids, it is understandably difficult to find where you need to go when everyone looks the same. Luckily, here at Penn State, we’re innovative. Giant letters give those of us at THON an idea of who’s sitting where, as well as an opportunity to get a little creative. Here are some of the best letters at THON 2015!
Sigma Alpha Mu & Alpha Phi
These two Greek organizations got super crafty this year with letters that actually light up!
Phi Kappa Tau & Phi Mu
Phi Kappa Tau and Phi Mu are sporting Hawaiian-patterned letters.
Alpha Xi Delta & Tau Kappa Epsilon
Alpha Xi Delta and Tau Kappa Epsilon are simultaneously showing their support for our country as well as the kids!
Kappa Alpha Theta & Pi Kappa Alpha
Kappa Alpha Theta and Pi Kappa Alpha nearly take the cake with their Toy Story-themed letters.
Alpha Omicron Pi & Sigma Chi
Alpha Omicron Pi and Sigma Chi are overwhelmingly crafty with their double-sided letters.
Kappa Delta & Beta Sigma Beta
Kappa Delta and Beta Sigma Beta are looking groovy with their rainbow letters.
Gamma Phi Beta & Acacia
Gamma Phi Beta and Acacia went with a simple but classy solid lime green.
Monarch went with what they know — a British flag. I see what you did there, Monarch.
Phi Chi Theta
Phi Chi Theta decided to throw back to the good ol’ days of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Chi Omega took a new approach on being patriotic with simple red with blue stars.
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