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Send Us Your Craziest Parents Greek Weekend Photos

This weekend (and for the next few weekends to come) parents had the chance to visit campus and support their son and/or daughter participating in Penn State Greek life. Showing parents around campus is always a great time, but bringing them to a frat party is a completely different experience.

Parents participating in Greek life culture leads to iconic photos, which is why we want to see the best ones taken over this past weekend. Send us your favorite pictures of your parents partying with you, and they can be featured in an article with other equally dedicated parent photos.

If you have any pictures of your parents you think over 90k Twitter followers would like to see, send them to [email protected]. Include:

  • Your name
  • Your sorority/fraternity
  • Picture of your parent
  • Where the photo was taken
  • What your parent is doing

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About the Author

Maggie Wrobel

Maggie is a sophomore majoring in Film and Video, and is a videographer for Onward State. She is from Bethlehem, PA (no, not where Jesus was born), and she loves the Christmas City. Maggie is a firm believer in the saying, "you gotta risk it to get the biscuit," and is always ready to pet any dog she passes on the street. You can contact her at [email protected] But you should follow her on Twitter: @m_wrobs


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