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Penn State Interfraternity Council To Host Annual Holiday Lights Tour December 8

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, folks!

Thanks to the Penn State Interfraternity Council (IFC), walking in a winter wonderland is now only a few blocks away. 

From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, December 8, IFC will host its annual Holiday Lights Tour, which is a celebration of student efforts to deck the halls as finals week looms ahead. 

This year, the tour starts at Sigma Alpha Epsilon (328 E. Fairmount Ave.) and features the finished products of the annual fraternity and sorority house decorating competition.

Those attending can hop on a trolley to tour the festivities of downtown and campus — quite literally gliding along with a song of a wintery fairyland. 

The event is free and promises hot chocolate and cookies for attendees, despite whether or not you made the nice list this year.

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