Greeks help each other’s causes

Sean Case, a junior history major and member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity, sets up a cystic fibrosis awareness campaign on behalf of Iota Delta sorority at the Greek Philanthropy Challenge on May 1 in Sneaky Park. The sororities and fraternities set up booths to help raise awareness of each other’s causes. Alpha Omicron Pi represented ALS on behalf of Phi Delta Theta, Iota Delta represented Alzheimer’s disease awareness on behalf of Sigma Kappa, Phi Sigma Sigma represented the Arthritis Foundation on behalf of Alpha Omicron Pi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon represented the Kidney Foundation on behalf of Phi Sigma Sigma and Sigma Kappa represented the Children’s Miracle Network on behalf of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. / photo by Scott Mirimanian
Sean Case, a junior history major and member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity, sets up a cystic fibrosis awareness campaign on behalf of Iota Delta sorority at the Greek Philanthropy Challenge on May 1 in Sneaky Park. The sororities and fraternities set up booths to help raise awareness of each other’s causes. Alpha Omicron Pi represented ALS on behalf of Phi Delta Theta, Iota Delta represented Alzheimer’s disease awareness on behalf of Sigma Kappa, Phi Sigma Sigma represented the Arthritis Foundation on behalf of Alpha Omicron Pi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon represented the Kidney Foundation on behalf of Phi Sigma Sigma and Sigma Kappa represented the Children’s Miracle Network on behalf of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. / photo by Scott Mirimanian

Correction – May 11, 2012
The name of Sean Case was originally misspelled in the photo caption of “Greeks help each other’s causes” in the May 4 issue. The Campus Times regrets the error.

Scott Mirimanian

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