Winter has already come and gone (thank God), but the Greek organizations on campus are gearing up for an epic week of Game of Thrones themed activities, in celebration of the university’s Greek community and to encourage camaraderie and competition alike.
On Monday, students can congregate in the CSU Mall to enjoy a kingly feast of hot-dogs, chips, and all the drinks one could desire. We have been informed that the ale shipments for Westeros have been destroyed in an unfortunate dragon attack, so pop and juice will have to suffice. Every noble house shall have its banner unfurled.
On Tuesday, the noble chapters at the university will compete in a Cardboard Boat Regatta at the university swimming pool, contesting against Poseidon’s briny depths.
Wednesday shall bring with it a clothing drive, located outside the Centennial Student Union. Anyone with clothing to spare is invited to come and donate it. All donations will go to the Salvation Army.
The event on Thursday, billed as the highlight of the week, will be a lip-sync Greek God and Goddess competition, wherein the Greek chapters at MNSU will put on a show for the audience. These displays will not only include music and dancing, but various displays of all sorts of feats.
All good things must end, and so shall it be with Greek Week. On Friday, a game of musical chairs, titled King of the Throne, will occur in the CSU Hearth Lounge, along with a Dragon Egg Hunt, which will take place around campus. On April 14, an awards banquet will recognize the contributions of the Greek community and the faculty who support its organizations.
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