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Greek ‘Wars’ Provide Colorful Sunny-Day Fun


The 'Blue Team' primes its sponges for action Ryan M. Enders, president of Sigma Nu, douses an 'enemy' Taking aim Among the 'warriors,' from left, are Phi Mu Delta's Steven J. Kanaley and Dustin C. Bailey, Sigma Nu's Enders, and Kayla E. Bosley The multicolored spoils of warThree loosely formed teams did battle during Greek Color Wars, held Tuesday evening on the lawn outside the Thompson Professional Development Center. Tossing sponges soaked in washable children’s paint (bought by the gallon and diluted with water), the teams red, blue and green vied for superiority in a contest that ultimately was won by all. Anyone was welcome to participate in the Inter-Fraternity Council-sponsored event, as long as they weren’t afraid to get wet, dyed and dirty. Photos by Erin M. Datteri, assistant director of student activities for Greek life and leadership

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