‘MAN-i-Cures’ – Where Charity, Service Go Hand-in-Hand

  • Published March 23, 2017
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Charitable purveyors of Greek Life handiwork line the right side of the "MAN-i-Cures" table outside the Keystone Dining Room on Wednesday. Tending to patrons (from left) are Efrem K. Foster, of Williamsport; Kyeesha Douglas, of Philadelphia; Seth M. Young, of Jersey Shore; Andrew A. Smith, of Philadelphia; and Benjamin O. Bauman, of Moscow.

Douglas adds a beautifying touch for Emmanuel C. Nwosu, of Loganville, Ga., ...

... deftly applying multiple options from the available palette.

Color + concentration = brag-worthy results

Greek Life’s “MAN-i-Cures” fundraiser returned to campus this week, raising money for five charities. Representatives of Penn College’s three fraternities –  Omega Delta Sigma, Phi Mu Delta and Sigma Pi – painted nails in a specific color for each customer’s selected cause: purple for domestic violence awareness, pink for breast cancer awareness, teal for sexual assault awareness, blue for autism awareness and yellow for suicide prevention. The fourth annual event was held in two locations Wednesday before concluding Thursday night in the Bush Campus Center lobby.
Photos by Tia G. La, student photographer