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Georgia Southerns PHA and Armstrongs CPH attend CCWL Conference; Multiple Students and Chapters Given Awards at The Greek Awards; Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life Hosts Trick or Treat on Greek Street; Southerns Panhellenic Association (PHA) attended the Coalition for Collegiate Womens Leadership Conference.

The Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art on the Georgia Southern University Armstrong 9am Fine Arts Gallery Register Watch This I'm Interested. Friday movie series. This event is free and open to the public. 6pm Russell Union Theatre 1085 Watch This I'm Interested. Volleyball vs. Appalachian State. Athletics. Sororities and fraternities on MTSU's Greek row held a trick or treat event on Thursday, Oct.

30. Photo by Samantha Hearn. Members of MTSU's Alpha Omicron Pi sorority pass out candy on Oct. 30. Through the Georgia Southern Prayer Walk, many walls have crumbled and bridges built, not only on Greek Row, but throughout the campus of Georgia Southern University and beyond, said Liz Corbett, Georgia Southern Alpha Delta Pi During one night near Halloween, we invite all the kids from the local areas to Greek Row to go down this road and trick or treat at the houses. This is another way we get creative as well.

Things often seen are Greeks dressed up in costumes (shocker I know), haunted houses, inflatable bouncy houses, and ring tosses. Greek Street TrickorTreat Join Georgia Southern University fraternities and sororities for one of Georgia Southerns most popular Halloween traditions Greek Street TrickorTreat.

Children and their families are invited to visit Greek Row (Olympic Boulevard) on Georgia Southerns campus for this familyfriendly trickortreating tradition. Halloween is coming early to the Statesboro community with the Greek Street Trick or Treat event. A longstanding tradition for Georgia Southern Fraternities and Sororities, this event allows kids from around Statesboro to come together and participate in Halloween festivities in a safe environment Dylan Lee, 20, of Statesboro and Deuce Gibbs, 21, of Gainesville, Ga.

make their way down Georgia Southern's Greek Row by candlelight during Wednesday's GSU Prayer Walk. For the third year in a row, students gathered to pray for the community and the upcoming school year.

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