The building of a can castle, a rope pull and other fun activities are just a few signs of Greek Week, an annual tradition at Case Western Reserve University. Events for this year’s celebration are scheduled for April 2-9.
Greek Week is a series of events sponsored by Order of Omega, a Greek honorary society, and is philanthropic, academic and athletic in nature. About 1,000 undergraduates representing numerous chapters of fraternities and sororities will participate in festivities that promote Greek and campus community spirit.
According to the Greek Life Office, approximately 30 percent of the undergraduate community at Case belongs to a fraternity or sorority. During the 2004-05 academic year, these organizations reported over 10,000 hours of community service, and over 70 charities benefited from involvement from Case fraternities and sororities.
For more information about Greek Week, contact the Greek Life Office at (216) 368-3954.
Posted by: Heidi Cool, March 29, 2006 09:41 AM | News Topics: Events
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