Airbands settles rivalries, Delts take home the prize

Student organizations used Gamma Phi Beta’s philanthropy event, Airbands, to settle the rivalries of this generation.

The Delta Tau Delta fraternity and Team Shaka, a hip-hop dance team on campus, took first place with their performance of “Austin Powers vs. Dr. Evil” while the Phi Delta Theta fraternity and the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority took second place with their performance of “Hip-Hop vs. Rock,” and third place went to the Beta Theta Pi fraternity and the Alpha Phi sorority for their performance of “Los Angeles vs. New York.”

The Kappa Alpha Theta sorority and the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity won “Best Costume” for their “Fire vs. Ice” performance and the Pi Beta Phi sorority and the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity won “Most Creative Theme” for their rendition of “Coachella vs. Stagecoach.”

The money raised by ticket sales and team registrations will benefit Girls on the Run, Gamma Phi Beta’s national philanthropy, which helps train girls to run a 5k.

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  • There is a rumor going around campus that Dean Price threatened consequences if a certain team placed. (They did not) his personal opinion of chapters should not be a part of competition. the panther should look into this.

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