The Interfraternity Council
is proud to announce that, for the first time ever, each frat on campus will be
joining forces to provide for a very special cause. For community service
hours, girls in any campus organization can sign up to take a chartered bus to
the projects and deliver hand jobs to homeless men.


IFC president Alex Tamaroy
is thrilled that the fraternities are working together for once. “This will
bring IFC brotherhood to its peak. It was difficult to decide what event would
bring us together, but agreement on this philanthropy was unanimous.” 


Currently the registration
deadline was September 15th, but now they are extending it through
til December 1st. They are hoping their aggressive redesigned ad
campaign,”I mean, one more isn’t gonna kill you, right?” will
recruit girls. In addition, the IFC will also provide a dunk tank’s worth of
vodka cranberries, because, as Tamaroy said, “It’s worked for me in the past.”


Director of Fraternity and
Sorority Affairs Eddie Banks-Crosson could not be reached for comment.