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The Spectator presents:
Greek ExplosionPhotos by: Sarah Turner
Tate Godwin, public relations major, and Kike Martinez, economics major,
watch their fellow Sigma Chi members pass a football from their table.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon members, Dylan Steed, political science major, and
Davis Haney, accounting major, compete in a game of corn hole.
De'Jeuan Winfield, early childhood education major, and Valeric
Lawrence, nursing major, show off their pretty, pink and green AKA board.
Sigma Nu relaxes during the Greek Explosion by bringing out two couches.
Campus Activity Board members, Nequa Ross, criminal justice major, and
Brittany O'Neal, international business major, wait for the festivities to
begin. CAB sponsored the event by supplying all of the inflatables and
handing out free prizes.
Greek students gather to inform other students about their organizations.
Students take advantage of free food offered at the Greek Explosion.
Alpha Sigma Alpha members throw up their organizations signs as they
take a break from informing other students about their organization.
Keyondra Brooks, psychology major, informs another student about Sigma
Maggie, a German Shepherd belonging to a Kappa Alpha member, enjoys
the festivities too.
Chi Omega pose for a picture in their matching mint green letter shirts.
Austin Harris, business management major, shoots for
two in one of the inflatable attractions.
DJ Big Twin plays music and peps up the crowd at the event. DJ Big Town
can also be heard on the radio show, Big in the Streets.
Andre Davis, middle grade education major, promotes
his fraternity, Phi Beta Sigma.
As the event became more crowded, a fight broke out in front of
Palms Dining. A few shoes were lost, but no one was hurt or
Chance Cuellar, English major, throws a football into one of the inflatable
attractions as he takes a break from informing students about Pi Kappa Phi.
Towards the end of the night, Delta Sigma Theta members showed off
their dance moves which started a dance party for all of the event-goers.