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PHOTO STORY

BY: Luna Anna Archev

' 'The' National Panhellenic Council of the nine historically Black fraternities and sororities on campus took center stage last Thurs-
day night with their Midnight Madness annual step show. Starting at 11:59pm these nine organizations took command of the steps of
Hatcher Graduate Library, some students wearing the official apparel of their respective fraternities. Each organization in turn con-
trolled the 'stage' for their time to declare what it takes to join these historic groups. The brothers of each fraternity combined steps
with chants, representing their respective groups. Students gathered in throngs to watch the show, some dancing and chanting along.

(1) LSA senior Dominique Green performs with Omega Psi Phi. (2) LSA seniors Bree Sullivan and Sunasia Echols sing with Zeta Phi Beta. (3) Students gather on
the Diag to watch the show. (4) Nursing senior Brianna Kline shows her sign of Delta Sigma Theta. (5) LSA senior Brian Dickerson of Kappa Alpha Psi performs. (6)
Members of fraternities and sororities perform on the Diag.

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