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Multicultural Greek Council presents “Rooted in Culture”

With four councils in Greek Life that serve towards different Greek organizations, it is important to know what each council does differently and what makes them a part of Greek Life. That is why these councils try to showcase what their council does individually and what contributions they make to the Greek Life community.

Because of this, the Multicultural Greek Council is providing the chance for its organization to showcase what they do to the students of Greek Life and the students outside of Greek Life at CSU. The focus is primarily on the organizations of MGC, this event provides a great learning experience for people in the other councils of Greek Life and for students who are interested in learning about MGC.

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This event is taking place in the LSC Theatre at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26, so if you are interested in knowing more about the council and its organizations or want to see what this part of Greek Life does, then go check it out.

Collegian Editor at Large Usman Bandukda can be reached at community@collegain.com

Multicultural Greek Council presents “Rooted in Culture”

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