By Michael Velez
On Wednesday night, Fairleigh Dickinson University’s area behind the Student Union Building came alive with food, games, and music. Organized by the Inter-Greek Council, the event drew a diverse group of students, reflecting the inclusive nature of the campus community.
Among the many activities, students enjoyed games like cup pong, connect four, Jenga, and basketball. However, the standout feature of the night was the stepping and strolling traditions of the sororities and fraternities present. These performances offered a glimpse into the rich culture and tradition embedded within the student community.
Even though the event was planned to end at 11:00 p.m., students were still gathered until the middle of the night, which demonstrated how successful the event was.
From its many events, FDU continues to be a sphere for student connection.
Illustration by Timothy Zubov: Artwork in illustration taken from original flyer made by FDU Metro Greek Life.