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SLIDESHOW: Greek Showdown

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The sisters of Sigma Lambda Gamma and Lambda Theta Alpha worked together to coordinate Greek Showdown, a philanthropic event that allowed participating organizations to showcase their respective step, stroll and salute.

A stroll off is dancing synced with music, while a salute is poetry in motion; each one shows a different tradition. This philanthropic event raised money from each of the participants involved, while bringing together for the first time the collaborative efforts of Sigma Lambda Gamma and Lambda Theta Alpha.

The winners of the competition were the brothers of Sigma Lambda Beta fraternity.

Photos by Brittney Bomnin and Mariana Zapotilova // The Miami Hurricane

April 1, 2010

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