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Photo Gallery: Engineering, Greek Weeks combine

Engineering and Greek Week occurred at the same time this week, causing a mix of fraternity, sorority and engineer-filled events to pop up around campus. Check out the gallery below for a recap of some of the week’s happenings.

Engineering students row on Lake Osceola to test their canoe made out of concrete Monday afternoon. Kawan Amelung // Staff Photographer

Engineering students row on Lake Osceola to test their canoe made out of concrete Monday afternoon. Kawan Amelung // Staff Photographer

Student engineers work together to keep their teammates sticking to the wall of the McArthur Engineering building for the Duct Tape Competition held Tuesday afternoon. Shreya Chidarala // Staff Photographer

Student engineers work together to keep their teammates sticking to the wall of the McArthur Engineering building for the Duct Tape Competition held Tuesday afternoon. Shreya Chidarala // Staff Photographer

Freshmen Sean McDuffie and Landon Mediavilla joust outside the engineering school Tuesday afternoon as part of Engineering Week. Giancarlo Falconi // Staff Photographer

Freshmen Sean McDuffie and Landon Mediavilla joust outside the engineering school Tuesday afternoon as part of Engineering Week. Giancarlo Falconi // Staff Photographer

Dr. Jaydeep Mukherjee, Director of NASA's Florida Space Grant Consortium, presents to engineering students about opportunities for grants, fellowships, and scholarships Wednesday afternoon in the engineering school. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

Jaydeep Mukherjee, Director of NASA’s Florida Space Grant Consortium, presents to engineering students about opportunities for grants, fellowships, and scholarships Wednesday afternoon in the engineering school. Hallee Meltzer // Photo Editor

Sophomore and Pi Kappa Phi brother Thomas Rappa is prepped to donate blood during the annual Greek Week blood drive hosted in the Shalala Student Center Wednesday afternoon. Victoria McKaba // Assistant Photo Editor

Sophomore and Pi Kappa Phi brother Thomas Rappa is prepped to donate blood during the annual Greek Week blood drive hosted in the Shalala Student Center Wednesday afternoon. Victoria McKaba // Assistant Photo Editor

The audience for the Greek God and Goddess event cheers on a Goddess contestant by waving their phones in the air with the flashlight setting on. The event was rescheduled to Friday evening after an unexpected rain storm interrupted the performances. Hallie Schechter // Contributing Photographer

The audience for the Greek God and Goddess event cheers on a Goddess contestant by waving their phones in the air with the flashlight setting on. The event was rescheduled to Friday evening after an unexpected rain storm interrupted the performances. Hallie Schechter // Contributing Photographer

February 25, 2016

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