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Fraternities and Sororities Stand Up Against Malaria 

To address the growing malaria epidemic in Africa and help provide treatment, Greeks for Good is launching a new program, Power of One. The organization is calling for all sororities and fraternities to get involved to raise money for this cause. The chapters that raise the most can win a chance to meet Smash’s Katherine McPhee and have her come to their campus. 

 

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