‘Let’s do it for the girls’: Greek life tackles Ewing’s Sarcoma


By Madison Lipton

At the same time, the fraternity members will be coaching and cheerleading, and some will even be walking around the track in high heels for their Walk a Mile in Her Shoes philanthropy event to raise funds and awareness for domestic violence and battered women.

“Walk a Mile in her Shoes is an opportunity for Greek men to demonstrate our collective support of women’s rights and to acknowledge the inequalities that continue to plague our society today,” said Interfraternity Council president Owen Miller ‘12.

Timothy Dunn, Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, stresses the importance of the walk because “it takes fraternity men and puts them in a position to raise awareness about the cause of violence against women. I am proud of them for doing this because the only way to end violence is to educate other men, and give them the support and tools they need to chance and not commit acts of violence of women.”

Wristbands, which are required for admission to the game, are currently being sold in Reamer for $5 and will be sold on the night of the event for $7.


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