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Eta Sigma Phi Picnic

Eta Sigma Phi Reading Day Picnic
Front of Park Hall

Reading Day, May 4th. Food will be provided, and it will be a good idea for you to bring something to sit on. We will have our last general body meeting at this event, and we will also be announcing the winners of the elections. Additionally, ΗΣΦ will be accepting book donations up until Reading Day, May 4th.

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