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Indiana University absolutely kills the philanthropy game and a very good lesson can be learned from them.  More colleges need to have campus-wide Greek philanthropies instead of each house trying to do their own thing.  I mean what frat doesn’t want to be competing against other houses?

This year, Indiana raised just over $60,000 for The American Brain Tumor Association and Jack Miller, a local youth that was recently diagnosed with leukemia.

Huge thanks to Collegiate Charities for putting on this annual event!

Author: Curtis Michael

(@curtlsmlchael) One of the founders of College Weekly and also the sweetest guy you'll ever meet. Graduated high school and college in six years so he's kind of smart too.

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