The Delta Tau chapter provided students with the opportunity to go Greek during its celebration, Red and Gold Week, which began with festivities on March 1.

“It is a great way to bring in money and for us to showcase the campus on what we’re doing and to educate the public in general about our philanthropy. … Philanthropy is a great tool to utilize and educate the campus on who they are and what they do,” said Aneesh Sreedhar, a third-year civil engineering student and chapter president. The weeklong event honors the charity The Painted Turtle organization, which is a series of summer camps for children with disabilities and life-threatening illnesses.

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