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Penn State Figure Skating, Skull House Represent Fruitful THON Pairing

Penn State Figure Skating, Skull House Represent Fruitful THON PairingBrothers,

My name is Stuart Ferguson and I am currently a brother in my sophomore year at Penn State’s Phi Kappa Sigma.  I reach out to you today on behalf of myself, my Co-THON Chair Travis Bradley, and your other undergraduate brothers to update you on our THON 2018 effort and to encourage any alumni who wish to be involved to do so.  As many of you know, THON is Penn State’s student-run philanthropy dedicated to enhancing the lives of those children affected by pediatric cancer.  We provide emotional and financial support for families and fund critical research in pursuit of a cure.

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Staying Connected With Phi Kappa Sigma

“Three upper classmen that were brothers in the house played rugby with me on the Penn State Rugby Club. Erik Chizmar ‘89, who played rugby with us, was my rush chairman, and my good friend from grade school, Jeff Fewlass ‘89, was joining as a freshman as well,” Richard Cassidy ’89 recounts how he came to be a member of Phi Kappa Sigma Penn State.

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