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GALLERY: Tugs Day 1

Analicia Haynes, Editor-in-Chief

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Monday was more than a game of tug of war.

It was a competition that meant points for a sorority or fraternity, it was a challenge to avoid being dragged into the murky water that is the Campus Pond and it was a mission to see who was the top dog.

Monday was the first round of Tugs.

Alpha Phi, Sigma Sigma Sigma and Pi Kappa Alpha won the first round of Tugs over Sigma Kappa, Delta Delta Delta and Lambda Chi, respectively.

Tugs is an annual tournament and staple of Greek Week that spans across four days. There is a round on Monday, Wednesday and Friday followed by the final competition on Saturday after Pyramids, another Greek Week challenge.

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