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On Sunday, April 17, 20 teams participated in Zeta Psi’s “Dine & Dash” event to raise money for the Red Cross Pacific Tsunami Relief. Teams consisted of four runners, each of whom had to run a lap of the outdoor track, eat a cheeseburger from UBurger, and run another lap. The top finish was Phi Sigma with a time of 18 minutes 24 seconds. Zeta Psi raised $2,650 at the event. Fraternities, sororities, and clubs came out in support of the event, some humorously. The MIT Drama Club carried a giraffe as they ran, and members of the Aero-Disastro Course 16.5 Club juggled and unicycled their way around the track.
On Sunday, April 17, 20 teams participated in Zeta Psi’s “Dine & Dash” event to raise money for the Red Cross Pacific Tsunami Relief. Teams consisted of four runners, each of whom had to run a lap of the outdoor track, eat a cheeseburger from UBurger, and run another lap. The top finish was Phi Sigma with a time of 18 minutes 24 seconds. Zeta Psi raised $2,650 at the event. Fraternities, sororities, and clubs came out in support of the event, some humorously. The MIT Drama Club carried a giraffe as they ran, and members of the Aero-Disastro Course 16.5 Club juggled and unicycled their way around the track.