Cornell’s Greek community converged to “outwit, outplay and outlast” each other in the annual Greek Week, which began Wednesday and ended on Saturday.
The theme this year was “Greek Week: Survivor,” and events included a carnival, various team challenges and a canned food drive.
Thursday’s carnival on Ho Plaza offered inflatable basketball, free popcorn and cotton candy and ladderball, among other entertainment, to members of the Cornell community.
A canned food drive was held throughout the carnival in conjunction with United Way. Over 3,500 cans were collected, according to Jessica Powers ’11, vice president of programming for the Panhellenic Council.