Sororities and fraternities team up for Skit Night

TROY, Ala. (TROJANVISION) — Troy University’s Greek organizations banded together to compete in this year’s Skit Night.

During the competition, members of the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) and the Interfraternity Council (IFC) teamed up.

“It is an annual event competition between all of our different Greek organizations NPHC, IFC, PHC,” said Greek Week committee member Caleb Smith. “It is just a great way to band together as one Greek community and just to have friendly competition throughout the week.”

Skit Night saw student organizations battle it out in a dance competition and showcase choreographed routines.

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“We have a bunch of different diverse Greek chapters on campus, so it is just a great way to come together for a friendly competition of different things like dance, stroll, tailgate, food things like that,” Smith explained.

Student organizers said they look forward to this event every year and love the healthy competition that it brings to the student body.

“I enjoy all of the events that we have going on this week,” said event coordinator Destyni Peoples. “I enjoy seeing them each and every year. I graduated from here so I get to see them annually.”

Skit Night is also a way for organizations to build relationships that showcase unity at the university.

“They have also been practicing for weeks on end, so I love seeing the different bonds that they have built with the different organizations that they are paired with for this week,” Peoples told TrojanVision.

Greek Week is also a major fundraiser for TROY’s Greek organizations. Greek members say the money raised during the week will go to philanthropies around the the Troy and Pike County area.