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#1 Melli


Posted 18 March 2014 - 07:31 PM

Every year, groups within CSU are pitted against one another for spring competitions. How these groups are divided is up to you; most are loyal to their greek houses, but students not affiliated with those organizations can sign up for dorm or club-specific groups. (There's even a group for off-campus students.) Of course you're welcome to simply observe or cheer, as at every competition there's plenty of room in the audience.


Feel free to reply to this topic to declare your character's team allegiance. To see what groups your character could go along with, check the student groups list. However there's one rule-- sports teams are not allowed to sign up as a whole (they'd dominate the competition). Not only that, but those involved with CSU's official sports teams are not allowed to participate in that same sport in intramurals, to keep the competition fair. They're welcome to play coach for their team, however, and that tends to get competitive, too.


There's an interesting twist to the intramurals every year to keep it fresh. This year it involves greek houses teaming up together for the competitions (and winning as two)-- yet it's not determined by sister/brother houses. Instead they've been selected at random and the teams are as follows:

  • Omega Sigma Pi and Gamma Mu Rho
  • Beta Upsilon Tau and Omicron Phi Chi
  • Kappa Zeta Epsilon and Lambda Eta Psi
  • Delta Theta Iota and Alpha Xi Nu

Here's a list of the competitions that will take place over the course of the weeks of March 16-29 (the last week being spring break):

  • Sunday, March 16th: Softball tournament day 1.
  • Friday, March 21st (evening): Chess tournament
  • Saturday, March 22nd: barbecue competition and mixer, Delta party
  • Sunday, March 23rd: Softball tournament day 2, Omicron party
  • Monday, March 24th (afternoon): Academic bowl
  • Monday, March 24th (night): Pop culture jeopardy, Alpha/Gamma party
  • Tuesday, March 25th: Volleyball tournament, Omega party
  • Wednesday, March 26th: Ultimate frisbee tournament, Lambda party
  • Thursday, March 27th: Flag football tournament, Beta party
  • Friday, March 28th: Talent show (winner determined by a panel of judges), Kappa party
  • Saturday, March 29th (morning/afternoon): traditional competition (involving tug-of-war, obstacle course relay, dodgeball, hot dog eating contest, three-legged race, capture the flag, arm-wrestling tournament, etc.)
  • Saturday, March 29th (night): spring semi-formal, announcement of winners

This event will be available for rp until the end of April. Have fun!


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