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Think Pink and Go Dawgs

Mississippi State University's Zeta Tau Alpha recognizes breast cancer survivor's at the women's basketball game February 10th.


Pink is the way to think! Come out this Sunday, February 10th to support Mississippi State University women's basketball team (9-0) when they take on Tennessee (4-5) at the Humphrey Coliseum here on campus. This game will be a little special, though.

The senior members of the Gamma Zeta chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha here at Mississippi State will be escorting local breast cancer survivors onto the court at halftime to be recognized. Not only can you come to support the Dawgs, but you can support a group of brave women.

The game starts at 1:00 pm, but make sure to keep an eye out for girls wearing pink shirts and smiles before the game to grab a breast cancer awareness ribbon to show your support! If you want to further your support for breast cancer survivors, be sure to purchase a ticket for Zeta Tau Alpha's Brownies for Breast Cancer Awareness philanthropy event. Tickets are only $5 and can be purchased online or from a Zeta around campus.

The event will take place at the Zeta Tau Alpha house on sorority row on February 21st from 8:00 pm to 12:00 am. Brownies and ice cream will be served along with all your favorite toppings and famous MSU milk! This philanthropy event is not only a fun way to get together with friends and eat some delicious brownies and ice cream but to recognize a great organization and donate to a worthwhile cause. So, go out, watch some basketball, eat some brownies, and think pink!

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