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1 GREEK WEEK 2015 OFFICIAL RULES

2 Greek Week 2015 Steering Committee Chair: Morgan Bolger, ΣΦΕ (mwb58) Rules & Events: Rachael Becker, Sigma Psi (rrb68) Communications: Evan Ostrowski, ΖΒΤ (eto6) Logistics: Monica Blanco, ΔΓ (mpb92) Public Relations: Katie Rose, ΚΑΘ (kar100) Treasurer: Julian Potter, ΣΝ (jrp145) Risk Manager: Corey Bruner, ΖΨ (ctb34) Special Events: Anton Spencer, ΣΝ (ars156) Civics: Mary Clare Flaherty, ΦΜ (mcf67) Members-at-Large: Charlotte Sanfilippo, AΦ (crs142) & Matthew Dowling, ΦΔΘ (mdd63) GLO Advisor: Jamie Linnn (jml249) Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 2

3 Statement of Ethics The Office of Greek Life, the Greek Week Steering Committee, the Interfraternity Congress, and the Panhellenic Council realize that Greek activities, e.g. Greek Week, support the academic mission of Case Western Reserve University and therefore play a vital role in a Greek s education. We further realize that these activities provide important life skills concerning teamwork, sportsmanship, and more importantly, winning and losing. Through competition, Greeks learn self-discipline, build self-esteem and self-confidence, and develop the necessary skills to handle competitive situations. Code of Conduct All Greeks attending and participating in an event shall not violate the alcohol and drug policies of Case Western Reserve University, the Greek Week Alcohol Policy, and the FIPG Policies during an event. During an event, all Greeks attending and participating in that event are expected to conduct themselves in a manner of sportsmanship that will reflect positively upon the Greek System, Case Western Reserve University, and the local community. The goal of Greek Week is to contribute to a Greek s education, but classroom work must still be the primary concern of each student. Each Greek is expected to maintain his/her classroom performance throughout Greek Week. All officials are expected to be treated with respect during an event by all Greeks participating and attending that event. For every event, the participating Greeks must have proper identification and display that identification when prompted by an official during the check-in period of the event. Enthusiasm is an inherent aspect of all competitive events; however, all participants are to maintain a level of respect for themselves and those around them. Any violation of these above policies or disregard for the spirit of Greek Week shall be dealt with first by the Officials of Greek Week and the Director of Greek Life, and second, if need be, by the Interfraternity or Panhellenic Judicial Boards. I, (Chapter President) of (Chapter), have read to my chapter the above Greek Week Code of Conduct and my chapter and I understand and agree to abide by it. President Signature Date Greek Week Chair Date Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 3

4 General Rules 1. The evening before each event, a meeting will be held with the Greek Week committee and the Greek Week chairs from the chapters that are running events the following day. The Greek Week Committee will outline and interpret the rules of their event. The meetings will take place at the end of each day s competitions. Failure to send a representative will result in a DQ from the next day s events. 2. To be awarded any trophies or awards, chapters must participate in every event throughout Greek Week. If a chapter receives a DQ from an event, they will not be able to receive any trophies or awards for the week for the remainder of the week. Trophies won in a prior event to the DQ are retained. A DQ does not affect the scoring of events that have already happened. DQ d chapters may participate in subsequent events for no points. All other chapters that participated in the event will be moved up from the DQ chapter s standing down. 3. Points will be awarded both for participation and for placing in each event. All ruling decisions will be made by representatives of the sponsoring chapter and will be overseen by at least two members of the Greek Week Committee. Sponsoring chapters will have the authority to rule that a team cannot place in an event based upon the rules for No Placement (NP) for that event. A "No Placement" or NP will cause a chapter to only be awarded participation points for that event, regardless of the team s final score or time. Only the Greek Week Committee has the authority to disqualify a team from an event completely, known as "Complete DQ" or DQ. In the event of a Complete DQ, placement and participation points will not be awarded. 4. Teams are expected to compete at their respective time. If the entire competing team is not checked in (all participating members must check in at every event with their Case IDs) and ready to compete at the designated time, this will be considered grounds for a NP from that event. If there is a problem with the order for an event, please approach the Committee when the order sheets are passed out. Otherwise, the team will receive a NP. 5. All coaches and participants for events must be active members in good standing of a chapter on this campus, must not have obtained a bachelor s degree, and must have signed a waiver. The only exception shall be the case of alumni coaches for rope pull, and a special waiver will need to be signed in this case. 6. The Greek Week Committee and full-time paid staff members of Greek Life reserve the right to expel any individual, group of individuals, chapters, or groups of chapters at any time prior to, during, or after Greek Week for unsportsmanlike conduct or behavior unbecoming of a member of our Greek Community. An expulsion of a chapter means the forfeiting of trophies or awards, and disallowing participation in all subsequent Greek Week events. 7. In the event that a chapter wishes to file a grievance against another chapter, the grievance must be communicated by only the Greek Week chair and must be heard or received by the Chair of the Greek Week Committee, the Rules & Events Chair of the Committee, the designated Greek Life Office staff member, and the Director of Greek Life within 24 hours of the completion of the event in question. 8. Only one representative from each chapter may approach the Greek Week Committee members concerning a ruling decision. More than one person approaching the Greek Week Committee will be considered grounds for complete DQ from that event. That person should be the Greek Week chair (or acting chair) from the chapter. No videotapes or audiotapes will be accepted as part of a chapter s appeal for any event. All decisions on grievances are made at the discretion of the Greek Week Committee. 9. Scripts for Greek Sing and Variety Show must be turned in to the Greek Week Committee by the date and time stated in the handbook for each event. The committee reserves the right to Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 4

5 request that part or all of the script be changed if it is determined to contain vulgarity and/or offensive content. If the chapter decides to perform the script or another script without appropriate changes, they will receive an NP for the event and may be subject to disciplinary action at the discretion of the Greek Week Committee and may be referred to their respective judicial board. Any offensive content in a chapter s banner and/or can castle will result in the same consequences as above. If no script is provided, the chapter will not be permitted to participate. 10. Any necessary equipment will be purchased and distributed by the Greek Week Committee by request of the sponsoring chapter. Storage of equipment during Greek Week will be the responsibility of the sponsoring chapter, unless provided by the committee. If the fraternity or sorority fails to return a piece of equipment, they will be responsible for the replacement costs. Sponsoring chapters will be expelled from Greek Week if they do not clean up after their event. 11. In the event of an equipment failure, the judge of that event is responsible for calling the error by throwing out a signal flag or blowing a whistle. Upon seeing this flag or hearing the whistle, the event participant or team captain may either immediately stop or continue. If the participant chooses to stop, he/she will be permitted to retry the entire event after the other teams or participants have finished. If the participant opts not to stop, he/she may not contest the equipment error with the judge afterwards. 12. In the event a penalty is assessed on a team, the official time keeper will record the penalty. Following the team s completion of the event, their Greek Week Chair may request a list of the assessed penalties. 13. Practice trenches for rope pull may not be dug until Friday, February 20, 2015 at 11:59:59 PM. All trench locations must be confirmed with the Greek Week Committee by Saturday, March 21, All trenches must be filled in and reseeded by Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 11:59 PM. Trenches may be dug on the following campus grounds only: (1) between the fraternities buildings on Murray Hill Road, and (2) at the corner lot "par course" at Carlton Road and Overlook Road. Chapters that own their property may dig trenches on their private property or on these specified campus grounds. Chapters may not dig trenches in any campus locations other than the three specified locations. Chapters may not dig trenches in any tree lawn. The tree lawn is the area between the street and the sidewalk. All chapters in the area (Murray Hill, Bellflower, Carlton, or Magnolia) of an unfilled trench will be completely disqualified from Rope Pull. Final location determinations will be made by plant services and the Greek Week Committee. If any chapter in an area refuses to comply the remaining chapters should contact the Greek Week Committee. 14. No teams may hold practices for any Greek Week events before Friday, February 20, 2015 at 11:59:59 PM. Practices include any official, organized meetings of members engaging in activity to rehearse for a Greek Week event. Practices do not include informal planning meetings. Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 5

6 Greek Week Alcohol Policy In accordance with federal, state, and local laws and policies set by the Case Western Reserve University Judicial Board, IFC and Panhel Judicial Boards, and FIPG guidelines: all Greek Week events will be alcohol-free events (dry). Any violation of this policy will be handled as follows: 1. Any individual who is found to be in possession of alcohol and is approached by a member of the Greek Week Committee, Greek Life Staff, or officiating Greek Week personnel will be asked to dump out any opened alcohol containers, and to forfeit any closed alcohol containers. The name and chapter affiliation of that person will be noted. 2. If the individual refuses to dump out and/or forfeit their alcohol, they will be escorted from the event by Case security. 3. Anyone escorted from an event will not be allowed to participate in any further Greek Week competitions. 4. As any event that appears to be a chapter event is considered so by FIPG: if two or more members of the same chapter are approached at an event, that chapter will receive a DQ from the event, will receive no participation points, and will forfeit all trophies won. 5. A second violation of the alcohol policy by an individual or chapter will result in a complete expulsion from all of Greek Week for this (2015) and next (2016) years Greek Weeks. This policy begins 12:01 AM, Sunday, March 22, 2015 and extends through 11:59 PM, Sunday, March 29, Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 6

7 Greek Week Chair Responsibility 1. The Greek Week Chair is responsible for attending all Greek Week meetings before Greek Week and all event meetings (as described above in general rule #1) during Greek Week. If no representative from a chapter is present at a meeting prior to Greek Week, the chapter will lose one point for each absence. The Chair is responsible for communicating all information learned in these meetings to his/her chapter. If the Chairperson is unable to attend a meeting, a suitable substitute must be selected. Only in the event of a chapter-wide mandatory event conflict (i.e. ritual initiation, mandatory national event) may absences be excused. 2. The Greek Week Chair is responsible for organizing any event that his/her chapter sponsors. This includes: Ensuring the availability of proper equipment, unless provided by the committee. Defining the rules (in conjunction with the Rules Chair). Clearly communicating the rules to the officials. Conducting the event meeting with Greek Week Committee and other chapter chairs the evening before sponsored event. Ensuring that the event starts on time and proceeds efficiently. Being available to answer any questions about the rules of the event. Cleaning up after the event. Ensuring that the events are conducted in a manner that promotes honesty, fairness, and is non-offensive Acting in a manner which reflects well upon the fraternity system 3. The chapter running each event will have the first say in any discussion of rules or appeal of results. 4. The Greek Week Chair is the sole spokesperson for the chapter in communication with the Greek Week Committee, including but not limited to: questions about rules, discussions with officials, and complaints to the Greek Week Committee. Only one chairperson per chapter may act as the spokesperson for the entire week. If for any reason, a Greek Week chair cannot be present at an event, the Greek Week Committee must be notified in writing by the end of the previous day s events. Any chapter that violates this policy will be subject to disqualification from the event at which the incident occurs. 5. Finally, please remember that the Greek Week Chair is responsible for setting an example of integrity and honor for his/her chapter for the week. If the Chairperson does not meet his/her responsibilities, the chapter will struggle with Greek Week. Open and efficient communication between Greek Week Chairs and the Greek Week Committee and a positive attitude of cooperation on both sides will help to make Greek Week 2015 a success for all involved. Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 7

8 Schedule of Events Sunday, March 22, 2015 Greek III ΘΧ / ΖΒΤ 12:00 PM and 2 PM, Tinkham Veale Center, Ballroom Monday, March 23, 2015 Faculty Bruncheon FIJI / ΔΣΦ 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, and 12:00 PM, Tinkham Veale Center Senior Classrooms A, B, First Floor Conference Room, Gaming Room Wednesday, March 25, 2015 Greek Sing ΦΚΤ / ΠΚΦ 6:00 PM (Doors open at 5:30), Tinkham Veale Center, Ballroom Thursday, March 26, 2015 Letter Check-in ΔΥ / ΚΑΘ 11:00 AM 4:00 PM, Thwing Atrium Variety Show 6:30 PM, Lakewood Civic Auditorium Friday, March 27, 2015 Banner Competition 10:00 AM 4:00 PM, Case Quad or Adelbert Gym Raft Race ΣΦΕ / ΔΓ 5:00 PM, Veale Center, New Pool Knockout ΔΤΔ / ΦΜ, immediately following Raft Race, Veale Center, Horsburgh Gymnasium Dodgeball ΣΧ / ΑΧΩ, immediately following Knockout, Veale Center, Indoor Track & Courts Saturday, March 28, 2015 Obstacle Course ΒΘΠ / ΣΣΣ 9:30 AM, Veale Center, Indoor Track & Courts Can Castle ΔX / ΦΣΡ immediately following Obstacle Course, Veale Center, Indoor Track and Courts Egg Toss ΦΚΨ / ΠΒΦ immediately following Can Castle, Freiberger Field Pyramid ΣΝ / AΦ immediately following Egg Toss, Freiberger Field Sunday, March 29, 2015 Rope Pull ΦΔΘ / Sigma Psi 12:00 PM, Freiberger Field Awards Ceremony, following Rope Pull, Freiberger Field Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 8

9 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday FEBRUARY Logo Contest Ends Signed Statement of Ethics Due Practices May Begin (11:59 PM) GW Chairs Meeting MARCH Spring Break 10 Spring Break 11 Spring Break 12 Spring Break 13 Spring Break GW Chairs Meeting Trench Locations Reported to GWC 22 Alcohol Policy Begins (12:01 AM) Greek III 29 Rope Pull 23 Faculty Bruncheon Greek Sing Text & Variety Show Script Due (5 PM) 24 Variety Show Audio Due (6:30 PM) 25 Greek Sing 26 Letter Check-In, Variety Show 27 Banner, Raft Race, Knockout, Dodgeball GW Chairs Meeting 28 Can Castle, Obstacle Course, Egg Toss, Pyramid Trenches Reseeded (11:59 PM) Alcohol Policy Ends (11:59 PM) Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 9

10 Pytte Cup Chapters applying for 3 Chapter Development Sections Chapters applying for 4 Chapter Development Sections Participation Events Fraternity Sorority Letter check-in Fraternity 30% Participation 70% Participation Sorority 30% Participation 70% Participation Worth 3 points 5 points Worth 5 points 5 points Worth 5 points 10 points 3 points 5 points Greek III Scoring Fraternities 15% attendance 30% attendance Sororities 15% attendance 30% attendance Placement Events Fraternity 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Participation Sorority 1st 2nd 3rd Participation Worth 5 points 15 points 3 points 8 points Worth 12 points 9 points 6 points 3 points 2 points 1 point 5 points 5 points 3 points 1 point 5 points Academics Fraternities above 2.9 for most up to date semester on file Sororities above 2.9 for most up to date semester on file Each 0.1 above 2.9 Chapters with no information will receive 0 points Worth 5 points 3 points 1 points Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 10

11 1. ΑΧΩ 2. ΑΦ 3. ΒΘΠ 4. ΔΧ 5. ΔΓ 6. ΔΣΦ 7. ΔΤΔ 8. ΔΥ 9. ΚΑΘ 10. FIJI 11. ΦΔΘ 12. ΦΚΨ 13. ΦΚΤ 14. ΦΚΘ 15. ΦΜ 16. ΦΣΡ 17. ΠΒΦ 18. ΠKΦ 19. ΣΑΕ 20. ΣΧ 21. ΣΝ 22. ΣΦΕ 23. Sigma Psi 24. ΣΣΣ 25. ΘΧ 26. ΖΒΤ 27. ΖΨ Scoring System Event Order Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 11

12 Logo Design Competition Event Explanation The purpose of this event is to have chapters each contribute a design to the Logo Design Contest. Event Specifics Each chapter must contribute at least one logo design which creatively incorporates the theme. The logo will be used for public relations purposes. The chapter or individual contest winner will receive a cash prize of $50. Event Rules Designs must be sent to Katie Rose (kar100) by Wednesday, February 11, Event Points Chapters contributing at least one logo design will receive full participation points Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 12

13 Unity Event: Fundraising Drive Event Explanation The purpose of the event is to foster unity among chapters by creating community competition while fundraising for a common cause. Event Specifics The Unity Event will be a fundraiser for a Greek Life Membership Emergency Assistance Fund. The fund allows members of the Greek community who are struggling to pay their membership fees, due to a financial emergency, to apply for assistance based on their financial need. The application process is handled anonymously by the Order of Omega. Event Rules 1. Teams may raise funds from individual chapter members, as well as from alumni and/or community members. There will be three means of donating: a. Credit cards via a university-run website b. Cash or checks may be turned in at designated tables at every event, except Rope Pull c. Case Cash may be used to make donations at those same tables 2. Based off of chapter participation and cumulative donations, chapters will have the opportunity to learn components of Obstacle Course for Greek Week 2016 at least 24 hours in advance of the competition. Timeline The university-run website will open starting the Monday after Spring Break (March 16, 2015). Donations may begin at this time. However, due to processing time, online donations will close Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 11:59 PM. The deadline to donate cash/check/case Cash is by the end of the Pyramid competition on Saturday, March 28, Event Scoring To receive full participation points for 2015, chapters must 1) have donations from at least 50% of their chapter roster, or 2) raise cumulative donations of at least $250. To learn 1 obstacle course event ahead of time, chapters must 1) have donations from at least 60% of their chapter roster, or 2) raise cumulative donations of at least $300. To learn 2 obstacle course events ahead of time, chapters must 1) have donations from at least 75% of their chapter roster, or 2) raise cumulative donations of at least $350. To learn 3 obstacle course events ahead of time, chapters must 1) have donations from 100% of their chapter roster, or 2) raise cumulative donations of at least $450. Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 13

14 Greek III ΘΧ / ΖΒΤ Sunday, March 22, :00PM, 2:00PM, Tinkham Veale Center, Ballroom Event Explanation The purpose of Greek III is to educate the community on a meaningful presentation topic. Event Specifics Each chapter is responsible for attending their assigned Greek III session. At least 30% chapter attendance is required for full participation points. Greek III does count as a Greek Week event; therefore, if chapters do not participate, they will not be eligible to place in any other Greek Week event. Event Rules 1. Any member not staying for the entire session or arriving 10 minutes late will not count in the attendance. 2. Any disruption caused in the session by any chapter or one of its members will result in forfeiting the participation points and an automatic expulsion from Greek Week for the member s respective chapter. Disciplinary action against the individual member and his/her chapter will also be taken Session Assignments: Session A: 12:00 1:15 PM Alpha Phi Alpha Chi Omega Beta Theta Pi Delta Chi Kappa Alpha Theta Phi Kappa Tau Phi Mu Phi Sigma Rho Sigma Chi Sigma Nu Theta Chi Zeta Beta Tau Zeta Psi Session B: 2:00 3:15 PM Delta Gamma Delta Tau Delta Delta Sigma Phi Delta Upsilon FIJI Phi Delta Theta Phi Kappa Psi Phi Kappa Theta Pi Beta Phi Pi Kappa Phi Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Psi Sigma Sigma Sigma Event Scoring Participation points will be awarded as described in the scoring system. See scoring system page. Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 14

15 Faculty Bruncheon FIJI / ΔΣΦ Monday, March 23, 2015 sessions at 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, and 12:00 PM in the Tinkham Veale Center Senior Classrooms A, B, First Floor Conference Room, Gaming Room Event Explanation The purpose of this event is to have chapter members interact with faculty in a meaningful way, demonstrating mutual respect for the intersection of Greek Life and academic life. Event Specifics Students will attend a breakfast or lunch session with a faculty member who will facilitate a discussion among the group. The attire for the event is business casual. Chapters will not be assigned a particular session to attend and all chapter members need not attend the same session. Students will register online for a session of particular intellectual interest. Event Rules 1. Each chapter must send exactly five (5) members. Included in those must be the Greek Week chair and the president. Substitutions may be made only for valid extenuating circumstances. 2. Scholarship chairs are also encouraged, but not required, to attend. 3. Members of the Greek Week Steering Committee, or IFC/Panhel Executive Board who are present at the event do not count towards a chapter s six members. The chapter members who attend must be members other than those representing the organizations mentioned above. 4. Chapter members must remain through the entire session and must be present in body and mind. The event is a reflection of Greek Life and, while enjoyable, should be treated as a serious event. 5. Chapter members arriving more than 15 minutes late will not be counted as having attended. ***Any violation of the above statements will result in no points being awarded** Event Scoring Participation points will be awarded as described in the scoring system. See scoring system page. Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 15

16 Greek Sing ΦΚΤ / ΠΚΦ Wednesday, March 25, :00 PM (Doors open at 5:30), Tinkham Veale Center, Ballroom Event Explanation The purpose of Greek Sing is to share with other chapters a piece of the fraternity/sorority's tradition through song. Event Specifics Each chapter may sing one song with no fewer than five of its members participating. The song should not be a solo effort with backup, but a true group effort. The stage for this year s event will be 18 x24 with steps. Each organization MUST submit the written text of the song it will perform to the Greek Week Committee by 5:00 PM on Monday, March 23, Failure to do so will result in the chapter not being able to participate in Sing. The Greek Week Committee reserves the right to veto any portion of a chapter s song for violation of rule 8. This will be strictly enforced. Event Rules 1. Each performance can be no shorter than thirty seconds and no longer than four minutes. 2. Songs should be kept to the confines of the stage and may not contain elaborate performance content such as dance, props, or accompaniment that would overshadow the singing. 3. There will be no musical accompaniment, costumes or choreography, including any form of coordinated body movement, such as but not limited to: feet movement, dancing, coordinated hand movements such as gesturing, or any movements that correspond to song lyrics. One person may conduct to keep the beat for the group. Any violation of these rules will result in an NP for the event. Clapping, snapping, and slight swaying to the beat of the song is permitted. 4. The song should feature the abilities of all chapter members and therefore, extended solos are not permitted. Any chapter that features a single member or members as the primary singer/s and uses the chapter as backup or chorus singers only will receive a NP for the event. 5. The song must be a traditional chapter song or any contemporary song whose words have been altered to be representative of your organization. 6. The song should pertain to the overall Greek Week theme. 7. All timing shall be done by the Greek Week Committee. 8. The song may not, whether intended or not, include any obscenity or indecency, including, but not limited to, vulgarity, nudity, alcohol or drug references, and portrayals of violence, or have a theme that is negative towards the Greek community or any member chapter, the university, or the Greek Week officials. This Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 16

17 will result in a DQ for the event at the discretion of the judges, and may result in expulsion depending on severity. 9. The places will be awarded at the discretion of the judges, whose decision will be final except for disqualifications or NP s. Event Scoring The event will be judged on the following criteria: Quality of performance of the music (10 pts), Cohesiveness of the group during the performance (5 pts), Creativity and originality of the song as related to the theme (5 pts), Song is related to the chapter (0 pts if no, 5 pts if yes). Normal fraternity/sorority scoring will be used. Judging will be based on vocal quality of the entire chapter only. Event Order Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 17

18 Letter Check-in ΔΥ / ΚΑΘ Thursday, March 26, :00 AM 4:00 PM Thwing Atrium Event Explanation The purpose of this event is to promote Greek spirit by demonstrating chapter affiliation. Chapter members should wear chapter paraphernalia, such as clothing, pins, badges, etc. to celebrate Greek spirit. Chapters are encouraged to show their spirit as a group. Event Specifics Students must present their IDs while visibly displaying chapter paraphernalia at the time they approach the Greek Week Spirit Day check-in table in Thwing. Event Rules 1. Fake IDs will not be accepted. 2. Members may not check in twice or for any individual besides themselves. 3. The same article of clothing (including pins, hats, letters, etc.) may not be checked-in under two different individuals. 4. Members who wish to gain credit for check-in must be wearing the article of clothing or committee-designated promotional item. Upon approaching the table to check-in this must be exposed/visible (i.e. not underneath a sweatshirt or jacket which does not bear letters) 5. If a chapter has new members, they are permitted to check-in with their new member pins. 6. If a member is on Co-op, practicum, or any other university sanctioned off campus opportunity and will not be able to make this event, as it is during normal business hours, their name must be submitted to the Rules, Logistics, and Chair persons of the Greek Week Committee so that the roster may be updated. Those members will not count toward the percentage completion and may not check in for this event. ***Any violation of the above statements will result in an automatic DQ*** Event Scoring Participation points will be awarded as described in the scoring system. See the scoring system page. The chapter or chapters with the highest percentage will receive a certificate but no extra points. Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 18

19 Banner Competition Friday, March 27, :00 AM 4:00 PM, Case Quad (Rain/Too Cold site: Adelbert Gym) Event Explanation Each chapter will prepare and present a banner that portrays their Greek spirit. Event Specifics Each chapter may make a banner that fits in a 12x12x12 foot cube. These banners are to be staked to the grassy areas of the quad. The banners may not be hung or otherwise fixed on any building. All banners must be completely fixed to the quad so they cannot move about freely. Any damage incurred on the quad or buildings of the quad will be paid for by the chapter responsible. The banners are to be erected between 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM. Banners may not be adjusted in any way after 11:00 AM. The banners will be judged from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM, and they must be removed by 4:00PM. Chapters will be informed at the latest by 6AM the morning of Friday March 27 th of the location. Banners cannot demean other chapters and/or the Greek community or contain nudity or obscenity. Event Rules 1. Banner must demonstrate Greek spirit and be pertinent to the Greek Week theme. 2. Banners may not, whether intended or not, include any obscenity or indecency, including, but not limited to, vulgarity, nudity, alcohol or drug references, and portrayals of violence, or have a theme that is negative towards the Greek community or any member chapter, the university, or the Greek Week officials. This will result in a DQ for the event at the discretion of the judges, and may result in expulsion depending on severity. 3. Banner must be staked to the grassy areas of the quad. Banners must be freestanding; this means not touching any buildings, sculptures, trees, tables or benches. 4. When measuring banners, anything touching the banners, aside from staking equipment within reason (i.e. ropes and pegs), will be included in the measurements. 5. No food or perishable items may be used in the banner. 6. If a power source is needed, banners may be battery powered but cannot be plugged into an outlet. Materials plugged into an outlet would prevent the banner from being considered freestanding. 7. During judging, only the Greek Week chair (or acting chair) may explain/demonstrate their banner to the judges for no longer than 2 minutes. 8. No generators may be requested or used; however, there may be battery powered components. ***Any violation of the above statements will result in a loss of points, except in the instance of rule 2 which may result in expulsion. *** Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 19

20 Event Scoring Banners will be scored on a scale of 0-5 for the following categories: Artistic Quality Workmanship Originality/Creativity Pertinence to the Greek Week theme Inclusion of the chapter s philanthropy organization into the design Normal fraternity/sorority scoring will be used. The total score (out of a possible 30 points) will be used to determine the first through sixth place winners for fraternities and first through third for sororities. Updated 2/21/2015 RRB 20

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