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UVA Greek Life Hosts Carnival for Charlottesville Community

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The University of Virginia's sororities and fraternities are working toward fostering a better relationship with their Charlottesville neighbors.

Sunday's Greek carnival at Madison Bowl aimed to promote unity within the community.

More than 50 students took part in the event which featured food, crafts and games for families in nearby neighborhoods.

"We all live in the neighborhood and we all live in Charlottesville we spend time here and we like to try to give back to get to know our neighbors," said Jordan Team, Greek Week organizer.

All proceeds from the carnival will benefit Charlottesville's City of Promise initiative.

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