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Photo gallery: Sororities, fraternities compete at 5th annual step show to fight breast cancer
When it comes to raising awareness for a great cause, the sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha do not hold back. For the past five years, the sorority has held the Zeta Step Show at the University of South Florida and raised thousands of dollars for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a breast cancer foundation.
Each year, multiple fraternities and sororities compete to see who is the best stepper at the university. This year, Sigma Delta Tau Sorority took first place for the women’s competition, and Pi Kappa Phi took first place in the men’s competition for the fourth year in a row. The step show continues to grow each year, and many consider it an important philanthropic event for the spring semester.