Theta Lambda Chapter hosts Nightmare on Elm Street

For some, being scared is an adrenaline rush. They get hyped and love the thrill. For others, being scared is a moment where you might as well be a petrified log because unless you pee your pants you’re probably terrified to move. No matter where you fall within the level of fright, on campus organizations are trying to make you gasp Ă‘ for a cause.

Theta Lambda Chapter (Missouri State) and Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority are teaming up to bring the eerie part of Halloween to campus. The fraternity and sorority life organizations are decking out the Pi Kappa Phi house for the fraternity’s annual event, Nightmare on Elm Street. This year they are raising money for the fraternity’s philanthropy, The Ability Experience. The Ability Experience is dedicated to serving those with disabilities, sophomore cell and molecular biology major and Pi Kappa Phi philanthropy chairman, Hogan Brecount. Overall, The Ability Experience aims to create a community where people with all abilities are recognized and appreciated.

Throughout the year, the fraternity does several events to raise money for their philanthropy. They even had a chapter member, senior public relations major Francis Ahrens, cycle across the country to raise money and awareness.

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