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Harsha Chandupalta/Observer

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On Friday, Sept. 19, members of the Pi Beta Phi sorority held their annual philanthropy event, “Pie a Pi Phi.”

For $2, anyone could purchase one pie to slam into a sorority member’s face. However, the best deal by far was 10 pies for $10.

All proceeds went to the Pi Beta Phi Foundation, which regularly donates money to various literacy projects across the United States.

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