Phi Mu makes Tuesdays sweeter

Phi Mu, a sorority that is “sweet on sisterhood,” wants to share some of that sweetness with the Queen’s campus with their new weekly event, Sweet Tea Tuesday.

Phi Mu sorority members give out sweet tea and Goldfish crackers during Sweet Tea Tuesday.Courtesy of Phi Mu

Phi Mu sorority members give out sweet tea and Goldfish crackers during Sweet Tea Tuesday.

On Tuesdays from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., sorority members give out free cups of sweet tea and Goldfish crackers in the Trexler student center. The event will continue until the second week of April and possibly during the fall 2014 semester.

Kristina Barnes, president of Phi Mu, came up with the idea of having Sweet Tea Tuesdays to “spread some sweetness around.”

Phi Mu public relations chair Emily Lawson, sophomore, said that while the event started out “as a good PR idea, it became somewhat of a tradition that we would love to keep.”

“It’s been a lot of fun to see people’s faces when they find out we are giving out tea with no strings attached and are just trying to brighten someone’s day,” Lawson added.

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