Psi U Think You Can Dance raises money for paralysis research
By Priyanka Duggirala and Al Lai
The fraternity Psi Upsilon hosted its annual inter-Greek dance competition on Tuesday, February 7th. P.U.T.Y.C.D—Psi U Think You Can Dance— raises funds and promotes awareness for paralysis treatment. This event started in 2000 when Sam Schmidt, a founding member of the Psi Upsilon chapter of Lambda Omega Sigma, suffered a spinal injury during a race testing accident. This motivated him to establish a foundation to develop cures and effective treatment for paralysis. See the full coverage this Thursday at the print edition of The Graphic.