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The Phi Sigma Pi Social Resource Guide

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  • Insurance Certificate of Liability Request: "[[1]]"
  • Ways to invite and keep track of attendance: "[[2]]"
  • Keepsakes for events: "[[3]]"
  • Article: "Students urged to give"
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