According to GASPA chair Susan Garfinkel, the event is part of the continuing attempt by the groups to bolster graduate and professional students' sense of community at the University. "The party is an annual event, but this year it will be a little different," Garfinkel said. "A variety of resturants are participating, like the White Dog, New Deck Tavern, Le Bus and the 3401 Cafes, and each will be offering 20 to 50 percent discount on food." In addition to the restaurant extravaganza, a disc jockey will provide music and entertainment, also sponsored by GSAC and GAPSA. The block party, open to all graduate and professional students, begins at 5 p.m. and will be held at the Moravian Court, which is off of 34th Street between Walnut and Sansom streets. -- Jacqueline NeedlemanComments powered by Disqus
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