When you first started college, you swore you would never be in a fraternity. But your best friend from high school decided to join one Sophomore year, and managed to talk you into giving it a shot. Your preconceived notion of drunken meatheads and self-loathing party girls was quickly changed. As it turns out, not all fraternities revolve around keg stands and walks of shame. In fact, your commitment to your respectable frat landed you the President by your senior year.
One part of the job is organizing formals, which involves teaming up with your sister sorority for a gala of sorts. There will be tuxedos and evening gowns, champagne and hors d’oeuvres, and dancing with friends. Use the high-grade laser printer with long-lasting toner, such as Okidata 43324403 toner, that your mother purchased for you last year when you decided to change your major to graphic design. Make a newsletter addressed to the members of your frat and the adjoining sorority that so they know the time, place, attire, and other details.
The thing you love most about your fraternity is their enthusiasm to give back to the community and college. You put on two fundraisers every year, with the proceeds for one going to the school and the other that goes to the local children’s hospital. Last year, the auction was relatively successful, but this year you want to go bigger. You decide to organize a small carnival that will not only raise money, but will give the kids and community a fun Saturday evening. Use that laser printer and Konica-Minolta 1710587-005 toner to make hundreds of flyers and get the other members to pass them out and hang them up around town.
Finally, at the end of the year, and your term as President, it is standard to give your fellow frat boys something that reflects the years you all spent together. Hopefully you have a big stock of Xerox 106R01278 toner because you will definitely be using your laser printer, but as the graphic design college graduate, you can figure out what to make!