By Shelby Stafford–
Fryberger is a well known tradition at the University of Louisville. It all started to honor Agne Fryberger, a music professor who has to retire early due to illness. Students started a concert singing songs a cappella on the front steps of Grawmeyer Hall. In its 75th year, it has become a staple of Greek life on campus, but it had not always been solely for the Greek community. The competion was started in 1937, and was campus-wide for decades. Participation started to dwindle and the Greek community kept the tradition alive. Still going strong now, Frygerger is one of the most popular fundraisers of the year.
Photos: Shelby Stafford/The Louisville Cardinal