If you’re preparing for college this fall, it’s more than likely that you’ve started to think about going through sorority recruitment. If no one in your family was Greek, it’s entirely possible that you’re completely overwhelmed when you think about recruitment. Luckily, we have a team of experts here to answer any questions you have about what to expect before you start rushing. This comprehensive guide to rush will have you more than ready for anything.
Thinking of rushing a sorority? It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the whole rush process–interviews, mixers, references–but we have a team of sorority experts to share everything you need to know about recruitment. From singing to coordinated outfits, our comprehensive guide will have you ready for fall rush. Questions provided by Chicster Emma Ehlers (an
The life of a sorority sister is a busy one. It seems as though there are never enough hours in the day to get everything done. With so many Greek commitments and events to attend, it’s often hard to find a spare moment to socialize with non-Greeks. Here are some ways to find a balance
During the first few weeks after your arrival on campus, you’re bombarded by various student groups all of which encouraging you to join them. By all means sign up for as many things as you’d like, it’s not like you can’t ever say, “no” after you sign up. Signing up for different smaller opportunities helps
By Erin Cunningham, George Washington University I’ll be the first to admit that I didn’t end up in my sorority of choice. On my bid day, I was beyond devastated. I looked around at a room full of girls that I thought I had absolutely nothing in common with, and wondered why I wasn’t good
By Lexie Tiongson, San Francisco State University Preparing to go through rush this fall? Well, there might be a few things you need to learn about how people in the Greek life talk before you jump into the process. Check out this “Sorority Lingo” manual to get inside scoop! Sorority: In technical terms, soror
By Erin Cunningham, George Washington University Once upon a time, we all dreamed of the moment we’d escape the immaturity lurking in our high school hallways and lunch room cafeterias. Forget all those crushes we harbored and the many times our hearts were broken by jerky boys who just didn’t get it. We were excited