Are you able to realistically make that level of commitment? Will a high (or low) level of involvement enhance or hurt your other, current time commitments? What kinds of financial commitments can you expect? Joining -- and being a member of -- a college fraternity or sorority can easily become one of the highlights of your time in school.
How will doing so have an impact on your academics? Will they complement or detract from what you need to commit to your classes and academic workload? Can you afford to join this fraternity or sorority? And making sure to be wise about what you need, and what you want, from a fraternity or sorority is an important and smart way to make sure that the experience you want is the one you end up having.
We called it the “Grown Men in 2010” challenge, and endeavored to meet as many men at least ten years older than us, but not old enough to be our fathers, as we could.
After about a year of this nonsense, I learned that dating the grown and sexy is just not for me, for six good reasons: 1. I dated Steve, 41, and he was a fun guy, but half of what came out of his mouth seemed like it was from a outtake.
So how can you tell which fraternity or sorority will really be the best fit? What kinds of actions does the organization take that either counters the rumors or perhaps provides fodder for them? Does your gut usually give you a good feeling about whether something is the right choice -- or not?
Although it can be challenging to take a step away from the whole recruitment process, doing so can ensure your college Greek experience is everything you want it to be. What kind of experience do other students actually have? As a member, how would you feel and respond to hearing rumors about this fraternity or sorority? What does your gut say about joining this fraternity or sorority?
The idiosyncrasy that would finally drive me crazy was his habit of shouting “boo-yeah!
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Once rush is over, sororities discuss whom they'd like to invite to join the house, and if a girl receives multiple offers she can weigh the options of which one to join.
The benefits of getting involved in a sorority can be particularly significant at a big school since it's an easier way to make friends within a smaller community.
” whenever he made a particularly funny joke, saw something interesting, or really just anytime he felt like it. I could not deal with Sam’s wardrobe, and as much as I know all 42-year-old men don’t dress as badly as he did, I’m still sort of traumatized.