What do you get the girl who has everything? Designs by Lolita has the perfect solution to this dilemma.
The day you join a sorority is huge! You are bombarded with tons of great new girls to hang out with, get to know and call your friends/sisters.
Just being in a sorority and watching how it works is a great experience.
Ultimately, though, I think there is something to be said about moving past just being a member and becoming a leader in your sorority.
This week-long vacation is a way to unwind and refresh. Some students will be doing that from the comfort of their own homes while they catch up on sleep and eat home-cooked meals. The other half of the college population will head to exotic islands and warm climates to soak up the sun and have a great time with friends.
No matter how you’re spending Spring Break, there are a few great essentials that you need to make this week relaxing and fun!
During my sophomore year of college, I went to recruitment and was graced with incredible sisters and a sorority that has completely changed my life.
I never thought that joining a sorority would impact me as much as it has. My sorority is my life and has made me the person I am today, and I do not know what I would do without the support of my sisters and the feeling of empowerment that Greek Life gives me. It has taught me so much about myself.
While the start of a new semester can be a fresh and exciting beginning, it can also be overwhelming and stressful time.
By getting organized, healthy, rested, outfitted and active, you can overcome this initial anxiety and put your best foot forward. So, give yourself the tools to make this your best semester yet!
In college, celebrating New Year's is easy. The options are simple: tag along to the family party, plan an evening with your besties or most likely, take a break from home and head back to campus for a blowout party with your favorite fraternity (or insert equivalent male group here).
But after college, the frat house isn't going to cut it. Here are a couple of ideas to make your post-grad NYE a success!
When we were younger, our parents may have bought the gifts and said they were from us, but obviously they weren’t since we had no income at age 6. In high school, we had part-time jobs and could start affording nice gifts for friends and family, but here in college, we have so many other dues to pay. Some of us are paying for rent, textbooks, food and even our entire education, so we have become a bit stiff in the “spreading of the Christmas dough” department.
By Ashley Tripp, Student at the University of Alabama “Hi, what’s your name? Where are you from? What’s your major? What did you do in high school?” It was the first day of sorority recruitment and all of these questions were floating around my brain as I eagerly introduced myself to all the different houses
By Ashley Tripp, Student at the University of Alabama “One minute,” said the judicial board member. It was the first day of sorority recruitment, and I was standing outside my first house anxiously waiting to see what was going to happen next. Suddenly, the entire sorority row was filled with clapping and chanting as sisters
Looking for a job or internship? You might not have to look further than the network of your sorority! Blogger Hayley explains how you can use social media to help.