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 sorority bidding process, though rewarding, can also be nerve-wracking. It can be tough to keep your game face on and keep your confidence up. Here are some tips to help you make it through. Bring a friend along to recruitment events for support. Not only will you have someone who can understand what you’re
If you joined a sorority you know exactly what I’m talking about. With that many girls, there’s bound to be some trouble. Of course, you love all your sisters, but let’s be honest here: you’ve had enough. You’re either always involved or in the middle. So how do you stay out of the trouble? We’ve
Happy March, Chicsters! Congratulations. You’ve finally made it to Friday, so take a quick break and check out great UChic.com highlights this week: LYD Star- Weesie Vieira: “Meet Weesie Vieira. Don’t let her sweet and bubbly persona throw you off– behind her amicable smile and fashion sense,she’s a diligent publicist proving her way to the top. Though
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
It’s commonly said by members of the Greek system that with Greek life, you get out of it what you put into it. A sorority can be a big commitment, and there’s always a fundraiser or social event to attend. Because of this, balancing sorority life with school life can be tough, especially during