Rushing a sorority is an unforgettable experience. You get to meet so many amazing new women and go to so many fun events. But sorority recruitment can be a stressful process if you come unprepared. There are a few things you should know before you show up at your first recruitment event. Know Your Options

So you’ve made the decision to go Greek. Good for you! You’re in for an amazing experience. But there’s just one problem. Where do you go from here? How do you choose which sorority is best for you? Do your research You can find almost anything online, and sororities are no exception. Start your search

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

By: Anna Jonas, Sophomore, Dalhousie University If someone told me a couple of years ago that I would be a member of a sorority, I wouldn’t have believed them. I didn’t even know that there were sororities in Canada before one of my friends mentioned that she was rushing. It sounded fun, so I researched

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 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