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Throwback Thursday: My First College Class

This week on Throwback Thursday, we’ll be recounting a pivotal day in the history of Susie: my very first day of college. I actually wrote this in a journal I was keeping in tandem with my best friend, who went to college in Sacramento. 753 more words

Throwback Thursday

Greeks, Geeks, and Forever Friends: One Woman's Experience

By Kim Cruts

My grandmother told me to join a sorority because she was worried that I couldn’t make friends on my own. I was a weird kid and not exactly a social maverick, so this wasn’t an unfounded concern, but thanks for the vote of confidence, Grandma. 979 more words

Sister Sirens

Delta Zeta Creed: The Delta Zeta Creed - Something For The Values-Based, Values-Oriented Fraternity Man To Love

(Disclaimer: As with previous posts about Delta Zeta, the following article was written from a fraternity man’s point of view & isn’t endorsed by Delta Zeta/doesn’t necessarily agree with the opinions of others.) 563 more words

Greek Life

As UConn Moves In, Greek Life Organizations In Jeopardy

On Friday, 3,600 freshman students will start moving into resident halls at the University of Connecticut and classes begin on Monday.

The start of a new school year is an exciting time for the school, but this year five Greek life organization won’t be recognized at UConn. 139 more words

News

Viewpoint: Why you should think twice before going Greek

Fall rush is right around the corner. And I know that many of my friends will be mad at me for writing — even suggesting — that going Greek might be a bad thing. 660 more words

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