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|masternater1217 ||12-25-2012 10:01 PM |
I haven't seen it posted before so, which of our MCB brothers/ sisters are also in Greek organisations, collegiate or otherwise. Personally, I am a member of Phi Delta Theta, actually the President of the Indiana State Chapter. You?
|martix_agent ||12-25-2012 10:05 PM |
I've never been inside, but they're got a pretty impressive house at Purdue on university St. They're not total douches to me when I deliver food either, so that's a plus.
|The Inflicted ||12-25-2012 10:59 PM |
|masternater1217 ||12-25-2012 11:01 PM |
Originally Posted by The Inflicted
Miami Triad cousin! Nice to know!
I've never understood Frats or Sororities...
Beer can be obtained in other ways lol
|War0411 ||12-26-2012 12:26 AM |
I'm not really inclined to join any sort of Greek life, but that may be due to Baylor being pretty strict on anything Greek (They don't allow any "official" houses, and the organizations are pretty heavily monitored). The whole concept isn't something I can completely agree on, but if I were to join one I'd probably look into ATO since they are pretty relaxed here.
|Listessa ||12-26-2012 03:31 AM |
They really wanted me as a TBS sister. Personally, did like the sisters, but if I had rushed I would have gone for the brothers in KKP. Both are coed, and I would much rather be around a group of mostly guys than girls.
It didn't go anywhere anyway. I was too busy on rush nights and weekends spending time with my boyfriend at the time. (Think about the choice- sex or service fraternity/sorority.)
Christian school. The only Greek life around was the New Testament Koiné language classes and honor societies. I belonged to Phi Alpha Theta, but I don't think that's what you're getting at.
|jc_10 ||12-26-2012 12:43 PM |
Theta Chi alumnus from an SEC school. Tailgates, Southern girls, etc. Greek life down here is second to none. The only way to understand it is to be a part of it.
|Stuffy ||12-26-2012 05:09 PM |
I like to make friends the traditional way, paying for them is too expensive these days.
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