Sorority members hate rush just as much as PNMs.
1. There will be weird chanting
Just don't use "Pretty Girls," and you'll be fine.
These 21 Pinterest perfect big/little crafts should come with a guarantee that you'll be the #bestbigever.
Scott Benton, producer and director, is a wonderful creative genius because this video will live on in Internet fame. You. Guys. I'm not joking. This is the funniest thing I've seen in a while.
Sorority rush is like hell, if Hades wore Lilly Pulitzer prints exclusively.
Memorize a handful, stick 'em in your proverbial back pocket and know they're there if your rush conversations all start sounding the same.
Before you reach the promised land, you've gotta stick it out through the rush process. And that's where we come in! We've called upon our own readers and some of our favorite Greek ladies from around the web to ask them what they wish someone had told them during rush.
If you're thinking about joining a sorority, rush can be a little stressful when you're trying to balance your schoolwork and social life. Not only that, we know how expensive it can be to join these social circles, which is why we want to save you both time and money when it comes to dressing the part.
If you're thinking about joining a sorority this year, you probably already know about some of the events you need to attend during rush. Some of them can be long, lasting all day with few opportunities for a touch-up.
Sorority Rush: the Harry Potter sorting hat of your college experience, only with much nicer outfits and choreographed singing and dancing. You're probably hoping I'm about to tell you how to make it into your supposed dream house or a top tier sorority. Sorry to say, not going to happen.
We are officially well into spring semester, and if you are a sorority girl that only means one thing: recruitment. For some it's the first round of rush for the school year. For others, this is not your first recruitment rodeo. If you fall into the latter category, bless your little hearts! That's dedication, people.
Hazing. It’s a touchy subject, and by “touchy” I mean one that we never want to touch on… or ever be a part of. I happen to come from a very anti-hazing chapter and university, both of which take ample precautions to eliminate hazing. Yet at colleges across the country, hazing still exists. And it exists in student groups and organizations that don't have Greek letters in their names.