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Written by Jennifer Hunter
While there is a good number of fraternities and sororities, they make up just a small portion of the 200+ active student organizations that are on campus, which all together help create a buzzing social scene. And while the Greek force is generally very popular, it is no more dominant or esteemed than many of the other student organizations. Just like every other organization, they throw great parties and charity events, set up programs to help out in the community, and do other things that make their presence felt both on and off campus. Probably the only difference between the Greeks and the other organizations is that, every once in a while, when the weather is really nice, all or most of the fraternities and sororities come out on the Yard in their different colors and strut their stuff either by rapping, dancing, or in any other way that they choose.
Greeks at Howard are usually very close-knit and take their brotherhood/sisterhood very seriously. It's not hard to spot them on campus-they've either got a folder, key chain, backpack, or something with their specific logo on it. Former chapter members and oldheads have been known to come back for events and parties throughout the course of the year.
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