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Alpha Phi and Delta Gamma are among the top but you should join a sorority based on where you personally feel like you fit in the best.
I am kind of shy....so do you think I should join a sorority?
No, sororities encourages people from all years to rush! They offer both informal and formal recruitments through out the year. If you are interested at all, I recommend you go out for formal recruitment and check it out!
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There's not an overwhelming Greek population. Frat parties do make up a significant percentage of the party scene, but students don’t have to be Greek to go. For the most part, the fraternities and sororities coexist with everyone else on campus, although some students report that the Greek students rarely venture out of the system.
While most students don’t mind the Greek life on campus, some believe that rush week can get a little annoying with the new pledges chanting all day long, the sorority girls singing, and everyone running around in togas and scrubs. However, rather than get annoyed with them, most students prefer to just laugh. Because really, when you see a big group of hot guys walking down the street and they’re all wearing lipstick, what else can you do?
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