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As a member of Greek Life I suggest you go through the recruitment process and decide for yourself. Each sorority has it's own strengths and you should be focused on which is the best fit for you. Plus, everyone thinks theirs is the best because it's where they best fit in anyway.
Delta Zeta! They're the girls that like to go out and party, but are also fun to chill with during the day. They're pretty and smart, and they always win Greek Week and Sig Chi's Derby Days competition.
LOL! no Delta Zeta is not the best. They are literally cows! The top sorority with the prettiest girls is easily Delta Gamma or Gamma Phi Beta. Delta Zeta is for minorities and ugly girls with no personality.
i completely agree with anonymous1991. might i add that while going through recruitment, do NOT let other PNM's opinions influence your choice. good luck this fall!
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Written by Anne Reiman
Greek life is considerably prominent on DU's campus. Greeks sponsor a wide variety of events throughout the year, including everything from off-campus bar parties to community service events. Rush week, held in October, is a popular Greek tradition. Greek students hang banners, illustrate the campus with sidewalk chalk, and generally do all they can to recruit people to their particular houses. If you want to go Greek, rush is the best time to figure out which house is for you.
Most of the students involved in Greek life are enthusiastic and proud to be a part of it. On-campus parties sponsored by Greeks have steadily declined due to administration tightening up on-campus partying policies. Those not involved in Greek life might feel slightly annoyed or swept away by "Greek Speak," advertisements, and events around campus. But the Greek system at DU is not overly exclusive, and non-Greeks are welcome to attend bar parties and service activities.
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