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We definitely have our share of preppy boat shoe wearing frat boys. However, most of my friends involved in fraternities have found it to be a great experience and a good way to get involved and meet new people, expand their horizons.
that's the website on each chapter ^
Nah, that aint me dog.
you can be as involved as you want to be. you take out of it what you put in.
Not true for sororities. You are required sometimes to attend events. Might be hard if you are in a difficult major. Check out the requirements before you join. Also you might want to wait until you have your freshman year under your belt to see what others do and meet students in each sorority. I think Frats are less strict with requirements.
i guess what i just meant is that you attend required events but after that, it's all up to you. if you want to be on exec, that's up to you, for example.
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Written by Marie Puissant
While Greek life is alive and thriving at UW, it is not a dominating life force. Most of the students affected by the Greek system are members of a fraternity or sorority. For these students, the lifestyle of the Greek can be a little overwhelming. If nothing else, students feel their experience in this system has helped them meet a lot of interesting people. While the sororities and fraternities do offer plenty of socialization, students don't feel it is the only way to meet people at UW.
UW is home to nearly forty sororities and fraternities. While some are geared towards its members being of a certain ethnicity or academic field, they all offer a strong social aspect. Those in the Greek system often partake in intramural events, fundraising nights, and volunteer activities. Furthermore, the Greek System is not totally exclusive. Even if students are not a part of a frat or sorority, they are usually welcome at most of their parties or other social events.
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