College Freshman 2013-11-03T19:28:15Z
There are a variety of frats/sororities to join. While they do throw the typical parties on campus, they also do great things for the community! Each is dedicated to a certain cause, and they're always raising money to support/donate to the cause.
College Junior 2013-10-09T00:44:43Z
The Greek organizations are pretty Panhellenic and are very closely-knit. I think Greek life at Jewell is very important and gives people a place to call home. Greek life at Jewell provides leadership opportunities. However, some of the organizations are very cliquey and only allow "their type" in to their organization.
College Junior 2013-08-25T01:30:25Z
This grade would be higher and perhaps deserves to be so; all Greek organizations are very active and contribute very positively to Jewell. I chose this grade though due to the effect the Greeks have on social things at Jewell--things like Homecoming are dominated by Greeks almost to the point of excluding independents. While non-Greeks can participate, both Greeks and non-Greeks know that these events have been, are, and will continue to be dominated by Greeks.
College Junior 2013-07-18T13:33:13Z
Personally, I am not a part of Greek Life in any way. So from the perspective of the outside looking in, I would say it is a serious drawback to the campus because of the campus size. The majority of the campus is Greek, so it is not anything special. The Greeks tend to form their own little cliques without realizing it. Most of the events, especially Homecoming, are not fun because the Greeks tend to take it over and the independents do not have a chance. The independents are not represented well on the campus in events, surveys, and other things, which is frustrating as an independent myself.
College Junior 2012-10-01T04:30:24Z
Greek life here is pretty much low key. Most of the time you can't tell that the person next to you in the class is a Greek unless they openly say that they are
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