|By Cinderella (Cinderella) on Friday, April 18, 2003 - 06:36 am: Edit|
Hi, I am an intl' student. I don't understand those definitions thoroughly. Can anyone explain it to me? Will I be more happy in a place with no fraternities and soronities or a place where fraternities and soronities are dominant?
Thanks in advance.
P.s: I am quite conservative but open-minded.
|By Maritimee (Maritimee) on Friday, April 18, 2003 - 01:51 pm: Edit|
Fraternities and Sororities are social organizations. Fraternities accept only males, Sororities accept only females. Their names are composed of Greek letters (you will find a lot of people calling frats/sororities "greek houses" and frats/sor members "greek).
The advantages to being "Greek" is that you belong to a group. You get to know more people, you have parties of your own, etc.
Each fart/soro is different. Some will be into heavy partying and drinking, some would lean toward a quieter conduct. It really depends on the people, so don't judge all greek organizations based on one or two places.
I'm not in college yet, but I'm sure some Greeks out there will be able to give you some personal experience on this issue.
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