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Sorority Rush / Sorority Recruitment Vocabulary image

If you plan to participate in sorority recruitment at the University of Texas, moms and daughters alike will want to familiarize themselves with this list of “sorority rush” vocabulary. Below, I’ve listed some of the terms, and how they specifically relate to rush at the University of Texas. I threw some rush tips in there too. Active: An active is an initiated member of a sorority who has already gone through sorority recruitment. Badge: A sign of sorority or fraternity membership. Only initiated members are allowed to wear the badge or “pin” and each sorority has their own unique design. They are typically only worn at specific, special events, including monthly formal meetings. Bid: A formal invitation to join a ...

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10 Reasons You Should Join a Sorority image

You’re coming to the University of Texas. Congratulations! Now that you’ve finished celebrating receiving that acceptance letter, you may be wondering what’s next. Specifically, you might be considering whether or not to participate in sorority recruitment, informally and unofficially called “sorority rush.” Being a part of UT Greek life was amazing, and although I’ll admit I’m a bit biased, I’ll give you 10 reasons to join a sorority below. And moms – if your daughters are about to go through UT sorority recruitment, this will hopefully put your mind at ease. 1) Leadership.  Joining a sorority gives you an opportunity to gain confidence and experience through participation in numerous committees and officer positions. As an officer, you learn relevant, applicable ...

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