congrats dg on once again recruiting the meanest girls in the game. not even that cute of a pledge class, but what matters more is that the girls in your pc were heard talking badly about other houses during rush & r just all togeth v unclassy and untitled, per usual
Most wanted house by PNMs.
DG wins everything, and they're hot af so that's why they're a top house and likely always will be. However, be careful with getting attached, because they already know who they want before recruitment even starts. DGs are very intense. Don't mess with them.
Grenades sice that semester of probation. Used to be babes... What a shame
They're the best sorority on campus. Confident, classy and fun girls they're killin it at everything. Won greek week 5th time in a row and second place in both airbands and skit. They raised tons of money for both kiss booth and anchor splash and frankly it's DG or Die all the way.
As a fellow freshman, everyone knows going into recruitment that the top three are DG, APhi and GPhi but they're ranked at the bottom on here. why? Because people didn't get in, are pissed and ranked them poorly. DGs are the most involved sisterhood, winning Greek & Banner/Chant almost every year. The girls are so supportive and every frat knows they're top. If you're looking at who really is top, check the bottom three on here & ask around. We all know.
To be honest their pledge class this year was below average. Most of the girls are nice that I have met but they are usually the ones at the parties throwing up or crying their eyes out. Definitely a unique group of girls.
they are the top use
They're a top house but I'm not sure how I feel about them. They've been doing some weird stuff lately. It's obvious who they want during recruitment because they acted pretty cold to some of my PNM friends but I hear all the sororities can be like that. Popular for sure but pretty average in other respects, maybe above average in the looks department. Overall more plain, a little boring, but some of the chicks aiight!
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