Top Sorority Instagrams - Spring 2019

Marissa Greek Life

GreekRank rounded up the top sorority Instagrams (national and local chapters) again this spring semester. Some have tens of thousands of followers, others look like they may have been curated by a social media strategist, and others are downright beautiful.... Read more


Best Cities to Move to Post-Graduation

Jess General

When you were a junior in high school and starting your college search, did you immediately negate staying in state, choosing colleges that were at least three states away, or better yet, the opposite side of the country?... Read more


Best College Pranks

Tom General

Van Wilder may have done it best. For those who sought to achieve long-lasting legend status, pulling off your school’s best prank would have been enough to make it in the word-of-mouth books. Not just a thing of high school senior year’s, college pranking perhaps hasn’t gotten the attention it deserves.... Read more


By 22, you’re officially saying goodbye to adolescence, and hopefully, hello to young adulthood. That’s because today, most Gen Zers are considered adolescents through their early 20s on account of the lack of responsibility and continued parenting that occurs then.... Read more


Top Philanthropy Events - Spring 2019

Jess Greek Life

With so many undergraduates joining fraternities and sororities, one thing is for sure: that’s a lot of bodies. And, a lot of potential to do good. Hence, most chapters across campuses have their mission rooted in some kind of philanthropic effort. Each year, chapters devote time and attention to planning a fundraiser to raise money for their philanthropy.... Read more


The recent government shutdown is the longest in American history. Haven’t tangibly seen the effects of the shutdown on campus yet? You might be the only one -- and not because you go to a private school that’s technically not funded by any government dollars.... Read more


How To Handle A Hangover

Jess General

Based on our last post, we thought it fitting to address a need for those who weren't able to finish Dry January.  If you’re one of the lucky ones, a hangover means nothing to you. Somehow, you’ve been doing something(s) right, which have allowed your body to roll out of bed just before a 6am alarm to make it to a 7 o’clock class with not-so-glassy eyes, and barely-parched skin. Perhaps you’ve never drank water from a hot water bottle where BPA leached, or maybe it’s your twice-daily matcha green teas.... Read more


So you’re one of the disciplined and noble among us who has vowed to undertake a Dry January, but three weeks in, you’ve hit a tipping point. It doesn’t make sense anymore. Your weekends are lackluster. What is life even?... Read more