Positivity for recruitment GO GREEKby: be happi
#1 by: ?
#2 by: good and the bad
KKG had a different pledge class and were much more approachable. However most do think they are better than everyone.
AXO are popular with frats but they are out for themselves and had no issue putting the whole school at risk. They also fight a lot within Sorority
AXID loves to party and chill out. On the other hand their partying ways usually lead to them sleeping with your boyfriend.
ADPI Friendly girls who usually just hang around stressing over the fact they are not upper tier.
DG nice girls who cant shake the fact that someone was a tattle tale a few years ago.
Theta very active on campus and seem to like each other but the last pledge class looks like they like to eat more than like to party
Chi O took a very large and nice pledge class who has made it clear they are treated badly. They are bitter they are bottom and instead of being nice they are mean girls.
DZ they are trying but they lost the only girls people wanted to hang out with. They have a strange mix of girls who don't really have a chance to make it here at Bucknell.
#3 by: So Problematic
Stop creating and reinforcing stereotypes. Organizations are full of different people. Independents aren't bandwagoners. Maybe this pandemic will have the positive effect of reducing the strangehold the Greek system has on the toxic social atmosphere at this school.
#4 by: ...no
Non Greeks aren’t band wagoners. There are many reasons people don’t go Greek, including money issues, academic struggles, and avoiding some of the toxic culture just to name a few. That doesn’t mean they don’t like to have a good time. Just because you go Greek doesn’t make you better than anybody else (no matter what frat or sorority you’re a part of for that matter). Bandwagoning would be going to your mixers before they’re open and crashing date parties (not that that doesn’t happen, but the majority of non Greeks don’t do that). (Also if non Greeks weren’t wanted at parties they wouldn’t be let in, just saying).
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