Greek life at K-State is perfect. The size is just right because everyone is able to know each other because it’s not too big and you can actually feel very involved
I think that Greek life at Ksu is pretty good for the most part. It seems as though some sororities have cliques in them which isn’t cool at all. I am having a great time, it does cost lots of money though.
If you’re white and have money you’ll go far here. If you’re white and middle class you’ll still make it further than the minorities or the students drowning in debt. It’s a popularity contest at this school and if you can’t fit the stereotypes (even thought they don’t want to acknowledge them) then you won’t get a bid. POC exclusively have issues pledging and rushing in houses. You could be the kindest, coolest, most outgoing person ever with the highest GPA and if your skin tone is darker than the fake spray tans on a white sorority girls skin, you can count yourself out. The university isn’t associated with Greek life so we (minorities and POC) have no where to turn as the nationals board for every house is comprised of white rich men who have yet to respond to emails atleast acknowledging the racial bias.
Rushed for a few houses and got hazed at the house I was initiated into. Fell and hit my head and got to ride in an ambulance! I don’t know why the university doesn’t step in instead of brushing it all under the rug
You know how in nature, you pair two females to one for them to procreate? This is Greek life on the KSU campus. Every frat boy has multiple girls trying to get his attention at once. And every sorority girl is trying to beat out the other girls for a guy who doesn’t even care about her. It’s vicious. Very toxic. Sad to say I’m dropping my sorority after this semester because I cannot take the toxicity.
Terrible sisterhoods in the sorority houses. I was in Chi O and dropped because the other girls lived for the cliques they created. Very sad that the Greek life culture is shifting for the worse
There is hazing at some of the houses
Whether chapters want to acknowledge it or not our campus culture is shifting. Newer chapters on campus are thriving while more established chapters are slipping or even getting kicked off campus. Especially with recruitment numbers being lower than normal for both Fraternities and Sororities, chapter leaders need to adapt accordingly to keep our community strong and our chapters moving forward.
far from the greek life iâ€™ve observed from siblings at SEC schools. Iâ€™m having a lot of fun regardless, but this is nowhere near traditional greek life.
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