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How NOT to cross... Posted on 05-29-2007
Dimanchewb88

Quick question for the greeks... I am very interested in pledging a sorority next year and i know that my GPA is where it should be and i am confident that i have my other stuff together as far as community service and generally how i carry myself. HOWEVER...i was wondering...how is it possible to NOT cross even if you have all your stuff straight? I know its possible, but i never really hear about people that dont cross over into their greek organization.I question this because i dont feel that i exactly fit the "stereotype" that has been set for the greek organization i would like to pledge. Just wondering...
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Jamaican Shawty replied on 05-29-2007 01:05PM [Reply]
Dimanchewb88 wrote:
Quick question for the greeks... I am very interested in pledging a sorority next year and i know that my GPA is where it should be and i am confident that i have my other stuff together as far as community service and generally how i carry myself. HOWEVER...i was wondering...how is it possible to NOT cross even if you have all your stuff straight? I know its possible, but i never really hear about people that dont cross over into their greek organization.I question this because i dont feel that i exactly fit the "stereotype" that has been set for the greek organization i would like to pledge. Just wondering...
There is an interesting STICKY forum called Prospect and protocol in the Greek area it would be a good idea to go their for that and u already messed up because a big tip in greek protocol is DISCRETION its not about the stereotype because that doesnt matter at all due to the fact it is just as said not sometimes true its all about u as an individual ur research and if in your research u even decide whether the greek life is even for u its not for popularity, nor vain self betterment (not a word) but its WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY more than that so i suggest you do more research and read Prospect and PRotocol b4 u exude nemore of ur interest
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