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Shhhh!! Posted on 06-13-2004
theTRUTH

A word of advice for all incoming freshmen who have a small, medium or strong desire to become greek... KEEP IT TO YOURSELF! Thank you, that is all 8)
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Girl701 replied on 06-13-2004 10:26PM [Reply]
Im go out on a llimb and ask WHY?
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HU_BadLady replied on 06-14-2004 06:53PM [Reply]
^^ cosigns
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HU_BadLady replied on 06-14-2004 06:55PM [Reply]
^^ cosigns
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theTRUTH replied on 06-14-2004 09:00PM [Reply]
Girl701 wrote:
Im go out on a llimb and ask WHY?
Greek aspirations should be kept to yourself because its not an issue that you discuss with others...its some sort of "unwritten rule." And largely because people have messed themselves up by talking too much...
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Afro-American replied on 06-14-2004 09:06PM [Reply]
im not a greek though, but another piece of advice is to RESEARCH the organization dont try to strive for it just because "its the hypest on campus" or you think that just "your sparkling personality will get you in" thats superficial reasons....you shouldnt pledge and sacrifice to something ya didnt know about and research lol
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theTRUTH replied on 06-14-2004 09:21PM [Reply]
HU-Queen wrote:
im not a greek though, but another piece of advice is to RESEARCH the organization dont try to strive for it just because "its the hypest on campus" or you think that just "your sparkling personality will get you in" thats superficial reasons....you shouldnt pledge and sacrifice to something ya didnt know about and research lol
You better preach, Queen!
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Soul D-Psi-ple from Mount Rainier, MD replied on 06-15-2004 12:32AM [Reply]

Don't EVER bad talk an organization to anyone. You never know who your talking to. If you ABSOLUTELY have to ask a Greek something (appropriate) about their org., come correct with respect and you will receive respect. And if anyone ask what your aspirations are, just say its none of their business, they don't need to know.
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SagnastyChic replied on 06-16-2004 11:21AM [Reply]
Psichotic Supa' Deuce wrote:
Don't EVER bad talk an organization to anyone. You never know who your talking to. If you ABSOLUTELY have to ask a Greek something (appropriate) about their org., come correct with respect and you will receive respect. And if anyone ask what your aspirations are, just say its none of their business, they don't need to know.
or you can do like me and just say you're not sure yet.......but let me enlighten With pan hel, better yet all greek organizations, whether they are pan hel or not, discretion is the key.....but discret.....if you're running around talking about wha tyou wanna do, they see right there that if you were on lin eyou'd have a problem with discretion.......also, they do not like bug a boos.....the thing is, you can ask them questions.....respectful low key questions....but do ask them a question eveery hour on the hour about themself, their frat, the sistahs or bruhs, if you gonna ask questions, adn things that they have no problems asking...like the principles their frat is based on. I'm greek, not pan hel greek, but greak (ALPHA PHI OMEGA....CO-ED), and I knwo I hate it when people ask me 101 questions about me and my bruhs (Coed frats call everyone bruhs) adn out frat.....9 times outta 10 they can find most of the info on teh national website.... If you wanna be down with a certain frat ot soror, attend there events, befriend the members genuinely, and research............
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ManifestDSTiny33 replied on 06-16-2004 02:21PM [Reply]
Let's keep it real... E'rythang at Howard has PROCESS (membership intake/pledging.. whatever YOU want to call it) I mean, we had initiation for choir.. LOL So as a general rule, don't run off at the mouth about anything you want to do, be it Gentlemen of DREW or Flashy Flags or Campus Pals.. Whutever..
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