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Greek Books Posted on 01-02-2006
SweetieGirlie

Ok I know to learn about organizations you have to read up on the history and stuff but I have a question about the books. Ok I know a lot of Greeks always recommend The Divine Nine book but I was wondering about other books. I was looking on sites and some books say like the Unauthorized History of ABC or XYZ and I was wondering if those are legit books to read. I do not know if greeks can answer this question or not and if not ignore it the question. Thanks!!!
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replied on 01-02-2006 10:34AM [Reply]
My Gpa is a 3.8 and I am classified as a sophmore after just one semester in college so trust me I am on my academics. I have over 50 hours of community service from just this semester...I'm am not sure if that is considered alot but I can say I do plan to do more.
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laidbackfella from Orangeburg, SC replied on 01-02-2006 10:44AM [Reply]

Then focus on finding the information about interest meetings. No amount of information learned prior will help you while you are online.
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replied on 01-02-2006 10:52AM [Reply]
laidbackfella wrote:
Then focus on finding the information about interest meetings. No amount of information learned prior will help you while you are online.
Ok Thanks for the information.
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Change from boston, MA replied on 01-02-2006 09:16PM [Reply]
yea the divine nine is a good book read up on it don't listen to laidback he's just tryna be mean and intimidate let other greeks answer your question
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PGPeripheryGirl from NY, NY replied on 01-02-2006 11:47PM [Reply]
Lol yeah Divine Nine is really informative. I have the new black Greek which I lent to my prospect friend and I haven't seen since about a week after I bought it. I kinda skimmed it and it seemed chock full of history... too much history possibly because it goes off on this long tangent about Africa. And it was a weekend so I wasn't in the mood for anything more than casual reading :lol: but um yeah, Divine Nine, Black Greek 101, that new book (I'm mad that I don't even know the title to a book I own, I'm about to call that boy right now!), Google. Life is just easier when you come in with prior knowledge. In short, good luck hon and keep doing what you're doing (school wise) and everything should be fine.
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veracity_1913 from Kansas City, MO replied on 01-03-2006 12:07AM [Reply]
I can't remember the names of the books that I read for other organizations (no offense to the other BGLOs), but "In Search of Sisterhood" is very informative if your interested in DST.
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Change from boston, MA replied on 01-03-2006 01:17PM [Reply]
whatever band frat respect is something that should be coming from BOTH sides brickhead laidback needs to go back into retirement his presence isn't needed
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WileECoyote06 replied on 01-03-2006 04:16PM [Reply]
Well LBF, is telling the truth. Those books by "Big" Walt as well as his movie "Pledge Brothers" is the equivalent of you writing a book yourself, with the information you don't have yet.
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laidbackfella from Orangeburg, SC replied on 01-03-2006 06:38PM [Reply]

WileECoyote06 wrote:
Those books by "Big" Walt as well as his movie "Pledge Brothers" is the equivalent of you writing a book yourself, with the information you don't have yet.
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