My first year in Delta Zeta could possibly be the best year of my life. Coming to college and not knowing anyone was a huge struggle for me, but going through recruitment and finding a place where I belong has truly brought me out of my shell. I was nervous when I decided I wanted to live in the DZ house, but it really could not have been a more rewarding experience!
Pulldown to refresh. All Greeks are retarded and poor excuses for human beings. I would rather get a lap dance from a pregnant stripper while listening to Fran Drescher talk about her yeast infection than here greeks argue over who is sluttier or gayer.
A crisisblogger commenter requested my take on the Delta Zeta sorority crisis, and as I have had my head down in two solid days of meetings, I have to admit to only hearing a passing reference to some sorority problem in conversation. So, I thought I would look at what this is all about. I found the New York Times story which ran on February
Hello, My daughter is a Bama DZ. I've always supported my daughter's interests, so it was quite natural to join GreekChat to learn about recruitment, the pledge process, and active sorority membership. When my daughter spoke about sorority life, my GreekChat studies permitted me to follow the conversation with some degree of familiarity.
Top definition. Delta Zeta unknown. Hot, sexy chicks who are fun and not fucking boringI'd rather hang with them than any other house.
Saw a Delta Zeta recruitment poster today. On it, somebody added, "All you need is your daddy's credit card and a lack of self-respect. Awful as it is, it rings true- so many Greeks are riding on Daddy's money and the fear that if they had to rely on personality alone, they wouldn't have any friends.
Or, as I like to put it: just a person, a person that happens not to be involved in Greek life. I found this College Candy article dismissing myths about sorority life and it piqued my interest in attitudes towards the girls that choose this lifestyle. To be frank, I only ever hear neutral or negative things about sororities, sorority girls, Greek life in general. What does anyone gain from actively disliking such a large population of the campus community?
There is a lot of stigma that goes into being in a sorority, and there is a circulation of premature judgement that others are quick to jump to when they see a girl wearing letters. I, however, do not care, because I wear my letters with pride. I love my sorority to a point where words cannot describe.