Anonymous asked: Would it be wrong to ask two different organizations about membership inquiry? I am looking into ZPB and SGRHO, I got in contact with the area coordinator for ZPB, but I also want to know SGRHO requirements.
If its the requirements of one organization over the other, ask yourself “Why am I really joining this organization?”.
Make your decision based not on the fact that one is easier to get into but on the fact that you feel the most at home in one over the other. Because once you cross you don’t want to find yourself wishing that you had joined a different organization.
That shit was still funny though.
Anonymous asked: Concern: this occurred 9 years ago. Anyway, junior in high school- bought & wore a greek shirt. Completely ignorant to the majority of greek life. Yet, from some influence, I was interested at the time in XYZ sorority. Well one day wore that shirt and had the audacity of taking a picture in it. smh. Fast forward- I'm in college and interested in ABC sorority now. Will that likely come back to bite me in the ass? Especially since I'm interested in pursuing membership in ABC sorority. Thanks.
On some level it likely will. Just depends on how visible the photo is and how petty the people are. The best advice I can give you is you better call Pope and Associates.
Anonymous asked: Will I be kicked off line if I don't allow myself to be beat?
If you are, is that really an organization you want to be a part of?
Anonymous asked: If I found a chapter of a sorority on my campus with some other girls, will we be considered 'paper'? Like the sorority has never been brought to our campus before. I ask this because we had some K's reactivate the chapter by just taking the test and are now paper. I'd think it'd be different because we'd be founders of a chapter, and part of my school's history. I don't know, so I figured this is a good place to ask.
In my experience most would call you a charter member of a chapter not a founder. your Founders are the one who created the organization. But to your question. You might be paper you might not be paper. that depends on various different things. With all of the law suits that happen and written laws stating that everyone who comes in these days should be “paper” you might have to deal with the fact that no one will believe you are “made” even if you are.
Anonymous asked: What makes Delta Sigma Theta and Sigma Gamma Rho different from each other?
Do your research. You can find this out with a simple search on google.
Anonymous asked: I've got accepted to become an AKA at my school.However, I don't have any family member who are apart of the Greek life nor anything about it. My question is- how do you come up with your first payment due when joining the chapter. I have about a wk to get $1000. I wanted to ask other AKA girls but I'm scared or they kinda don't share. Do girls host fundraisers, ask other members of the sorority, take out loans or what? Please help, I can use any advice.
I had been saving in preparation for my chance to join the folds of Omega. Some of my line brothers did not have that foresight. I paid about half the the cost for my Tail. I knew the minute we crossed I was never seeing that money again. But then I ran short of funds during our process, and even though I had a GF at the time I hit up and Ex-GF and she gave me $300. She wasn’t greek nor had any interest in greek life, but she knew it was important to me. I had to hear her mouth about “my poor spending/saving” habits to get the money. So in short you do whatever legal things you have todo to get the money.