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aephi alum 12-23-2019 11:49 PM

^ Sweatshirts will survive removal of stitched letters. T-shirts, not so much. My big from my local gave me a sweatshirt with the local's letters, and, when we became a chapter of AEPhi, I had the letters changed. I don't think the stitched-letter T-shirts would have survived the process.

FSUZeta 12-24-2019 05:43 PM

Saw a Zeta Phi Beta car tag frame on a car stopped next to me at a traffic light today.

Cheerio 12-26-2019 06:45 PM

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Originally Posted by *winter* (Post 2471869)
Last winter, I was sorting donations a women's shelter would use for domestic violence victims, and the rest went to their thrift store. Someone donated letters (Delta Zeta). I don't think any of them made it into circulation (poor condition, dates on event t-shirts).

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Originally Posted by jolene (Post 2472219)
I remember we had an advisor tell use to remove the stitched letters before donating. You never know where they might wind up. LOL

How does an advisor recommend greek letter removal from glassware one donates to thrifts? Just for fun (after holiday shopping was over) I looked around in a few thrifts and noticed donated, for resale, greek letter glassware from at least seven different orgs.

And as for finding "greek letters" where one would not expect them: my teenage nephew asked for crazy fun socks for Xmas and received a medium blue pair covered with multiple yellow triangles, which brought Delta Delta Delta to mind (even thought they use gold, not yellow). I told him to save them for a future college girlfriend, just incase, but the school he's thinking of attending doesn't currently have a 3D chapter.

NinjaPoodle 01-23-2020 03:46 PM

In my Jewish Studies class: a KKG and a person in a group I'm not familiar with (forgot the name)

Cookiez17 01-23-2020 11:04 PM

So I got a few

-was in NYC going to a soup kitchen and saw a couple. One had an AKA shirt on and the guy had a Kappa Alpha Psi shirt

-was working at the register at the clothing store I work at and a lady was wearing an AKA conference shirt

-was in NYC and saw a girl walk by wearing a Kappa shirt

chi-o_cat 03-23-2020 09:24 AM

On last week's episode of This is Us....

(spoilers below if you're not caught up)

Randall went through some imagined scenarios about how his life would have been different if Jack hadn't died after the fire. In one of the scenarios, Randall went to Howard U (instead of staying close to home at Carnegie Mellon) and he joined Omega Psi Phi. There was a scene of him and some other Omega brothers doing a step show for some schoolchildren.

ASTalumna06 05-24-2020 11:24 AM

A woman wearing a Delta Sigma Theta sweater in 'Becoming', Michelle Obama's documentary (on Netflix) based on her memoir of the same name.

honeychile 05-24-2020 10:08 PM

In our condo building, I've met an Alpha Phi Alpha and a Kappa Sigma, both alumni. I still seem to be the only sorority representative - or at least, one who wears letters.


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