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Old 10-16-2017, 02:38 PM
fraternitynik fraternitynik is offline
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I can't speak to your school specifically, but here are some thoughts:

- If the sororities aren't receptive to your invitations, consider looking to sororities in other councils you may not have asked (if you have multiple councils) or womens' athletic teams.

- Look at the standards your school requires of fraternity/sorority chapters and use that to organize something. It may not be a standard social, but doing a community service event with a sorority is a great way to connect, which may open doors.

- Worry first about getting your chapter up and running. There are probably a lot of things you'll have to do to get in the good graces of your fraternity and the school. Social activities are at the bottom of the list. So make sure your chapter has its stuff together before you worry too hard about all the other stuff, it won't matter if the chapter gets closed again.
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