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Old 12-21-2014, 03:44 PM
rhoyaltempest rhoyaltempest is offline
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Originally Posted by Sen's Revenge View Post
The majority of initiates are inactive after they graduate anyway. It is a reflection of the culture of sorority life, but not a reflection of active membership.
I hear what you're saying but when I think of "Sorority Life" after college I think of active Alumnae members who run around advising undergrad chapters, work in the community, attend meetings and leadership workshops, etc. (and if you're an officer it can feel like a 2nd job). I'm not thinking about members who have graduated getting together and reminiscing about when they pledged. So I guess it's just a matter of perception.
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