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Old 04-17-2008, 10:16 PM
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"Thinking about going Greek?"-Story from UW's Campus Paper

I found this while doing a search for something else; interesting read.

Thinking about going Greek?
Fraternity recruitment season attracts sincere pledges and simple party-goers
Spring and summer fraternity recruitment drives, or rushes, have the potential to be fraught with fakers who have no intention of joining a house.
Most of the 28 recognized fraternities at the UW host events each week throughout the year, which can include anything from house tours and barbecues to river rafting, camping trips and concerts, according to the UW Interfraternity Council (IFC) Web site.
"I know the plan that my friends always advise me to adopt:"Bolt her in, constrain her!" But who can watch the watchmen? They keep quiet about the girl's secrets and get her as their payment; everyone hushes it up."
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