The Chapman Recruitment Diaries made me wonder but I didn't want to side track that thread. With recruitment at Chapman in the fall, does anyone know why Kappa ('13) and Pi Phi ('14) are colonizing in the spring rather than right after fall recruitment?
I don't know nearly enough about the colonization process & the myriad options available, but it seems like most colonizations occur at roughly the same time as formal recruitment. Just curious if there's a mysterious formula for this, or something at Chapman that makes a spring colonization more effective.
And in the years after, with tears or with laughter, we'll always remember our dear Kappa days.