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Old 09-12-2002, 11:15 AM
AOX81 AOX81 is offline
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When are you no longer considered "Local"?

Currently my sorority has two chapters.

Alpha Chapter - University of Michigan - Flint

Beta Chapter - is for those who are not attending UM-Flint which currently includes Mott College and Oakland University. This semester we will be pledging girls from Baker College. We chose to lump them all together because of the number of girls.

Oakland University could become our Gamma Chapter.

And this morning we received and e-mail from a girl at Frostburg State University in Maryland about wanting to expand our sorority to their campus.

When are you no longer considered "Local"?

Should we use the "term" regional instead of "local"?
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Old 09-13-2002, 10:18 PM
chideltjen chideltjen is offline
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i remember reading somewhere that a local could be considered regional or even national if there are 3 or more chapters of that local.
We also have a beta chapter. Someone told us that we were regional but I still think it is too early for us. I still consider myself to be a local gal.
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