Greek Life

Hey all!
This past week has been very Greek-oriented…for me, anyway. We had rush all of last week and Bid Day on Saturday, which I got to participate in. (:
Also, our Special Sections theme for the week was rush. You can see my incredibly well-written article here. You should also check out the other view on things, written by our Editor-in-Chief.

Now with that being said, I’d like to focus a little more on the importance of Greek Life here at Muskingum. Greek members are very prominent on campus–although they aren’t really the majority. They are very involved in a number of clubs and activities, and they are generally having a good time. I know some of you probably don’t think “Going Greek” is for you. Maybe it’s not. But I also know that I didn’t think it was for me. And it turned out to be one of the best decisions I’ve ever made–and I’m not even a full week in.

It’s a really neat thing to have all of these people that care about you. It’s definitely a lot of fun. It pushes you to better yourself in ways that you can’t do alone, and it gives you a strong support system in your life. It gives you something bigger than any other club or organization, something that goes beyond your four years of college. The great thing about Muskingum is that it’s not at all like your stereotypical sororities and fraternities. All kinds of different people are accepted. More on that if you read my article above. 😉

The other cool thing about Muskingum is that you don’t have to “Go Greek” to be involved in the campus, or even to be considered “cool,” if that even really matters in college. Everybody’s accepted and it’s pretty easy to find somewhere you fit in if you try to.

When it comes down to it, Muskingum offers a lot of opportunities for growing and expanding your interests. It’s a great way to get involved in things you’ve never even thought about. And you’re sure to make new friends and have a great time.

Have an excellent week!

Kelsey

 

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