To anyone that knew me in high school, yes, you read the title of the post right. I'm gearing up for sorority recruitment this weekend, which from what I understand is a lot of meeting people and a lot of sitting around waiting to meet people.
When I was in high school, I swore to myself that I would never even consider joining a sorority. I thought sororities were like in those movies in which drunk Americans chug out of kegs and wear booty-shorts 24/7 while backstabbing their so-called "sisters" over boys. My perspective of sororities and sorority women changed after I actually started university... and did a 180 flip. A lot of the most talkative, intelligent girls I know here in uni are in sororities. They are by and large sociable and nice, and don't walk around in booty shorts all day (actually, no one can in Boston because it's cold, but that's besides the point).
Well, university is the time to try things that you never anticipated on actually doing, right? And since I upped my graduation year, I'd only be a sorority woman for a year before graduation. It's better late than never... so I'll probably post after and let everyone know if I got a bid.
If anyone has gone through sorority recruitment, please let me know how it went!