Mary and Evie talk about their sorority experience
Tour GuideMichael Stanwick
I ask my friends Evie and Mary about their experience with sorority life
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So I'm gonna be interviewing to my good friends Mary and evey. I'm gonna ask him a few questions about their major in their sorority, so way to reduce their. So I'm going to introduce two of my friends. They're both in programs with this really interesting thing called Coop. Hey, I'm married and I'm a thirty year at u C. And I studied fashion design. I'm TV, and I'm a third year, you see, and I study electrical engineering. So tell me one thing you love about Cassie and one thing that you dislike start with this like and then we'LL get a positive. I dislike all the hills on campus because it's a lot of walking there, especially I So I just like I think the one well, that because I like you see so much. Now, I probably would say I dislike the time that it takes Teo, Get from my apartment to class. Usually twenty minutes for me, maybe ten to fifteen, Whatever. Uh, Edie and Mary are both girls and story, so you can tell us how you got involved with a Greek life. I went to Greek, uh, formal recruitment at you see, because I had a best friend from high school at home who convinced me to go through recruitment and going into college, and that's going to different schools. So a recruitment and sortie life was something that we could talk about. Then when I actually went through recruitment, I was pleasantly surprised by how genuine and friendly the people that I met in my chapter Where, Yeah, for me. I just heard about it from other friends who have been through, like me, other schools. You see, and I just knew I wanted to meet more people. So I went through it actually thinking I was just gonna drop if, like, not actually joined a story just to meet people. The night went through it actually, like, really enjoy the sortie experience, and it's all in love with one of them and made a lot of people through Yeah, what do you civilly like? About reclaim. You wanna go first? I think just like everything it's given me, because I get to do like a lot for Flight three things I've just met the people I had a lot of like executive, like really leadership roles and just all the people that come to like our chapters and speak to US dinners every Tuesday. Yeah, I think for me as cheesy as it sounds, I love having a group of like, well, over a hundred or two hundred people that are like genuinely trying to support me and having, like, not feeling like I'm in competition with other women. Like building each other up is probably my favorite part of life. Is it easy to get involved with authorities that, you see? I think it's super easy, and it's like really laid back in the way that, like you, kind of don't have to be an authority if you don't want to. It's not critical to being social here, but it's also is just like an ad on benefits your college experience. If you get the get the chance to be in and you conjoined like you in the fall or the spring formally or informally. So whatever really best for how you want to do it? Yeah. Tell me some of the activities that you do in Greek life. Because there's so many activities that we get to do. Probably like some of our favorites are my favorite suddenly started getting Teo volunteer opportunities with philanthropies within our specific authority and then also getting to participate and other sororities or fraternities events on getting to kind of network slash Just kind of make friends with other people in Greek life. It's really fun and cool to kind of get a chance to put yourself outside of your comfort zone. That way you see all our chapter dinners and our meetings there every Tuesday, every fraternity, every sword is the same. So it's kind of nice and you could like, go hang out there friends and get dinner with them every Tuesday. It's gonna be a good break for studying, and that's nice, too.