#TSM 5 Reasons to Join Greek Life
Apr15

#TSM 5 Reasons to Join Greek Life

Greeks. I promise it's not the negative stereotypes you see in movies. You might not believe me now, but if you go through Rush/Recruitment, you will see that Greek life at Wagner is pretty amazing. To be honest, I came into college pretty skeptical, but within the course of one week, I changed my mind, and this is why... 1. Brotherhood/Sisterhood Is Forever Yes, it's cliche and sappy but it's actually the truth. If you're a commuter,...

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My Big Fat Greek Family
Sep29

My Big Fat Greek Family

You know it's Greek recruitment week when you see hundreds of girls standing in the Union atrium, cheering loudly as each organization welcomes a new addition to their family. Recruitment Week  When you first walk into a room filled with girls wearing the same letters and cheering as you sit down, it may seem oddly intimidating. However, as you start talking, they no longer seem like strangers but rather best friends that you've known...

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The Final Greek Event of the Year
May24

The Final Greek Event of the Year

This year came and went so fast that it seems like only yesterday when I first introduced myself on HawkTalk. Being in a Greek organization, one of our many exclusive events is our final event, which we call "Formal." Formal is basically a type of dance where all the brothers invite dates to a nice hotel to enjoy dinner and a night of dancing. Every Greek house has its own formal and members of other fraternities and sororities are...

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Rush Week: A Break From Tradition
Feb19

Rush Week: A Break From Tradition

Rush week is finally over and with it all of the anxiety every single Greek Life member and potential recruit had. This semester, rush was done very differently than it had been done previous semesters. For those who are not familiar with the Greek Life terms, let me explain what it all entails: Rush is a period where Greek houses recruit interested members for a chance to join the fraternity or sorority. Let's begin with the...

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