A good friend recently told me about an interesting flyer that was put up on a wall in her sorority’s sorority recruitment office. The flyer says, “We encourage women to consider the sorority experience as an opportunity for self-reflection and growth. As students we are there to learn, not just for the sake of belonging, but for the sake of learning.
This flyer is one of the best ideas I’ve seen in a long time for recruiting women (and men) away from home. I’ve seen a lot of ridiculous flyers, but this flyer is not one of them. It’s all about self reflection and growth in every sorority, not just that of a specific sorority.
The flyer is also great because it addresses the very real problem of women in society, a problem I heard a lot of people discuss in a recent podcast. Girls at school, on the other hand, are often told to stay home and play video games because their brains are so much more interesting than guys’ brains. But by focusing on girls, the flyer takes care of a problem that doesn’t exist.
The flyer is a great example of what I mean by “a great idea on paper,” because it focuses on a very real issue that a lot of people are dealing with in our society. A problem that is not being talked about enough. The goal is to get some girls to come out to the sorority, but the flyer is also about self-awareness, and self-growth.
What I’m talking about is the new generation of college “fraternity” pledges who are all so eager to make their parents proud, but it’s so much harder to get them to actually go. It’s difficult because college is so competitive that the girls want to get in so fast that they don’t really have time to think about it. It’s also harder because the colleges that these girls are pledging to are all so different. They are all very different from each other.
So it is pretty tough for a sorority to recruit new members because of the differences. Sororities are basically a sisterhood, like a church, or a college, or a club. They are very much like a college or a club. Its also tough because different sororities are competing for the same girls. Sororities are always competing for their members so they can make their parents proud. There is also a lot of sexual tension within sororities.
The fact is that new sororities are competing with each other for members so they can make their parents proud. The only thing sororities seem to agree on is that they want to get more girls (and girls are more important than boys). It is pretty clear that these sororities are competing in the recruitment of girls because those girls are needed for their sororities to survive.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m not the only one who feels this way about sororities. I’m also not the only one. It’s not that I’m not the only one who feels I’m not the only one. I’m not the only one who’s feeling this way about them, or I’m not the only one who’s feeling this way about them. I’m the one that’s feeling this way about them.
While I think sororities are one of the better things, I also think that they also are a bit of a victim of their own success. Sororities are often seen as a way for young women to escape from the strictures of their parents and family. Im not saying that sororities are bad. I do think that they are sometimes criticized for being elitist.
Im not saying that sororities are bad, but that is a perception that sororities have. A friend of mine told me that her sorority always had a lot of applicants. So I was thinking about this one, and I think sororities actually have a better shot at recruiting than they think they do. Sororities don’t have to worry about finding a room, the college fees, or the fact that no one wants to be a sorority girl.