Where you in a sorority or fraternity in college, or are you now?

By Brian . Created on Sep 02, 2020
Hey there. I posted this a while back, then took it down as it felt like I was tripping down memory lane than a poll. That said, the question is self explanatory, though I'd be curious about people's experiences if they were.
Lifestyle 137 votes | 13 Comments
Yes, I was in a sorority

Yes, I was in a sorority

Yes, I was in a fraternity

Yes, I was in a fraternity

No, I was never 'Greek'

No, I was never 'Greek'

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Scott said 3 weeks ago
Never been to college
Milan said 3 weeks ago
Didn't have frats. at our school because it was too small! Did have intramural sports team with Greek letter insignia's . Ours was Sigma Phi!
Mena said 4 weeks ago
Nope
Jim said 4 weeks ago
never went to college
Yes, I was in a fraternity
Brian said 4 weeks ago
Have to say a bit surprised with this one, most saying they were never in a sorority or fraternity or that their college simply didn't have them. Would have though more the other way. Thanks for all the votes and replies thus far.
No, I was never 'Greek'
Toad said 4 weeks ago
The university (from which I graduated) did not have Greek life. The majority of the students were working adults. There were a variety of clubs with interests, or majors, in common. We had fun learning from one another.
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Cynthia said 4 weeks ago
no
Me said 4 weeks ago
One of my universities did not allow fraternities - you 'belonged' to the faculty you were taking your courses in.

Kept the elitism and riff-raff out and the parties were much larger!
Yes, I was in a fraternity
Brian said 4 weeks ago
I should look up the history of these some time. Was always under the impression most started simply as some interest group within whatever field one was taking, and somewhere along the way became what they are now.
No, I was never 'Greek'
Marcus H said 4 weeks ago
Seems to me that those who reject the elitists on one side and the riff-raff on the other, have a pretty high opinion of their own 'perfect' socio economic status.