Today I'm going to tell you about the sorority recruitment process. And by that, I mean I am going to tell you about Alpha Delta Chi's recruitment process, because I don't have experience with anything else.
I get asked what my major is all of the time. No one really knows what I do for my major and even my best friends just say "aren't you communications or journalism or something like that?" And technically, yes, that's true, but it's much more specfic and interesting than just that. When I was in high school, I always enjoyed making videos. Whether that was filming something for school events or making random videos with my friends.
According to the movie, "If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball." If that is also conversely true, I sure I hope I never have a wrench thrown at me, because if I've learned one thing this week, it is that dodging balls is not my strong suit. BUT, if I've learned a second thing this week, it's that intramural sports are SO FUN, despite my lack of skill.
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This past week was my last sorority recruitment. After the 4th time doing this, the seniors have gotten to know the system really well. The week starts out with first datebook. On this day, the girls that are going through rush attend a "date party" at all nine of the houses. These parties are only about thirty minutes and show a quick peek of what each house's personality is like. Every house does their own entertainment at the end of each party. Some houses show a slideshow or sing songs, which always ends with a loud chant of each house's name.
It has been yet another successful weekend here in Boulder, Colorado. I feel as though I say it every weekend, but truly, at the end of the weekend, I usually feel as if I have been productive and accomplished something worthwhile.
For me, the first semester of the school year has never gone by very quickly. However, this year seems to be an anomaly. It has gone by SO fast, and I can't believe that we only have 30 days until Thanksgiving break! I am so excited to go home to see my family, but there are a LOT of things I have...
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