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    rodeo

    UNC Charlotte

    True it’s no UNC or Wake Forest, but lets be serious Charlotte is in the heart of North Carolina and you could go on for days about how FaF Charlotte is. Who gives a shit that campus is kinda strict and all the fraternities moved off campus around the University area and Concord, NC area (The Avett Brothers). But whether its Lowes Motor Speedway to downtown Charlotte to Lake Norman the drinking is always good and the women are gorgeous. We’re getting football in 2013 (what a joke), but strategically USC is easily accessible. UNC Charlotte is an opulent school that has grown tremendously within the past few years and has major plans in place to continue its growth and success. True it’s classified as a commuter school where the students go back home every weekends, but greek life doesn’t go home on the weekends, we stay and rage in Charlotte.

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    Community College

    PVCC in Virginia is FaF. I went there for my freshman year, but my brothers in the Hall still let me pledge. I’ll be going to UVA in the fall. But let me tell you, Southern community colleges like Piedmont are full of future fratstars.

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    EY LamBro Chi

    University of Tulsa in Oklahoma. We may be small as hell but we are a private, D1 (We beat Notre Dame in football this year, which is pretty damn good for a school as small as ours), wet campus that likes to party. 5 fraternities and 6 sororities, I know we’re at least above 25% greek. We may be small, but we like to frat hard.

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    bro johnston

    Fratie_light said:

    gsimp83 said:

    I FRAT WAC said:

    Washington College: A small liberal arts college on the Eastern shore of Maryland where the rich and not so famous send their children to get a good education while learning life lessons of booze and sex. Particular known for its May Day (May 1st) festivities when the campus strips their cloths and reports to the College green and flag pole for a midnight congregation of the nude.
    Washington college where smart kids go to drink and screw four years away.

    Fuck WAC. Salisbury rages harder than WAC ever could. War on the Shore champs…on and off the field.

    frostburg rages harder than salisbury.

    Maryland is the anti-frat. went to high school there and got the fuck out ass soon as I graduated along with the other respectable members in my class. Its unfortunate because Maryland has the whole sailing thing going for it and Annapolis, but its hard to frat when half the population lives in poverty and graphic tees.

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    1901_2011

    The Piker said:

    1901_2011 said:

    Patriot League is about as frat as you’re going to come across in the northeast. It’s all the northeast kids that went to prep schools but didn’t quite make it into the Ivy League. The $53,000+ cost of attendance scares most away.

    They give ridiculous financial packages. I live near Lehigh (in Easton), and my friend, who doesn’t have much money, goes there on a full financial package, not an academic scholarship. Basically, he has to keep a certain GPA and he doesn’t have to pay back like 80% of the loans or something like that. They are, I guess, as fratty as the northeast can be, but are still not fratty. Cool guys though, for the most part, not stuck up, and better in sports than the Ivy.

    You are right. The financial aid is very good. But many poor/middle class prospective students are shocked by the sticker price and do not bother to apply.

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    The Piker

    Fratie_light said:

    The Piker said:

    zerohdcp said:

    The Piker said:

    zerohdcp said:

    Natty Broh said:

    Fratie_light said:

    zerohdcp said:

    Salisbury Kappa SigKnown for our jello wrestling extravaganzas that put us on probation while we were a colony.

    ohhhh salisbury

    Salisbury. Known for their dumber than dogshit student body who couldn’t get into better Maryland schools… and STD’s.

    Oh thats right because people who rejected from us get into West Virginia and East Carolina, and Maryland accepts more and dumber kids, just the dumber kids cant get in to the programs they want to. Salisbury is easily top 5 maryland schools. Hopkins, Loyola, MD, Salisbury

    Mt. St Mary’s, Hopkins, UMD, Naval Academy, Washington, Loyola, hell even Towson, come before Salisbury.

    Actually Towson is ranked lower than Salisbury, Washington is liberal arts so that might as well be last, and Mt. St Marys has no greek life. So have fun with you bottom tier fraternity, bottom tier lifestyle, and bottom tier household income.

    Dumbass, I go to an SEC school.

    so why are you even opening your mouth to a md school conversation?

    Because I know the area well, being from that region (in PA), and owning a house in coastal maryland as well.

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    GripUporGetOut

    Ball State University. School is filled with mostly liberal hippies, but back in the day was known to rage rather hard. It’s about an hour northeast of Indianapolis, and 5 hours away from anything interesting. Greek life is sub-par, but if you want to have a good time you’ll go Greek. My freshman year (’08) no one was considered “frat” or even knew what a TFM was. But I can tell you now that there are more douche bag posers on this campus more than over due to this site. Guys who normally would wear Affliction t-shirts and cargos with sandals, are now wearing Oxfords, loafers and khaki shorts. It’s a phase, they’ll grow out of it once they realize that journalism degree will still get them nowhere in life.

    That being said and the fashion critique out of the way, the parties are always good and never dull. If there is nice weather its always considered day-drinking time. Due to the unusual weather this spring, i’ve been hammered drunk at most of my classes since the beginning of March.

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