Check out the new recruitment tool app put out by a member of the Penn State IFC, which helps users better navigate the university’s Greek scene.
IFC’s Vice President for Communications Jordan Rolon has created a fancy new app for all young men aspiring to join a fraternity this spring. Although some apps can be a wasted download on your iPhone, the IFC Recruitment app provides essential information for Penn State users.
A house map, similar to the Frat Map App utilized by sorostitutes roaming around frat land, is also available. Using this app, rushees will get a sense of direction if they haven’t already learned the ropes.
/Sees journalist’s non-ironic use of “sorostitutes” and “frat land.”
//Neocortex throbs like it sang “Splish Splash, I’m Taking A Bath” with Jerry Sandusky.
///Puts in DVD of Tyler Perry’s House of Payne to feel smarter.
////Doctors resuscitate; wakes up in hospital bed; promises God to be good after getting that glimpse of Hell.
The third feature is the most beneficial for users of the app. If you click “Fraternities” a list of all Penn State IFC Fraternities are listed, along with each house’s recruitment chair, the recruitment chair’s email, and their phone number.
It’s January. Freshmen have already been on campus for half a year. Frankly, if you buy this app for anything other than the purpose of making prank calls, well, I’ve got some beachfront property in Topeka to sell you.
The Penn State IFC Recruitment App: For the geed who can’t seem to take a hint.
[Via Onward State]