POV: You’re Rushing a Fraternity

Members of Sigma Pi and Phi Kappa Sigma fraternities have a waterfight on the UCLA campus, Los Angeles, California, April 3, 1957. (Photo by Gene Lester/Getty Images)

For most schools, it’s rush season. Right about now the rush chair gave his huge “motivating” speech at chapter meeting that a quarter of the chapter even listened to. Depending on the school, picking a fraternity to rush can be a tough task. Here are some good and bad things to look out for when deciding.

Weenie Hut Junior- This is the frat that talks about how they have about 30 guys, but every time you see them tabling or at rush events, they have a solid 13 guys out there. They also go on to talk about how they are the oldest frat on campus and that they won intramurals 3 years in a row in the early 90s. This frat also talks about their philanthropy for an absurd amount of time. It gets you to think if thats the only thing they have going for them. Although don’t judge a book applies too many things, this is the exception. If you meet the president and see that he looks like McLovin from Superbad, you gotta bail.

The Senders- This frat has all their members with their hats backward and cut-off sleeve rush shirts. They’ll talk about their huge parties and the bad girls they hang out with. These are the same guys who are huge Full Send fans and will be slamming happy dads. Joining these guys, while a lot of fun, will undoubtedly make you stay a 5th or 6th year.

The Perfect Fit- The ideal fraternity. These guys like to have fun, but that’s not the only thing they talk about. Their parties are fun and the girls are hot, but they offer more with their philanthropy and tight brotherhood. They also don’t come off as super douchey but seems like they could definitely get rowdy like Frank the Tank in Old School.

Written by Danny Serrano

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