Hey Northwestern, Did you go Greek? Why or why not?
|I am Greek. I’m in Phi Mu Alpha, the music fraternity. Some prominent people in my life at home were in it, so I decided to join.|
– Bryce Bowlin, Music senior
|No, I did not [go Greek] because I don’t have the money and it takes up too much time. Although I did consider joining a historically black sorority.|
– Rebecca Davis, Music senior
|No, I really didn’t want to do Greek because it takes so much time and I didn’t think I would be friends with anyone except the guys in my frat.|
– Neil Dhawan, Weinberg sophomore
|I didn’t pledge because it freaks me out how cultish sororities are, and I’ve seen Legally Blonde a few too many times.|
– Kate Goodwin, Medill freshman
|I joined FIJI* because I liked being part of a brotherhood and the party atmosphere.|
– Chris Dugan, Weinberg freshman
|I wanted to have a good time and good brothers, and to be a part of the Greek system here at NU, so I joined AEPi. |
– Michael Lobel, Weinberg freshman
*Correction — Saturday, January 19: An earlier version of this article incorrectly spelled “FIJI,” or Phi Gamma Delta.