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’”" data-reactid="47"In a Total Sorority Move advice column posted last month, sorority alumna Catie Warren wrote, “When my grandmother went through recruitment sixty years ago, it was based on looks.’”fat, you’d be asked to leave the room during discussions,” she says.“Of course we discuss other attributes like grades and extracurriculars when recruiting, but that only happens when the baseline level for appearances are met,” says a current sister at UCLA.Fraternities, on the other hand, are judged to a much lesser degree on their appearance. Alpha Chi Omega handbook says the deciding factor for “winning” recruitment isn’t about having the strongest sisterhood—it is about selecting the prettiest girls who will in turn attract more fraternities for events.Related: Emma Sulkowicz Tackles the Issue of College Rape" data-reactid="71"Related: Emma Sulkowicz Tackles the Issue of College Rape“Am I pretty enough for rush?” someone under the name 28St Greek wrote, “At USC, a freshman PMN (potential new member)—what is going to really affect her rush is: who she is, who she knows, and especially how she looks.Photo: Ben Weller/Trunk Archivestrict fashion and beauty demands sororities put on their sisters during rush, and your appearance is even more important when you’re rushing a top sorority.
It gives suggestions for how you could rephrase your offensive comments about the potential members into something acceptable for discussion,” she says.
She does think it’s possible for a plus-size girl to get a bid at a top-tier sorority, but says these ladies typically counterbalance their weight with impeccable wardrobes, excellent references, great social skills, and having a legacy (Greek life lingo meaning their direct relatives were in the same sorority).
Grant advises her clients to study the sororities’ websites at their universities in order to figure out how to mimic their looks. " data-reactid="50"Pat Grant, a co-founder of Rushbiddies, a full-service coaching program for steering young women through the competitive rush process, holds private sessions and has clients around the nation.
Grant advises her clients to study the sororities’ websites at their universities in order to figure out how to mimic their looks.
The 2013 recruitment handbook from University of Southern California’s Sigma Delta Tau, which features acceptable hairstyles using white, blonde celebrities.