I ’v e spent the last four months, two weeks, and five days avoiding the impending g-word. I physically covered my ears whenever relatives or friends would mention it, and I would avoid using it in conversation as much as possible.
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My freshman year, I could not have cared less about Penn sports.
Living in a sorority house had never been a part of my college plans. I hadn’t even planned on joining a sorority. Before I came to college, I had a very negative impression of Greek life as my mind equated sorority houses with being run down, dirty and reeking of alcohol.
It’s one of the first questions you will ever be asked in college: “where are you from?”