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Greek life at Penn means being financially secure enough to order an outfit for the jungle themed bid party held at a club downtown, to buy presents for your little sister, and to pay for dinners, coffee, and froyo during “dates” with your new sisters.
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Can you give me a quick overview of your gym routine? I try my best to eat as much as I can, and lift as heavy as I can. I also have huge interest in charity and volunteer work, therefore I want to make a foundation that’ll allow me to help as many people in need as I can.
During a convocation ceremony on the first night of rush, Gaffney offers us a wide range of advice, from avoiding colds (“If you get sick, it’s gonna be really painful”) to to letting go of sorority stereotypes (“If you think being in a sorority means going out every weekend, please leave”).
We watch a cluster of girls on the Panhellenic Council, the Executive Board for sorority life at Penn, chirp on stage about the “magical journey” we’re about to undergo before they pull out a selfie stick, snap away, and say they’ll post the photos on Facebook.