Plently of ish dating
on there (not just registered) is likely to be around 7.0 million.This still makes it one of the most popular dating communities in the world.I held a leadership role in my sorority (one where there was no committee under me, but I did initiate and successfully complete some large projects) and was also a recruitment counselor for Greek life for two years (a highly competitive position at my school).
He likes your lips, your body, your eyes and the way you smell. Sure, we complain, but I have yet to talk to man who had any idea, no matter how fleeting, that he could change the woman in his life. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.However you put it on your resume, I think it would look very weird to leave off the specific affiliation and just “say you were in Greek life.” All right, ladies, I’m curious — how many of you were in the Greek system in college?How has it affected your professional lives since — have you used your sorority as a networking tool? *I will always, always, always remember taking a psych class in college and having a teacher ask the class, “What affiliation are you?