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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.
It means corresponding with the image your sorority perpetuates and matching your sisters dollar-for-dollar to achieve the status or identity that comes with two or three often-mispronounced Greek letters.
Only about twenty-five percent of Penn students choose to go Greek (which is different from how many are offered spots).
However, during the six days of rush, “The Process” is inescapable.
At Penn, first semester sorority dues range from 0 to 0.
There are examples to the contrary, of course: an African-American freshman tells me on the night of her bid party that joining Greek life is one of the best decisions she’s ever made.
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.