an outsider’s look into the mythical world of the sorority rush
by ANNA ALISON BRENNER
Before I got to college, I couldn’t understand why anyone who wasn’t a “girly-girl” would join a sorority. The stereotype of prissy, Jewish American Princesses who slept on fluffy pink comforters and wore Juicy tracksuits everywhere was far too engrained in my head—by the media, and god knows what else—for me to possibly imagine any alternative.
And then I came to Cornell. Continue reading “Understanding the Sound and the Fury”