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It echoes past the row of sororities on Walnut Street near the University of Pennsylvania, where I scamper in my skirt and tights to join the line of girls shivering outside one of the houses“Penguin huddle! She and her Canada Goose-clad friends converge and hug each other, perfume mixing and heels clattering against the sidewalk while they chat about the last house they visited.“They seemed really sweet, but they have such a Jappy reputation! In a few minutes a Rho Gamma—an upperclassman girl assigned to help with rush—shepherds us into alphabetical order.I complain about the cold with the fellow freshmen sandwiched on either side of me, but there’s barely any time to talk before we’re crammed into the house.The chanting grows louder and louder—“S-I-G-M-A, Sigma Kappa, One Heart One Way!
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“I should have gone through with it.”Finances aren’t the only factor that bar some Penn women from rushing.
“I don’t think a lot of black people rush,” say Carrie, a black student from the Bronx who opted out of “The Process.” But, she also adds, “I kinda wish I did it.”The overwhelming majority of girls I talked to throughout rush were white and relatively affluent.
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.
Penn’s Panhellenic Council also introduced a scholarship fund in 2013 that’s helped cover sorority dues for 12 women, though that’s a relative drop in the bucket in terms of the Greek life community.
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