Once upon a time, I used to be a sorority girl. Back in 2002, I decided to return to University to complete a bachelor’s degree in Commerce. After one semester of hating my classes, I switched to Political Science. In that first month, I came across a booth at the University of Calgary’s Club Week where a few cheery faced girls greeted me with big smiles and invited me to their recruitment sessions. I was intrigued. In fact, I wanted to see what kind of bimbos would show up to this thing so I could make fun of them later with my friends.
I was a very jaded 20-something who believed everything she saw on tv about US sororities. The Canadian counterparts (especially in Calgary) are tame in comparison and a lot of stereotypes were shattered in my time at university.
Turns out the “bimbos” were all regular women in…
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