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10 Things Sorority Girls Love About Work Week

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10 Things Sorority Girls Love About Work Week
Celeste Tamez

Recruitment season is officially in session, ladies! Greek women across the nation have moved back into their sorority houses and have prepared for the formal recruitment season. However, we can't have a formal recruitment week, without a work week. This week encompasses long days and nights, lots and lots of practice, and a perfect reunion with your sisters. While we do put the "work" in work week, here are ten things we absolutely LOVE about work week.

1. Reuniting with our sisters.


Definitely maybe almost cried when I saw my little.

2. Hearing all about people's summer.


Whether your sisters' traveled the world or spent the summer doing volunteer work, it's so exciting to hear about everything they did.

3. The amazing leg workouts.


Bouncing and clapping is no joke.

4. Reflecting on what your sorority means to you.


Work week is a time to reflect on why you joined your sorority and what you hope others can get out of it.

5. All the games!


Step tag, Farkle, and Ships and Sailors, to name a few.



Get a group of 200+ sorority women in one room, and it's bound to be full of laughs and smiles.

7. Seeing everything coming together.


Seeing everything come together, from your chants to your outfits, is something indescribable.

8. The anticipation of new sisters!


The most exciting part of any school year, hands down!

9. The work week themes.


Disney days, rock and roll, candy??? The possibilities are ENDLESS.




We love work week almost as much as we love recruitment!!

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