What If Your Sorority Was Defined By A Zodiac Sign?

What If Your Sorority Was Defined By A Zodiac Sign?

Which sign is your sorority?
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Kappa Delta- Aries

You tell it like it is, there’s no bullshit in your game. You’ve often been called “firey” or “outspoken”, but this is a good thing. The world needs people who strongly believe in their opinions. You are strong an spunky, much like a typical Aries.

Delta Phi Epsilon- Aquarius


You’re unique much like the unicorn that represents you. You’re very social and have often been described as extroverted. You don’t go with the flow, you make things entirely your own, much like the individualistic Aquarius.

Alpha Epsilon Phi - Virgo


You’re intelligent, capable, and committed. Where ever you go, you go with 100% of your mind, body and spirit. Although you might be more on the introverted side, you are incredibly kind and genuine, much like the dependable Virgo.

Phi Sigma Sigma- Sagittarius

Honesty and open-mindedness are what you pride yourself on. You’re always down to travel and detest liars. You have a generally enthusiastic outlook on life and are excited to see where you go next, much like the free-spirited Sagittarius.

Zeta Tau Alpha- Leo

You are bold, extroverted, and adore being the center of attention. Everyone notices when you enter a room. You carry yourself with such confidence, and that makes sense. Leo is a lion, and you know how to roar.

Delta Delta Delta- Taurus

You’re down to earth and generous. You believe that all things are better when experienced with others, so you’re never found without your squad. You can also be very determined, if there’s something you want you go for it, much like the typical Taurus.

Alpha Omicron Pi- Scorpio

You are intense and passionate. There is something very clever about you too, you’re witty and no one fools you easily. Liars beware though, because you despise them. For you, even a white lie can be unforgivable. You’re focused and ambitious, like any good Scorpio.

Alpha Gamma Delta- Cancer

You’re loyal, you stand by the people you love til the very end. You’re intuitive and usually have a 6th sense when it comes to reading people and the environment around you. But more than anything you’re emotional, and sentimental, like a true Cancer.

Alpha Phi- Capricorn

You’re grounded and business oriented. You work first, play later. But when you play, you have a very good time, for you aren’t afraid to let loose every now and then. You are smart and focused, ready to take on any challenge, like the driven Capricorn.

Phi Mu- Pisces

You can be shy, but once you open up, you to others you are incredibly sweet. Generosity is your game as you are always giving to others. You have a big heart, and make one of the best friends a person could want, like a typical Pieces.

Alpha Xi Delta- Gemini

You love to have fun and are generally carefree. You are funny as hell and always the life of the party, everybody loves being your friend. Some might say that you have something of a split personality, though, like most Geminis do.

Alpha Sigma Tau- Libra


You crave balance and are happiest when things are fair. You’re peaceful and generally get along with everyone, although you don’t exactly wear your heart on your sleeves, you’re careful with expressing your emotions. You’re reserved but fun much like the harmonious Libra.


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If You Own 6 Of These 10 Brands, You Are 100 Percent Basic

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For every brand you own, give yourself a point.

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What was your score? Are you truly basic or not? If you are BASIC embrace that, who cares what anyone thinks! If you aren't basic, well then you are clearly embracing your style and thriving! Meanwhile, the rest of us are BASIC as can be and we love it!

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Making a Decision: an Indecisive Guide

To all the indecisive people out there: you are not alone

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I am the queen of indecision. For me, making a choice will have me frantically calling both of my parents, asking all of my friends' advice and postponing all studying until the decision is made. Of course, this is because I do not want to make a choice that I regret – such as the time I decided that starting my job at 6:30 am would be a good idea, or the time when I scared my friends with how hyper I was after drinking both coffee and Boba tea. Yet when I take this caution of making the wrong choice too far, the decision-making process itself ends up being regrettable. So much so that I called my mom approximately seven times this weekend to ask her advice on a decision. So much so that my brother used an example of me not being able to choose what kind of shoe I should wear in his article.

This weekend, I was presented with two amazing opportunities to make a difference in the world this summer and I entered a stage of decision paralysis that I did not know was possible. No matter which angle I looked at each situation from, they both would provide me with a phenomenal experience, and would both require sacrifices. Despite not (as of yet) reaching a concrete decision, I learned a lot about the decision-making process and what to do in the next time I am faced with a difficult choice. So, in the spirit of finding summer jobs, gearing up to register for classes and deciding what on earth we want to do with our futures, here are the tips and tricks that I would follow to make the best decision that you can.

Don't overthink it.

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Really, this goes without thinking! Or, unlike most of us, it goes with a LOT of thinking! Seriously though, if you overthink things, they will turn into a pudding mush in your brain until you don't know what you don't know anymore. There is a very fine line between thinking through all your options and overthinking them – and judging by the number of times I called my mom this weekend, definitely crossed it.

Always use the pro-con list

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Ah, the Gilmore Girls. Not only did you inspire me to read every single book under the sun or have a witty conversation full of cultural references no one else understands, but you also taught me the beauty of the pro-con list. Choosing what you want can be messy and difficult to find because of the fears you might have. distinguish from the fears. Writing it all down on paper can often illuminate the right decision and show you which path is ultimately better.

Decide on your make-or-break factor

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Sometimes even the best pro-and-con lists will not be enough and will leave you in a frantic analysis ("should I go for the decision with 3 cons or 3.5 cons?") When even the Gilmore method fails, fear not! Consider which factors you truly do not want to compromise on and go from there. This can mean that even the worse decision may be the right one for you.

Trust your gut

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As much as it is difficult to dig through your feelings to find your true motives behind a decision, your gut can sometimes tell you what you are most passionate about and therefore what decision is best for you to take. As my Emory Reads friends tell me, passion trumps everything. Choosing which decision aligns with your values will often lead you to make the best and most-satisfying decision.

But trust your head as well

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But your gut can't always be trusted. It can lie to you, and when you overthink too much, it can change its mind. Your gut feeling may be one that is furthermore borne out of fear of the other option. In that way, I have made many a good decision based on the pure basis of rationality. Using only our heart to make important decisions allows fear to be one of the factors, whereas looking at the decision rationally can help you see the ultimate path.

Ask around

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When I am puzzled about making a risky decision, I often consult the people in my life who are on my side and want the best for me. These people can help you gauge what your heart truly desires, bring up factors that you haven't considered and even act as a support network for you while making this decision. When your mind kicks into over-analysis, sometimes a fresh perspective is all you need to truly make a confident choice. Decisions are hard, people. Don't make them on your own.=

Don't ask everyone

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There is such a thing as consulting others to make an important decision, and there is such a thing as relying on them to make your decision. If you ask too many people from too wide a pool, you'll end up having opinions for and against what you are proposing, which means that someone will always be disappointed in your decision. The bottom line is, asking too many people for their opinions is frustrating, no matter what – whether they have contradicting opinions, or they just nod their heads and go "hmmm, tough choice" (thanks, I guess?). In order to avoid frustration, consult the people in your life who know you the best and are dearest to you, rather than the stranger in front of you in line for fries at the DUC.

"Would my dad be proud?"

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Or your granddad, or your mom, or your professor, or even a TV character. Whoever you know whose morals you can measure your decision up to will often provide reason and illumination. If the decision you are making is not too wild and you feel that you will have their approval, then it is likely not detrimental.

Stick with your decision!

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Resolutely make up your mind and refuse to turn back. Exercise your right as a free individual to make a choice for yourself, and then do not second-guess it. Please don't do what I did and email a company two days later saying you've changed your mind. Please.

There is not always a right decision

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Sometimes both decisions you are presented with have different but equally good opportunities. In that case, lucky you! You have two amazing opportunities and therefore cannot mess up. Rather than stressing that you are picking the wrong choice, know that you cannot go wrong in either.

Realize you will grow no matter what

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Decision-making should be viewed as a challenge and a privilege rather than a burden. Make big, bold and beautiful decisions. Making up your mind can lead to a phenomenal experience that you will adore or a difficult experience that will only fashion you into a better person. Positive consequences can come out of any decision, even if we land in an upsetting position. Each choice we make can positively contribute to our character, fashioning us into the person we are becoming, day by day.


By the time this article is published, I will know my decision. And hopefully, by the end of this article, you will know yours. Let's continue to make decisions courageously, following both our heads and our hearts. Let's be determined to grow through our decisions, realizing that we have made the best choice we could, and never looking back.

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