I am currently VP of my chapter of Phi Theta Kappa honor society called Beta Lambda Kappa. It's not really a Fraternity or a Sorority because it has both males and females so it's called a 'society'. But it has a cool name
Pi Kappa Alpha (Pikes) at Michigan State. It was the best decision that I have made in my life so far. It was such a great experience for me as I made so many life long friends and always have a place to go anytime I am visiting EL. Boolah, Boolah!!
My buddies and I founded a frat up at Michigan Tech back in the late 90's. Epsilon Alpha Tau (mu epsilon chapter). We didn't have a national charter, or were recognized by any local organizations... but we were a force of grained beverage consumption to be reckoned with. We did manage to get a house (my 200 sq. foot one bedroom shack on Portage Lake). We made letters for the house out of a bunch of old pizza boxes we had lying around. They lasted up until the first big rainstorm we had. After that, they got all soggy and fell apart.
There were six members in its heyday. Pledging was pretty easy, show up with a case of beer... and you're in. We would often show up to other "Greek" parties wearing our "letters". Those out of the know, were a little confused, but all others got a good chuckle out of it. We were often friendly to other organizations who openly accepted us into their house parties. When we got schit from other frat's for not being "legit" we simply stole their kegs and had our own parties... except for Kappa Delta Psi (football / hockey frat), we didn't dare mess with those guys. Parties at the Triangle House were the most fun to crash. You would have thought our frat was the only group of people who liked speed metal and enjoyed starting a circle pit.
Ah... the old college experience. Wouldn't trade it for anything in the world!
QUOTE(Veronique @ Sep 18 2003, 07:31 AM)I am currently VP of my chapter of Phi Theta Kappa honor society called Beta Lambda Kappa. It's not really a Fraternity or a Sorority because it has both males and females so it's called a 'society'. But it has a cool name
it has one guy who is ........yaknow.......european. In Greece, they kept asking me about "those people" walking around with arbatrairy letters on their jackets.