College Sorority Rush, is there any way to bring Christian Charity to the process?
Our older girls have been involved in Sorority Rush for six years now, either to be accepted in the Sorority or now as upper classmen deciding who gets a bid. My wife and I have tried year after year to give the girls our advice about being kind and open to the incoming Freshman and looking beyond the superfluous stuff and looking at the Freshman girls potential and how they might be comfortable with their Sorority.:shrug:
DW has been on the phone late at night this week not giving advice necessarily, but just listening to the days ups and downs. So our DD3 calls last night boo-hooing that she got in a big fight with some of her Sorority Sisters because they wanted to cut a girl from the Catholic High school we go to. Evidently her hair cut was not cute enough.:rolleyes::doh2: DW and I were not Greek and the whole process still boggles my mind. Is there any Christian/Catholic advice I can give now? I don’t want to be a helicopter parent,:rolleyes: but giving good advice during this could help them keep things in perspective.
The whole process seems rather catty, with the drama & super drama, and even cursing.:eek: It is less than lady like, not to mention less than Christian.