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Now that Syracuse University’s IFC spring rush period has finally come to an end, aspiring Greeks around campus have officially made the coveted transition from GDIs to worthless maggot pledges, prepared for the toughest physical and mental challenge of their college careers. Delta Theta pledge Marc Nason, however, was caught off guard to learn that... MORE »
As the second round of rush comes to a close for the semester, we here at Campus Basement would like to take a look at the subtle differences between Fraternities and Sororities. Namely, Bid Day; the single most-greatest best mindfucking heartbreakingly emotional day of the Greek calendar for GDI hopefuls. Girls (on girls bid day)... MORE »
In a slightly surprising turn of events, numerous sororities on campus were reported to have served hard alcohol and drugs at their rush week recruitment events. While fraternities were busy with their Dry Rush Week, or “3 Day Rush-apallooza” as the IFC now requires it be called, sororities and their PNM’s raged on into the... MORE »
The upstanding gentlemen of Lehigh’s many remaining fraternities pay out some serious C.R.E.A.M. in order to”¦ cream. Don’t look so shocked. It’s as true as the Hill-wide drug raids conducted earlier in the semester by LUPD (you didn’t hear about that from me). Don’t believe me? Well, the numbers don’t lie and we’ll get to... MORE »
The CCC has been speculated about amongst social scientists at Cornell University for many years. Until now the complex has never been able to be understood or analyzed seeing as the onset has been unclear. No longer do we have to merely hypothesize! “There seems to be an existing trend in some of the undergraduate... MORE »