As cultural awareness increases across campus, Greek Life has specifically been affected. Panhellenic President, Joella D’Ambrosia, comments on what the fraternal community is doing to increase diversity. “See, we get a lot of crap as sorority women for ‘all looking the same’ and ‘being the same color’. So all... Read more
With Greek Life being the most important tradition at A&M, formal sorority recruitment can cause many Potential New Members to panic. Luckily, The Mugdown is here to provide tips so that you may end up with the sorority you want. After spending hours analyzing recruitment videos we have created... Read more
With their formal fast approaching, the members of a certain Christian men’s organization (that asked to remain unnamed) have been scrambling to find the perfect dates. “It’s a complicated situation that rolls around every April,” says one junior member. “There are a lot of girls in the Christian Bubble,... Read more
Each spring, students at Texas A&M have the opportunity to experience a week long competition similar to the hit show, The Bachelor. Called Paddy Murphy, the spinoff pits sororities against one another for a chance at love and good publicity.
The Aggie Bootchasers, founded by women looking to create a sisterhood between those who claim to support the Corps of Cadets the most, recently made their debut on campus. Founder and president of Bootchasers, Jessica Harwood, started the organization after realizing how hard it was to date a member of... Read more
Perhaps the oldest and most unique tradition the members of any sorority will experience is “Ring Pass”. This ceremony is traditionally held when a sister in the chapter gets engaged, and it serves as a time to share in the excitement and joy that comes with finding one’s soulmate.... Read more
REBECCAS, an up and coming women’s organization with the unique goal of incorporating sisterhood, service, and philanthropy into a myriad of socials and theme parties, has made some recent changes to increase applicants, and therefore diversity (of costume ideas for mixers). Though the organization accepts all applicants who are... Read more
With over 900 potential new members this past Fall, sororities are feeling the pressure of a growing incoming Freshman classes. While more members means more resources for philanthropy, sororities are starting to worry about their organizational identities with the minimum acceptance rate. “We really do love so many of... Read more