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Fraternities Provide Seven Day Spree Rush 1981 proved exciting for ihc IicmhucIi hard uork and planning frutcrnilics. Beer and val provided the on ihe pari of the Rush chairman. makings for the drunken se en-da Little Sisters and fellow actives spree. Party themes ranged from Luau help to " wine and dine " prospec- to Casino, casual to formal. Behind all the fun and frolic tive members throughout the sleepless week. The partying aspect of Rush is important and influential in the decision making process, yet the single most important factor is the rushee ' s relationship towards the fraternity of his choice. On the final night of Rush the rushee joins the men with whom he will parly during his college career. W ith bloodshot eyes and weary bones, actives and pledges alike rellect upon the jo sand ter- rors of the past fralernitv Rush. Kar l Doko and Mike Schcmenl cnjoy a luau par- ■ ' . c.irU in Ru h Wcck cla ISi member. Mjrk McL ullouiiti. cntcnrns lpha liu Onu■ :»■ «ili..-v • - i .-.,. ., . ■.....,. rushco NMih hi rendition of Sieve M.irtm famous Hard . together »nh ihcir Luilc Sister Karen Killecn. " arrow through the head " act. gather to enjo annual Rush partici. F ' J ' -- KuJi 239
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238 Frateniity Rush
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Sorority Rush Sees Most Girls Ever This year the Panhellenic Coun- cil planned the largest and longest Rush in Newcomb history. It was, perhaps, the hardest Rush for the actives to participate in, for there were so many names and faces to remember. After three weeks of ac- tivities, a record 285 girls pledged the seven sororities. Almost 49 per- cent of the freshmen class and 39 upperclassmen joined sororities. Rain hovered above the houses during the first two weekends of parties. It finally broke loose on the last and most formal set of parties, sending actives and rushees inside the houses to sing and chat. In a mixture of enthusiasm and exhaus- tion, Sorority Rush 1981 ended on a high note. New friendships were formed between upperclassmen and freshmen, and the process of regen- eration began anew. Rushees, Lisa Gutman, Tracey Carlton, and Laura Pearce, discuss sorority choices on the way to sign their preference cards. Alpha Epsilon Phi actives, Vicki Rabin, Karen Bot- nick, Fran Dubrow and Cheryl Goodfriend, welcome rushees to third series parties. 240 Sorority Rush
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