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After attending summer session, D decided to go back and do Sorority Rush. Unfortunately 3 days earlier she came down with a fever. Remarkably, she rebounded extremely quickly and felt strong enough to go through rush. She was doing fine despite the long days and fell in love with one sorority. However, on day 4 she was not chosen by any of the ones she wanted and was down to two in which she did not feel comfortable. She made a decision to drop out because she did not want to take a spot away from someone who really wanted it. She now is surrounded by a roommate and almost an entire dorm that is in a Sorority and has come down with Strep throat. We are beside ourselves that our beautiful D inside and out, is starting out her college career being knocked down in her confidence and self esteem. We were unaware what the potential downside rush could be and how it can take away the joy of starting a great college career. We are encouraging her to find her own path and eventually she will, but feeling helpless and distraught for her situation.