I am a high school senior who was accepted under the ED program to the College of William and Mary. I am considering to major in either government, public policy, or philosophy, under the pre-law track. I wanted to gain some more ideas on how to make my first year at William and Mary the most successful toward my future career options, thus I am asking for more information on the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. How is the dynamic and what are the common activities that they take part in? How is it different from a normal sorority? Is is a worthy fraternity, or should I join a normal sorority instead?
Furthermore, I am curious about the social life at William and Mary. What do students usually do on week nights and weekends? How is the party life?
Thank you for taking the time to read this thread.