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Greek life at CU Boulder

lovepufflesxolovepufflesxo 3 replies4 threads New Member
I really want to join a sorority at CU but I do not drink or smoke or do any drugs and im really not planning on getting into any of that. Would I still be able to rush?
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  • CU123CU123 3759 replies77 threads Senior Member
    The first sorority that requires you to drink, smoke or do drugs will lose its charter.
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  • twoinanddonetwoinanddone 25466 replies21 threads Senior Member
    No national sorority allows drinking in the sorority houses. None can have alcohol at any organized event. Very few college kids smoke cigarettes, and pot is still illegal for those under 21. There are groups of party kids in any group - the dorms, the frats and sororities, off campus housing, but there are plenty of groups of others who like to ski, hike, go to campus events, etc., who don't drink.

    Believe it or not, all of Colorado is not one big hazy cloud of pot smoke.
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