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Synonyms for sorority

a group of people united in a relationship and having some interest, activity, or purpose in common

Words related to sorority

a social club for female undergraduates

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Lacson said the proposed legislation would require fraternities, sororities and organizations to submit and post a written application to the proper school authorities of their initiation rite detailing the activity not later than seven days prior of the scheduled date.
Community-based fraternities, sororities and organizations are covered by House Bill 3467, a consolidation of three measures.
Another is the requirement to assign a faculty adviser who would be responsible for monitoring the activities of fraternities and sororities in schools.
Such an outcome would be the only good thing to come out of an ugly incident that has left a stain on the reputations of the UO and its fraternities and sororities.
This is the first time the five sororities had their own houses at ASU.
Economic empowerment is also an important issue for historically Black sororities and fraternities.
Fraternities and sororities will no longer be able to break housing agreements mid-year.
Using a train-the-trainer approach, the program will identify and train representatives, or "champions," from four national historically black sororities that are leaders in community service: Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Sigma Gamma Rho and Zeta Phi Beta.
I wanted to have something for lesbians because a lot of regular sororities don't accept them," Blair says.
African American Fraternities and Sororities enables the casual or academic reader to understand a sociological phenomenon that continues to meet the social, political and spiritual needs of newly enrolled black students at America's universities and colleges.
Omicron Epsilon Pi stands out as one of the nation's first lesbian community-based sororities.
I am writing in regards to "Twisted Sisters" (by Margaret Sullivan, April) a review of Alexardra Robbins's new book Pledged: The Secret Life of Sororities.
Indeed, "Bucknell students have affiliated with fraternities and sororities in larger numbers than at other institutions of comparable size .