Friday, August 31, 2007

Alabama, Arkansas State Girls Get Bids

UA Recruitment Continues to Grow
Sororities Give Out Bids

The number of girls rushing sororities at the University of Alabama and Arkansas State University was bigger than ever this year, causing campus officials to consider adding more sororities.

"Recruitment was extremely successful and our four organizations are excited about their new members," said Arkansas State administrator Sara Bailey. Each sorority at the college was allowed to take 10-12 more girls than usual because so many signed up.

"I am excited to now be an Alpha Gam because they are the best and most lady-like ladies I've ever seen," said Mary Grace Hughes, an Arkansas State sophomore who received a bid from Alpha Gamma Delta.

At Alabama, 1,079 girls received bids while more than 1,400 signed up for recruitment.

"I'm really pleased that 87 percent of girls that signed their bid cards got their first choice," said Alabama Panhel president Julia James. "I think overall all the chapters have been really pleased with their recruitment classes."

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