Almost no one voted. No one cares. And frankly, neither do I. This topic was a total cop-out.
But this week is better. Honest.
This week's poll is about sororities and fraternities. Vote here. But first, read this interesting New York Times article about a sorority at DePauw University in Indiana.
- I almost went to school at DePauw. No, really.
- DePauw's most famous alumnus is former Vice President Dan Quayle.
- When I visited the campus during my senior year of high school, I stayed at the Delta Zeta house.
- The girls seemed very nice, and made me rethink my preconceived notions about sorority girls.
- In retrospect, Greencastle, Indiana was very very boring, and I understood why everyone -- or at least 90% of the student population -- went Greek.
- I eventually went to a different university and joined a different sorority.
- Once I graduated, I pretty much stopped talking to all of my sorority sisters. Of course this was after one particular sister -- who I was friends with since high school -- decided to make out with a guy I was dating in front of me.