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User talk:CESFA - RITpedia


Welcome to RITpedia! --Richard Edward Latham 13:30, 15 May 2010 (EDT)

Greek Life

I've merged most of the articles into Fraternities and sororities because that's where most of that content already was. Would you be able to write an article about the social component of Greek life at that article, though? Kari Marie Hazzard 16:53, 16 May 2010 (EDT)

Where was the Fraternities and sororities linked from the main page it seemed like an isolated stub —Preceding unsigned comment added by CESFA (talkcontribs)

Good point. I added it to Student Life along with a link to a not-yet-written article about RIT Athletics. Kari Marie Hazzard 17:46, 16 May 2010 (EDT)

okie dokie, that looks good now just delete Greek life and capitalize the S in sorority or vice versa :) —Preceding unsigned comment added by CESFA (talkcontribs)

Sorority isn't a proper noun, though. The only reason the F is capitalized is becauuse it's the first word of the page title. Does the Greek life article need to be deleted? I think it might be nice to have an article about the social structure of the Greek community, who works with who regularly, annual activities, etc. Am I rambling? o_o Kari Marie Hazzard 18:03, 16 May 2010 (EDT)

Possibly we should move fraternities and sororities to be under Greek life that way we could have the said article and not a confusing entry page? —Preceding unsigned comment added by CESFA (talkcontribs)

I suppose that depends on whether we want to say groups as diverse as Alpha Phi Omega and Pershing Rifles (which consider themselves non-Greek fraternities) are "Greek life". Do we? By the way, please sign your posts with four tildae (~~~~). Kari Marie Hazzard 18:14, 16 May 2010 (EDT)

APO is interesting because if they consider themselves non-Greek then they belong in the club area (which on CCL they are listed). However, Greek letters are present... as a representative for APO i think it would be your choice :-P. I would think you stick yourself in both categories and enjoy the free PR :-P Chaim Elliot Sanders 18:41, 16 May 2010 (EDT)