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Greek Life at Babson

Greek Life at Babson has officially wrapped up its Recruitment for the 2013-2014 school year and its been a great process! Whether a new sister of Chi-Omega or a new brother of Sigma Phi Epsilon, the new members of the Greek community are already enjoying themselves and getting to know their new family. Greek life at Babson is an amazing thing to be a part of. I joined Sigma Phi Epsilon my Freshman year and it has been a great process filled with a lot of learning, bonding, and huge amounts of fun. Greeks on campus are involved in everything from sports to community service and host events for the rest of campus on an almost weekly basis. Whether it be a 24 hour barbecue or a carnival, there is always something to do and it is open to all of campus. Personally, through Sig-Ep I have been involved in numerous community service projects with organizations like Cradles to Crayons, I have met and networked with brothers that now work in the Professional world, and I have cultivated friendships that will last me a lifetime. With the incoming of this new class of brothers, I am excited to close out my senior year with them and extremely happy that I chose to take part in Greek life while at Babson.