by: CARLY BUZZARD
The Tiffin University Greek Life held a rush party, including a meet and greet on Wednesday evening
for any woman on campus wanting to join a sorority.
The sororities hosting the event on Wednesday night included Alpha Iota, Sigma Delta Sigma, and Zeta Pi Beta. The event consisted of getting to know the Greeks, an open panel to ask questions about Greek Life, and a presentation from adviser Hannah Tyson and dean of students Mike Herdlick.
Ariana Seanor, a forensic psychology major at Tiffin University, is one of the women in charge of the sorority Alpha Iota. Seanor said she wanted to join Alpha Iota because she wanted to be "a part of a system." She loves her involvement with the group and the bond she has with the other members.
"I enjoy living in a house with the other members," Seanor said. She said they are all really good friends and that's the joy of living and being in a sorority together.
A freshman at Tiffin University attending the event to rush Alpha Iota, Anjaleigh Hart, said joining a sorority would look good on her resume.
"I also look forward to making new friends in the group," Hart said. She chose Alpha Iota since they are nationally recognized. Hart is a communications and public relations major.
Shantel Weaver, a communications and public relations major, was also looking to rush Alpha
Iota. Weaver said she already knows the women and feels that they are the most welcoming towards her. Since she is a commuter, the sorority has taken her in and lets her stay with them.
"They make me feel comfortable," Weaver said.
You can find more information about Greek Life on Tiffin University's website under Clubs and Organizations. http://www.tiffin.edu/clubs