THURSTON AVENUE—Cornell Panhellenic has announced the addition of a 14th chapter for students who are looking to join a sorority, but terminate their membership after a year.
“I am very interested because I have always wanted to live in a fancy house, but ditch before I have to drown myself in paint and glitter to make a gold plated paddle for the ‘Greatest Little Ever’,” said Cathy Tannenbaum ‘21, a rushing freshman.
Panhellenic expects the house to be extremely popular despite being brand new, particularly among students who are on the fence about joining a sorority in the first place.
“We are looking to offer bids to the demographic of students who align well with Panhellenic values, but will ultimately become disillusioned by some of the more antiquated traditions that still plague Greek Life,” said Amelia Sullivan ‘19, Chapter President.
The new house plans to distinguish its culture from the other 13 sororities by specifically recruiting students who drink kombucha in Temple of Zeus.