“You Don’t Look Like a Sorority Girl” – On Greek Life and Being a Woman of Color in a Predominantly White Subculture

A blog reflection written by Women's Center Staff Member Meagé Clements   “You’re in a sorority? You don’t look like a sorority girl!” Since becoming a member of Zeta Sigma Chi Multicultural Sorority Inc., this has become something I’ve grown quite used to hearing. Intrinsically, I politely answer with, “Yes, I am in a sorority” and… Continue reading “You Don’t Look Like a Sorority Girl” – On Greek Life and Being a Woman of Color in a Predominantly White Subculture