The spring break is a time to celebrate a lot of different things in college, from sororities to clubs to sorority parties.
But it’s also a time for socializing, bonding, and even just relaxing, says Katie Smith, a senior at the University of Washington and the author of The New Sorority: How to Raise Kids in a New Social Circle.
If you have a big party, the sororitas will be there, and you can bring your friends.
If the parties are small, you can just hang out with your friends at a cafe or bar.
But if you want a big social party, Smith says, the only way to get a group together is to invite people from your sorority, and they will be on hand to do the networking and the socializing.
This article was originally published in The Conversation.
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