Is life a choice or someone else’s decision? Most everyday individuals would agree that life is a decision that each individual makes, a personal choice. When looking at the facts, this simple statement could not be more accurate. It is, without a doubt, an individual’s personal choice to make the decision about choosing life. Does this mean that “pro-choice” is the proper mind-set? Not at all.
We constantly have the back and forth debate over pro-choice or pro-life. You hear the arguments from one side and then you hear the arguments from another. Both standpoints have its strengths and weaknesses. However, I am pro-control. I am for women having control of their bodies and their personal lives. I am pro-birth control.
Delta Zeta strives to, “unite its members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, to stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge, to promote the moral and social culture of its members and to develop plans for guidance and unity in action.”
It is nearly impossible to walk on campus without seeing Greek letters somewhere. Commonly, when one hears the word “fraternity” or “sorority”, words like hazing, drugs or the idea of “paying for friends” come to mind. More positively, lifelong friendships, community service and good grades leading to successful alumni are also heard. With all these dramatically different associations attached to Greek life, it can be hard to decipher what is accurate and what is not.
Everybody knows the brothers, the fraternity guys, the boys that can be seen walking around campus in their neatly pressed Greek letter shirts and hoodies, the “fraters” who throw giant parties and hardly ever get reprimanded. Some students absolutely refuse to ever go to a party hosted by a fraternity and now I know why.