hipcatdaddio wrote:Kind of amazing as to what some people believe passes as frat.
If your college makes you have on-campuses "houses" that are essentially glorified dorms = Not frat.
If your college doesn't tailgate/have big-time athletics = Not frat.
If your college isn't close enough to get to a beach and/or the mountains for your fall/spring weekend retreats = not frat.
If your college doesn't have a horse derby within driving distance = not frat.
If there isn't some underlying, persistent conflict between the greek student body and the GDI student body = not frat.
If your college administration ultimately sides with the GDIs in said conflict = not frat.
Basically, UGA, UF, FSU, Bama, Ole Miss = FaF.
ETA: I love my Alma Mater, but UNC isn't frat.
I don't know that it's been said in this thread, but Seton Hall/Rutgers Newark may qualify. They both have somewhat big athletics, are within driving distance of the beach and mountains, are both close to Far Hills and whatever polo thing goes on at Liberty State Park. I don't think either of them get significant out of state attendance. If the student body is mostly comprised of NJ kids, you've been out bro-ed. Come for the fistpumping, stay for the pork roll egg and cheese on a bagel.