Sep

2

Your Campus Rep Really Does Hate You

Written by

The life of a sorority rep
The life of a sorority campus rep.

The life of a sorority campus rep.

This Saturday night, a Bwog correspondent was enjoying a wonderful dinner at Freda’s (109 and Columbus). It was a calm evening until a particularly loud comment from the table behind him caught his attention.

“I am their campus rep, and I fucking hate them.”

The unknown Columbia employee went on to talk for another 10 minutes to his/her friends. He went on to bash the sorority (who shall remain nameless) he/she works with for the next 10 minutes saying:

“They are the most self-centered human beings I’ve ever met… They’re awful! I hate them… They’re so in love with themselves–it’s sick!”

The disgruntled admin’s friends all found it rather amusing, but their statements might lend some credibility to any group out there who has ever felt like their administrative connection was actually out to get them. But I suppose if you had to deal with things like this, maybe you would feel the same way.

Tags: , , , , , , ,

7 Comments

  1. Anonymous  

    it's gotta be SDT

  2. Anonymous  

    what exactly does a campus rep do?

  3. anon  

    Fuck it bwog publish the name and go all snowden on columbia's ass

  4. Anonymous

    Dumb Bwog. Campus reps do not have to be Columbia employees; it could be a campus rep for nationals, a rep from a marketing or product company trying to pawn their wares to Greek orgs, or something else. The only other reps I know are from ABC... and they def do not work at Columbia (or work.). :P

  5. Kimberly Tanner  

    As a member of Greek life at Columbia, I can say that no such things as "campus rep." Whoever Greek organizations choose to work with are hired based on their eagerness to serve the Greek community and are fully aware of the nature of their job before accepting the position.

  6. Fuck yeah

    Freda's is fucking good and so much food for so little. Can never convince them to make it as spicy I actually want it though.

© 2006-2015 Blue and White Publishing Inc.