Greek and Living On Campus? You’ve Hit the Motherlode

Two women dance on top of one of the sorority lodges after accepting bids to join a sorority| Photo by Erin Baker, Staff
Two women dance on top of one of the sorority lodges after accepting bids to join a sorority| Photo by Erin Baker, Staff

There’s no debate that Emory’s Greeks have some of the best housing on campus.

As long as Greeks avoid being forcibly removed from campus and accept the reality of daily walk-throughs, they get to enjoy some great amenities not afforded to most students. If having a house full of a ton of your friends wasn’t enough, the location of Eagle Row would be the kicker.

Location, location, location. No other residence facility on campus has the same level of access to both the rest of campus and parking simultaneously. You can walk to anywhere on campus and get in your car conveniently located next to the hall.

Fraternities also have the opportunity to host events with their friends and the rest of the community, much of which is located conveniently across the street. Also underrated is the location respective to the WoodPEC, with some walks as short as 30 seconds (from the current Chi Phi house).

There is no doubt that both sororities and fraternities have it made with campus housing. ​

— By Dustin Slade, Digital Editor

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