To go Greek or not to go Greek? That is one of the questions all college students face. I battled with that question my entire first year of college. I eventually made the decision to rush the first semester of my sophomore year. The Greek system at my college was rather small and consisted of only four fraternities and four sororities. Waiting a year to rush allowed me to witness all of the fraternities as an outsider. I got to hear things about them all through events on campus as well as other students. After a year of watching from the sidelines, I already knew which fraternity I wanted to join. I made my decision based on the reputation and social status that particular fraternity had, as well as the types of guys in the chapter. I could tell that they were the types of men I wanted to be around; they embodied the qualities I strived to possess. This fraternity also had the best comradery out of the four; I always saw members together with their brothers around campus laughing and having a good time.