What is a sorority big sister?

What is a sorority big sister?

One of these new terms being a “big sister” or often just shortened to a “big.” A big sister is an initiated sorority woman who acts as a mentor to you. All new members of a sorority are matched with their big during the new member period, which takes place before initiation.

How can I express my love words to my sister?

#20 I love you for all the beauty you bring to this world. Your kindness touches my life in so many ways and I’m so glad I can call you my sister. #21 Sister, I’m so proud of you and all that you have achieved. I love you and want you to know that you can count on me to always be your biggest fan!

What are Littles and Bigs?

So for those who know nothing about Greek Life (don’t worry, that was me a year ago) every sorority has Bigs and Littles. Basically, every new member is a Little and gets a Big, who is someone a year older than them to show them the ropes and hang with a ton. You also then join a family with a Grandbig (like Eileen).

Do bigs pick their Littles?

Most sororities allow potential Bigs to vote on their soon to be Littles. Then, a member (or members) in the sorority goes through and mutually connects Bigs and Littles. It is all based on the rankings you submitted. Do not worry EVERY potential Little gets a Big!

What should I write for my sister?

For all you say, all you do, and the amazing sister you are — thank you! So lucky we’re sisters, so happy we’re friends, so thankful for you. I knew you were going to turn out amazing — and, as usual, I was right! I know I don’t say it often enough, but I love having you for a sister.

Why Big sisters are the best?

Your sister has an inside glimpse into your life like no one else does. She knows things others might not know – your dreams, your hopes, your fears, your worries. She knows every fib you’ve ever told, every crush you’ve ever had and every mistake you’ve ever made.

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