Social or general fraternities and sororities , in the North American fraternity system , are those that do not promote a particular profession as professional fraternities are or discipline such as service fraternities and sororities. Instead, their primary purposes are often stated as the development of character, literary or leadership ability, or a more simple social purpose. Some organizations in this list have a specific major listed as a traditional emphasis. These organizations are social organizations which cater to students in those majors. Other organizations listed have a traditional emphasis in a specific religion or ethnic background, such as Christian fraternities and sororities. Despite this emphasis, most organizations have non-discrimination membership policies.
Night, Night: Frat Boy Messes With An Asian Dude & Gets Put To Sleep!
UT fraternity under investigation for hazing, targeting Asian students
Having the ability to defend yourself against an opponent especially on the street can prove vital. In this featured video, an Asian man is attacked by a Frat boy who starts to challenge the guy to prove to his friends he can fight. This is typical young man ego games he seems to be playing but unknown to him the Asian guy has a bit of MMA skills and waste no time in putting them in action. Click Here to watch the video below of the brutal knockout on the next page. He makes a lunge at the Asian guy who knocks him down but feeling his pride is hurt the bully Frat boy lunges directly at him again this time he met with a full face punch that lands right on the button and put him to sleep. So impactful with the punch the bully just falls right in front of the red car.
Fraternities and sororities , or Greek letter organizations GLOs  collectively referred to as " Greek life " , are social organizations at colleges and universities. A form of the social fraternity , they are prominent in the United States and the Philippines , with much smaller numbers existing in France , Canada, and elsewhere. Similar organizations exist in other countries as well, including the Studentenverbindungen of German-speaking countries or the Goliardia in Italy. Similar, but much less common, organizations also exist for secondary school students, as do fraternal orders for other adults. In modern usage, "Greek letter organization" is often synonymous with the terms "fraternity" and "sorority".
Of course, maybe just one or two of these characteristics can be overlooked. You know he spent like an hour staring at himself in the mirror trying to perfect his hair. Left or Right?!?!? Dm for creds!