No one really knows anything about the fraternities and sororities on campus. The one sorority will hand out fliers to promote parties and wear their T-shirts around campus; they can also be seen in Thomas Hall collecting money for children. Besides that, no one really knows anything about Greek life. One reason may be that the majority of the members may be commuters and don’t live on campus. Fliers are hung up around campus for Greek life meetings, and the fraternities and sororities are at the activities fair looking for new members, so it's hard to be invisible on a small campus like Manhattan. You will always know someone who is involved in a club, and that is how people find out about the different activities on campus.
The sororities and fraternities on campus are not completely invisible, but they are still not a substantial part of campus life, even if they have a good amount of members and often try to get things started on campus. There are also no fraternity or sorority houses, which may take the buzz out of joining these groups. It's sad that not a lot of people know about Manhattan College Greek life because it could really be fun and put some spice into college life.