Greeks are widely known on campus. They are easy to point out since they have a certain look to them-preppy. Greeks come to class wearing lettered T-shirts and their cars have stickers revealing which Greek organization they are a part of. The fraternity houses are always throwing parties, and many independent students attend. The stereotype is rich, stuck up, and that they don't care to be your friend unless you too are a part of the Greek system. There are plenty that chose not to go Greek, but they say they still have good friends that are. Greek students take pride in their system and enjoy the social benefits. However, being Greek is not the only way to have fun. Independent students say they have just as much fun.
During Student Government (SGA) and Homecoming Queen elections, independent and Greek students battle out to see who controls the campus. Some believe that the Greeks try to own the school by only electing other Greeks into SGA. Independents encourage everyone to vote and stop the Greeks from winning. This is usually the only time the Greeks and independents overall disagree. Greek or not, this does not stop students from being friends with each other. Being Greek is not for everyone.