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Letter to the Editor: Split sexes is the worst kind of house divided


We fully agree with Nick Macey’s column, (“A greek house divided will not stand” Feb. 1), which is why a sweet, souped-up Winnebago-like student group called “The Frasority” has just pulled into campus.

Yeah, that’s right, a Frasority! What is the point of separating guys and girls when the whole point is to try and get together anyway?

The Frasority combines both sexes into one outrageous and zany group. The Frasority believes it is ridiculous to pay an exorbitant monthly fee to have friends. Our dues are only $1.03 a year. If one cannot afford it, two cans of overripe beets can be donated to the Food Bank in the Frasority’s name.

The Frasority first started as a joke to make fun of fraternities and sororities on campus. As people started to join and interest grew, the idea to make it an actual student group was born.

We have realized the atomic potential of The Frasority to bring fun and excitement to all who are a part of it. Some of the amazing, and crazy, activities and service projects planned will link students to the U as well as the Salt Lake community.

If you want to be a part of a fun, action-packed student group without any strings attached, forget your geek…er, greek house-and jump in the traveling Winnebago, The Frasority.

April Ollivier

Graduate Student,

Therapeutic Recreation

Brandon Welch

Junior, Biology

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