10 Emotions of Recruitment as Told by Corgis

Brianna McKay, Kappa Eta, Texas Christian University
Brianna McKay, Kappa Eta, Texas Christian University

Recruitment season is in full force, and most of us know that means a lack of sleep, a lot of chanting, and a pair of sore legs. For this past week I have had the pleasure of working with our Theta Xi Chapter, Auburn University. With over 1,400 PNMs going through recruitment, there was a lot of work to be done. But luckily, I had my own way of maintaining a positive attitude throughout the week: looking up funny pictures of dogs.

I love dogs and I am slightly obsessed with Corgis. These cute little dogs helped me get through the different emotions of recruitment. I also found that these 10 Corgis helped to describe the plethora of emotions that fill the recruitment process. So, here you go: 10 emotions of recruitment as told by corgis. Enjoy!

The “I’m so excited for the PNMs to finally get here!” Corgi

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The “Is it time to eat yet?” Corgi

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The “My face is permanently stuck like this from smiling so much” Corgi

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The “Dance party” Corgi

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The “I no longer have a voice” Corgi

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The “I can’t keep my eyes open anymore” Corgi

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The “I just drank 5 cups of coffee” Corgi

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The “Preference Round” Corgi

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The “It’s finally Bid Day!” Corgi

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The “I’m sleeping for 5 days straight” Corgi

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All of these emotions lead to the purpose of recruitment, which is adding new women to our sisterhood!photo 4


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