Cute! The Sailing Team Thinks They’re Different Than a Frat
EVANSTON, IL — In a really cute interview with Sherman Ave, the Northwestern Sailing Team has revealed that they truly, genuinely, believe, in a very real way, that they are even a little bit different from any Greek life organization on this campus. Hannah Trout, the team captain, explained that they don’t partake in hazing like fraternities do. “Like any other club sport on campus, when we choose our members, we just do the classic kidnap, and then the good ole ‘drink or we’ll kill you’ method! Simple as that.”
John Barrington, a new team member, added that this was totally different than the crazy “rush” process that frats use. He explained that “all we had to do was prove how cool we are and go through interviews with current members and show them that we have plenty of money and are totally down to do Molly whenever. Nothing like all those privileged fraternity brothers.” After careful observation, we have noted that they all have Patagonia quarter-zips and listen to Whitney and have parties at the same house every weekend. But they do it on Garnett instead of Sheridan, so it’s totally different and not culty at all.
Sherman Ave just wants to give a round of applause to the sailing team for being so humble about their role as Northwestern’s top tier underground fraternity. Honestly, you almost had us convinced for a second there with your outdoorsy charm before it was overshadowed by the intimidating energy of generational wealth. It’s actually pretty cute.