Pledge = Someone has been voted into the frat, but not yet officially initiated as a member. It's when pledges are learning all of their frat's traditions, history, etc. If it happens, this is when hazing typically occurs. Pledges often have a member assigned to them to shepard them through the process.
Initiation = A fraternal rite where pledges who have satisfactorily demonstrated their desire to be a member are official initiated. Generally, each fraternity's initiation ritual is a closely guarded secret. Pledges often undergo a symbolic rite of passage based on their frat's traditions and underlines that they are now a part of something larger than themselves.
I couldn't afford to go Greek when I was in college so I couldn't tell you anything about it personally.
Great quiz anyway, thanks !
Also, the definition for Sublime doesn't make much sense to me, either. sure, it's technically correct, as a verb, but there's also a noun definition that is much more widely used and well known. odd that you would choose the verb definition, which i wasn't even aware of.
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*Surely you've heard Common People?