Public Policy junior Daniel Greene remembers one of the first fraternity rush events he attended as a freshman.
“I walk into the house, and the first thing I hear, is ‘that’s so gay,’” Greene said. “Some brother is repeating ‘that’s so gay.’ That’s literally the first thing after I checked in I heard.”
The phrase was thrown around so many times Greene was convinced someone in the fraternity spread word of his sexuality.
“So I thought, ‘OK, maybe not the house for me,’” he recalled.