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To be a “Frat Guy” is to be unlike what’s expected of a fraternity member

A drawn illustration of two frat students: one is dressed in a colorful suit and the other is dressed in casual clothes with sunglasses and a cup in hand.

Anthony Kim

November 19, 2015

There are two ways that I classify a college fraternity member. To the naked eye, the "Fraternity Gentleman" and the "Frat Guy" will appear to be similar. They’re wearing Sperry Top-Siders, tank tops or polo shirts, khakis, Ray-Bans and that winning smile that one earns from gaining experience with...

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