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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Sorority Girls

Well, after my last post here, about the poor 101 year old woman
getting mugged, I wanted to write about something that was on the
lighter, fluffier side. Light, fluffy, airy, not a whole lot of substance...
lo and behold...sorority girls! DePauw University, in Indiana (I didn't
know where it was either) has cut all ties to the Delta Zeta sorority.
Apparently the Greek organization had recently kicked out 23 sisters;
DZ claimed that the girls were lacking the commitment to recruit
new members. But the booted girls claim that they were given the
heave-ho because of their appearance - less attractive, overweight,
and/or racial/ethnic differences. Most of the remaining members
are blonde and a size 10 or less. Apparently enough of the kicked
out girls made a compelling argument, prompting the school to
close the DZ chapter. The DePauw president, Robert Bottoms,
stated that the values of the sorority did not fit with those of the
university. The national chapter of Delta Zeta issued a statement
claiming that the situation at DePauw was being "mischaracterized"
and that they were "disappointed" in the decision. They also said
that to get over their stress and depression they were going to get
their nails and hair done and then go shopping.....oops, no, they
didn't really say that last line, I just threw that in for good measure!
One sorority less....isn't that a good thing?

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2 Comments:

Blogger freedominalaska said...

You know, your local University has a DZ chapter. Guess what they're called:

The E-Z DZ's...

1:23 AM, March 14, 2007  
Blogger lilredpro5 said...

ouch.....such a shame when someone is both dizzy and easy!

6:31 PM, March 14, 2007  

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