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DePauw University Expels Sorority That Evicted Members

Updated on February 25, 2013

DePauw Expels Delta Zeta Sorority

DePauw University expelled the Delta Zeta sorority whose national organization incredibly evicted a number of members from the sorority house at DePauw. Congratulations to DePauw for this action which said "The values of DePauw are incompatible with the values of the national Delta Zeta sorority.

The national sorority people should be candidates for Keith Olberman's "worst persons in the world award."

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/13/education/13sorority.html?_r=1&hp&oref=slogin

Delta Zeta House at DePauw

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      dz alum 10 years ago

      but saying to the exec board that we are the ugly house in unacceptable. By telling certain people that they dont blame them for not liking her own sisters and not wearing her letters on campus is unacceptable. Calling a certain someone to ask who is best for the reogranization process is unacceptable. Telling us to not party with our own friends or boyfriends because they are in the wrong 3 houses is unacceptable. Giving us a request for a donation to the alumnae foundation a week before we get our 'eviction' letters is just plain poor judgement. How can anyone justify these actions? The answer is, you can't.

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      Anonymous 10 years ago

      definatley an old pic, because that is not the current house...

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      IĆ°unn 10 years ago

      interesting. I'd agree the policy is mean-spirited but I'd also say they have a right to be represented by the girls they want. sororities are all about being elitist. asking them to be politically correct in their elitism is kind of an oxymoron. a better solution would be to ban all sororities, even the academics, because again, it's elitist selection period.