TRI-DELT is ON Probation & 25 MEMBERS GONEby: FACTS
#1 by: yep
yep, that sounds similar to what I read about tridelt. It happens and it sounds like it's coming from the nationals. It probably is most disturbing for the 25 girls getting kicked out and their friends. I'm sure it is embarrassing but could happen to other sororities if they aren't careful.
#4 by: ugh
As the roommate of a member of this sorority, the “hazing” that went on was totally blown out of proportion and a crude joke was posted to snapchat portraying the events as hazing, when in reality girls were told multiple multiple times they DID NOT have to drink and alcohol was only there if they wanted to partake. Tri Delt’s definition of hazing is very broad and includes any sort of providing alcohol to younger members that could be construed as an intimidation tactic (which it was not). Please stop making this a bigger deal than it actually is and take pity on the girls who were wrongfully terminated.
#9 by: What
1.) Stop using “all sororities do this” as some kind of excuse because not all sororities do. I’m pretty sure a lot of sororities enforce a dry bid day rule. And the sororities that don’t enforce a dry bid day don’t all end up in these situations. Many have dry bid day options. Saying everyone does it doesn’t fix your problem and shows you are all avoiding responsibility.
2.) I would be thankful that all you lost was 25 members with a slap on the wrist.
3.) Freshman girls especially are incredibly vulnerable after the long emotional rush process. Imagine being in a room with a bunch of older girls asking if you want to drink. Intimidation? I would say so. Especially if they felt like they would look “lame” if they didn’t drink.
4.) Who in their right mind videos anything like this? Even if “all other sororities” do this like you’re claiming at least they aren’t adding it to their snap stories.
5.) Humble yourself. Take responsibility. Stop making excuses. Nobody is going to pity you in this situation. Learn from your own mistakes, stop telling others to learn from them.
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