February 26, 2007, - 1:17 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
All of the women’s talk shows in America–and The New York Times–are up in arms that Delta Zeta sorority evicted its ugly and overweight members from the chapter at Indiana’s DePauw University. Ditto for the minorities. The DZ national office said the group was having problems recruiting new members.
I’m all against kicking out the minorities for the sake of being minorities. But as far as kicking out the looks-challeged members, well what did they think being in a sorority was all about? That’s exactly what it’s about. It’s a silly club with silly songs, hazing, and exorbitant fees–all based on looks. That’s how they pick people.
If you want to be a part of that kind of shallow club that admits you based on how you look, don’t be surprised at their shallowness, when they kick you out for the same reason.
Quit whining. That’s life in the campus “Greek” system, and many other places in society. Didn’t they see “Revenge of the Nerds“?
Tags: America, DePauw University, DZ national office, Indiana, Revenge of the Non-Nerds, The New York Times