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In order to clear their name and to secure their future careers, the three dress up in drag and pledge the sorority next door where they learn a few valuable - and hilarious - lessons about themselves and the female species.The KOK alumni that are shown throughout the movie mainly consist of fraternity members from Animal House (1978).The post read: 'A member of Alpha Phi Sorority put up this video of girls singing along to Gold Digger by Kanye West on her Instagram story.The girls sing the n-word without thinking of the implications.'This is a showcase of ignorance and that the Panhellenic Council should do better in combating racism. #Racist UNH'The post attracted attention from group members and the public alike, who criticized the club and some who also defended their right to free speech.'This isn't about freedom of speech, it's about making the 92% of white students at UNH more socially aware so that people of color feel more comfortable, welcome and safe at UNH,' one user wrote in the comments section.'It is literally up to you, the students, to make sure UNH is more welcoming.“Everything I heard about Tim Piazza and his family is that he was just a superb human being.
The video was shared to the Facebook page 'All Eyes of UNH,' which is operated by community members at the university who have an 'intent to expose injustices' at the school, according to the 'about' section of the page.With no money left and nowhere to live they disguise themselves as women and are accepted into Delta Omicron Gamma D. Now the boys are experiencing a whole new life, learning about how badly they've treated women over the years.Meanwhile Dave finds himself falling for Leah (Sagemiller) while at the same time being a gal pal to her.MAY 24--For the second time in recent weeks, a chapter of the Pi Beta Phi sorority is being accused of drunkenly trashing a facility during a formal dance.At a March 6 party sponsored by the group's Ohio University chapter, attendees engaged in sex acts, used plates as "missiles" during food fights, vomited on carpets, defecated in urinals, and tried to tear off the clothes of a female bartender, according to a letter written by the director of the West Virginia art center where the formal was held.
In a letter detailing damages and the sorority's wild behavior, lodge owner Lyndsay Rapier-Phipps noted that the students were "totally obliterated and behaving like immature children." In her letter, Rapier-Phipps mistakenly identified the rampaging sorority as Phi Delta Pi.