Following their appearance on VHI's much critiqued Sorority Sisters reality show, two members of the African-American sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha have been suspended for a year and a half. This never happened on MTV's Sorority Life—Go UCDavis!—or did it?
In an incredible act of civil rights activism, the National Panhellenic Conference has spoken up for one of the most underprivileged groups in America: the sorority women at the University of Virginia.
The members of UCLA's Gamma Rho Lambda acknowledge that the terms "LGBT" and "sorority" don't necessarily go together for a lot of people. But they hope to change that.
The objective of Sorority Life is simple: to be the hottest sister on campus. As you might imagine, the game is both hugely popular and totally demented. And the players aren't who you would expect.