Lawyer Sentenced to 6 Months in Prison for Defrauding Her Sorority Kept $235,000 in a Shoebox 

A 40-year-old South Carolina attorney has been sentenced to six months in prison for defrauding her sorority sisters of money meant to furnish a new house. Jennifer Elizabeth Meehan was convicted in July of defrauding the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority at the University of Alabama. Meehan testified that while she admittedly…

An Interview with a Woman Who Abandoned the University of Alabama's Famed Political 'Machine'

Earlier this week, University of Alabama sophomore and member of the school student government Alex Smith wrote an op-ed for campus paper the Crimson White about her decision to stop working with “the Machine.” The college’s old boy’s club is also known as Theta Nu Epsilon, and it’s comprised of members of…

Alabama Sorority Recruitment Video Is The Rebecca Black Of Sorority Recruitment Videos

Oh, goodness. The Panhellenic executive council at the University of Alabama have put together this fun little video in hopes of convincing incoming freshmen to "Go Greek." Obviously, this video is the Rebecca Black of Panhellenic recruitment videos — but what happens when halfway through the video, the girls shout…