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Friday, January 8, 2016

University of Miami sorority spares no expense on this insane recruitment video

Posted By on Fri, Jan 8, 2016 at 1:16 PM

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The University of Miami’s Delta Gamma chapter recently released their latest recruitment video and we're not sure if it's for joining a sorority or some sort of boat club. 

The boat-heavy recruitment video, which features a plethora of boats, bikinis and more boats, is apparently the new gold standard for recruiting new sisters. Delta Gamma, the sorority that has been criticized in the past for lack of diversity and introducing the world to the term "cunt punch," sent the video to the Miami New Times via an actual press release. 



From the Miami New Times:

Now in case you're thinking, "Ugh, why is this grumpy old newspaper about to stick its nose in the affairs of UM sorority girls?" No, we were alerted to this via an official press release. We were even sent GIFs — official GIFs! 

No word on how much this whole thing costs, or if anyone in this sorority has ever been to the library. But hey, they got boats! 


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