MTV takes its cameras along for the ride as six pledges make the journey from rush to initiation into the sisterhood.

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Jessica Alvarez ...
 UCDavis
Amber ...
 (Academic Chair, USC)
Audrey ...
 (Alumni Chair, USC)
Becca Ballon ...
 UCDavis
Bola ...
 (Pledge, USC)
Carmen ...
 (Pledge, USC)
Casey ...
 (Sister, USC)
Cat ...
 (Historian, USC)
Danielle ...
 (Co-Historian, USC)
Leah Dansker ...
 UCDavis
Krisha Davis ...
 (Vice-President, USC)
Erin ...
 (Sister, USC)
Jordan Erlich ...
 UCDavis
Francia ...
 (Pledge, USC)
Candace Hanna ...
 UCDavis
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MTV takes its cameras along for the ride as six pledges make the journey from rush to initiation into the sisterhood.

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24 June 2002 (USA)  »

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Sorority Life Los Angeles  »

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Can somebody say, "As if!!"? How about "Not even!!"
8 October 2002 | by (Milwaukee, WI) – See all my reviews

I watched this show a number of times and it is so stupid that I stopped soon after. Being a college graduate who was in a fraternity in school, I know a thing or two about "pledging". There are so many examples that I can give that fall underneath either the "Oh, Please" category or the "If This Were a Black Sorority, It Would Have Happened Like This" category.

First of all, the pledges are knowingly parting and getting drunk almost every night while the pledgemasters catch them and hardly reprimand them. They just basically say, "They may be ruining our image." Man, if I were to sneak out during my rush, I would have been gotten dealt with for sure! But what really gets me is that the pledges break all these rules (i.e., drinking, having boys over, breaking curfew), and they wonder why the big sisters are being mean to them??

If you still watch this show, stop it. You're only encouraging MTV to keep airing this show and maybe make another season of it. Even non-Greeks can look at the show and tell you it's fake. This soap opera-esque show highly glamorizes the rush process (they don't show everything, possibly because it would take the mystique away from the who process), so if you want to really know how sorority life is, join one instead.


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