Delta Zeta national president Debbie Raziano wants you to know that that Times article—the one that implied that her sorority's DePauw branch had kicked out everyone but skinny white girls—was "inaccurate and grossly mischaracterizes the situation." Raziano maintains that the evicted DZs (like former DZ secretary Rachel Pappas, pictured) were booted because they "no longer wanted to engage in day-to-day recruiting," though at least one ex-DZ told the Times that many of the evicted women "declared their willingness to recruit diligently." But Raziano is still sorry about one thing: the way the news got broken. "We misjudged how these communications would be received. Delta Zeta deeply regrets that." We're sure they do!

Delta Zeta and DePauw University [Delta Zeta]
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