Hilarious nature documentary investigates sorority bid day3/1/2013
In an absolutely "breathtaking feat of wildlife journalism," Syracuse University’s (satirical) news show, "The Kumquat" sent three reporters into the wilds of the campus to track the annual migration of the “homosocial sororitus” species — one of the school's most captivating natural phenomenon. The cause of the migration? Bid Day 2013. These brave reporters, armed with safari shirts and bad accents, give us a truly incredible glimpse into the world of the "sororitus," capturing staggering real-life footage of "The Running of the Girls" and the cheering (screaming) herds as they welcome their new members. [Source]
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