Sororities across the country, including Delta Gamma at Ohio University, are launching campaigns to help combat stereotypes about sorority women.
"Being in a sorority is so more than you know, just partying and socializing," said Elizabeth Harris, a Delta Gamma member at OU. "It's a place where you learn to become something bigger than yourself."
Delta Gamma's OU chapter wasn't the first to do it, they're actually part of a trend at campuses around the country. The campaigns, usually through a photo series, have been celebrated by many, though there's some criticism as well.
"I received a little bit of negativity with online harassment," said Kaitlin Hatton, a DG member at Ohio University. "I'm just -- not necessarily surprised because everything has a pushback. However, the positivity really kind of took over. We know we affected people more positively than anything and that's really important to us."
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