Boise State Columnist Targets Sorority Girls . . . at Her Peril

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The last time she played this game, Hadley Rush, a columnist at Boise State University's Arbiter, was "excommunicated by my sorority, attacked in a public restroom, denounced by all of my acquaintences [sic] and momentarily disowned by my best friend." But that didn't stop her from ending her column this semester with a final knock on sorority girls, who she previously declared were "good at a lot of things . . . Like oral sex, eating disorders and wearing matching shirts while singing off-key in unison." Her latest column presents the fable of Too Drunk Sorority Girl. It's kind of like O. Henry's "The Gift of the Magi," except instead of a male and female couple, the main characters are a sorority girl and her car.