Sorority Row, starring Audrina Patridge and Rumer Willis, opened yesterday and the premise is as silly as you can imagine it would be: a sorority house prank gone wrong unleashes a serial killer who begins to stalk the the sorority sisters.
I hear more about sorority hazing rituals in the news than I do about serial killers on the loose in sorority houses. Other impressions are probably stereotypes: lots of female bonding, lots of backstabbing, wild parties and the occasional charity fundraiser. I was never in a sorority, so I'm curious: if you were in a sorority, did you enjoy it? And if you weren't in one, what do you think about them?