Email blasting University of Maryland sorority sisters sweeps Interwebs

Delta Gamma members instructed to stop being 'weird,' 'awkward' with Sigma Nus

April 18, 2013

An email that Gawker reports was sent through the University of Maryland Delta Gamma sorority list-serv is lighting up the interwebs, it seems.

The gist of it appears to be fury that sorority sisters were "weird" and "awkward" to Sigma Nu brothers during Greek Week. News of the email has been spread around sites including Huffington Post, the Atlantic Wire, the Washington City Paper and Cosmopolitan magazine.

The national sorority has responded on its Facebook page, saying, "Delta Gamma Executive Offices is aware of the email allegedly written by a member of our Beta Sigma chapter that has gone viral after being posted on and Right now the office staff is investigating the legitimacy of this letter, the alleged author and will take appropriate actions as necessary. EO staff is already in contact with the Beta Sigma chapter."

It's hard, on the website of a family newspaper, to correctly represent the tone and content of the email quoted. Here's an attempt at one small passage:

"I do not give a flying ----, and Sigma Nu does not give a flying ----, about how much you ----ing love to talk to your sisters. You have 361 days out of the ----ing year to talk to sisters, and this week is NOT, I ----ing repeat NOT ONE OF THEM."

But perhaps that's enough to give you an idea. Read the very very NSFW rest here.

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