Penn State Sorority

December 6, 2012 by  

Penn State Sorority, A photo of Penn State sorority sisters at a Mexican-themed party, decked out in ponchos and fake mustaches and holding up signs about marijuana some are calling insensitive to Mexican people has them in hot water. The photo, which surfaced earlier this week after it was posted to a student blog, shows a group of about 20 college-age women wearing outfits for the party, reportedly around Halloween. The women are in the sorority Chi Omega.

Two of the women are holding up signs: “will mow lawn for weed + beer” and “I don’t cut grass I smoke it.”

The photo went viral. The sorority’s parent organization is said to be investigating, and Penn State officials were appalled at the students’ behavior.

The photo has made headlines in the Huffington Post, Daily Mail in the United Kingdom and Fox News.

Jessica Riccardi, the president of the sorority, told The Daily Collegian that the sorority is under investigation by its parent organization.

She apologized, saying “the Nu Gamma Chapter of Chi Omega sincerely apologizes for portraying inappropriate and untrue stereotypes. The pictures in question do not support any of Chi Omega’s values, nor do they reflect what our organization aspires to be.”

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