Its so crazy how D9 Greeks are hating on Burning Sands and calling it inaccurate when niggas have been traumatized and/or dying from hazing for YEARS!
I know how much yall love yall brother and sisterhood and legacy but stop being in denial. Yall know damn well that some of these frats be wildin on these campuses. Just because YOU didnt experience some crazy shit doesnt mean your “brother” and “sister” didnt.
Turning a blind eye and treating certain D9 orgs less than cuz they “paper” is whats continuing this fuckshit.
P.s. the director is a Que
Inclusion is a right (all) of our founders fought for. New inductees Christine of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. & Andrea of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. on the campus of The Great Bethune-Cookman University are reperseting both Greek unity & HBCU diversity well!
Tribute: Pierce Hartman || District: 9 || Age: 18 || Face Claim: Caleb Landry Jones
Pierce’s first Reaping was the Fourth Quarter Quell. No one remembers those Games as well as he does. Pierce was twelve and terrified when his name was drawn but he was saved that time when the eventual Victor, Jaxon Bo, volunteered and took his place. Six years later, the Reaping ceremony produced his name once again; but this time Pierce was ready. He had spent the past few years learning to fight and developing a hatred for the Capitol that grew stronger every day. Pierce knows that his life wasn’t the only one permanently damaged by the Games and, although he hates to admit it, he also knows that he won’t live long enough to see an end to that suffering. He probably won’t survive the Games but he hopes for two things: the chance to make a memorable, defiant gesture- just enough of a spark to start something -and to guarantee that this year’s Victor will be someone worth saving.
Weakness: angry and impulsive, stealth || Strengths: determination, hand to hand combat || Weapon of choice: hatchet
As of November 24, 2014, I am a Woman of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. This has been a dream and goal of mine for quite some time and I finally achieved it. I am so grateful to have gained 40 line sisters, 39 big sisters and many, many other women that I can call my sisters.