Newly Recruited Sorority Member Trapped Inside Giant Greek Letter
EVANSTON, IL - Posing for a picture with her new sorority sisters, recent Sigma Phi Delta recruit Jenna Ashbury became lodged within a giant, wooden, upper case delta, the 4th letter of the Greek alphabet. “It’s not all that bad, since I get to show my Sig-Delt love all the time now. Clapping and jumping kind of hurts,” said Ashbury, pausing briefly to catch her breath in short gasps. It was only after two hours of cheers and photographs that fellow Sig-Delts realized their new sister was wedged between brightly painted planks of wood. The Sig-Delts were hesitant to saw off the upper case delta, worried that their everlasting friendships would consequently break. “I’ll just wait it out,” grunted Ashbury, currently in her third day within the delta, “I wouldn’t want my new sisters to think I’m some sort of party pooper.” Ashbury was reportedly unable to enter doorway to the Lambda Pi fraternity house for her first mixer.