“respectable” U.C. Davis sorority chosen for new MTV reality TV show.

“respectable” U.C. Davis sorority chosen for new MTV reality TV show.
The deal isn’t quite done yet, but it appears as though MTV has selected “sigma alpha epsilon pi–the Jewish sorority on campus” at U.C. Davis as the subject for a new reality TV show, according to KCRA. The plan is to follow members of the sorority–which is described as “awesome, very respectable, really into the academics” by a Davis student–around for the spring semester. Sorority Life will likely air next summer.

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