Remember when that sorority at Indiana University decided a "homeless" party was a good idea? Well now they're in apology mode. Kappa Delta has issued a formal apology, promising to investigate the IU chapter incident, referring to it as "an inappropriate event theme that perpetuated insensitivity toward the homeless community."

The chapter president also apologized, calling the dumb decision "a poor one," adding that the sorority "[knows] it was not acceptable and does not align with our values." They can apologize all over themselves, the question is whether or not they've learned anything other than to avoid pictures (i.e. evidence) of their ignorance.

[via Chicagoist]

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