The University of Texas chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) is now in a bit of trouble after they hosted a “Border Patrol”-themed party this past Saturday. The Daily Texan was the first source to pick the story up, and then it wound up on Gawker and a few other sites.
This is far from the first time that we’ve reported on fraternities hosting parties that can be construed as “racist” or “insensitive,” which leaves us wondering why fraternities keep doing this sh*t. STOP IT. JUST STOP IT.
There are plenty of other themed parties you can go with that are just as fun that lead to the same level of blackout without upsetting the millions of keyboard warriors and school officials who already hate your guts. I mean, not even six months ago a Texas Tech sorority was punished for throwing the exact same “Border Patrol” party.
FIJI, y’all (note my Texas twang) have one of the greatest/biggest/frattiest fraternity houses in the nation (seriously it’s sick). You don’t need a racially insensitive party to get people to come to your