Where did ex-PSU Delta Delta Delta members go? Anchors away to an underground (barely) chapter no-called Trilogy.
Excerpt from the Daily Beast
But one sorority, a group of some 100 young women known as Trilogy, is unlikely to face any of these sanctions and won’t appear on Penn State’s new report cards. Never mind the fact that, according to the grand jury report, their underage members were present at the very party where Piazza was forced to chug cheap vodka, shotgun beers, and run through an alcohol obstacle course while his brothers poured beer on top of him. Piazza was “trying to get around” two of the “sorority women sitting on the stairs,” when he fell, head first, 15 feet down them, according to a lawyer for one of the charged students.
The members of Trilogy won’t be included in these new safety measures. Because, despite its origins and social activities, Trilogy is not a sorority. Not technically. Not in the eyes of Penn State.
Trilogy was born in 2009, out of the ashes of Penn State’s Delta Delta Delta sorority, which had been shuttered by the national executive board due to “alleged hazing and risk management violations,” according to a press releasefrom the national sorority at the time. Risk management violations deal with the unauthorized use of drugs and alcohol.