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Grab your iced coffee and a spray tanBama Rush isgetting the documentary treatment.
For the uninitiated, Bama Rush follows the highly competitive and slightly deranged procedure for sorority recruitment week at the university. In accordance with AL.com, over 2,300 studentsmostly women, mostly whitereceived bids from the 17 sororities that participated this season. Of the students who accepted bids, only nine percent of themself-identified as racial or ethnic minorities.
On Aug. 12, the NY Times confirmed that aBama Rush documentarywas in production.
“This film is really a thoughtful and compassionate portrayal of ladies in 2022,” the doc’s director Rachel Fleittold the Times, “because they rush the sorority system at the University of Alabama.”
The Times reported that the documentary has been around production since this past year, when Bama Rush first became an Internet phenomenon.
However, this article denied reports that hidden microphones have already been placed for purposes of the documentary, that was a rumor that caught fire online.
“The university knows reports that outside parties have facilitated unauthorized recordings of our students involved with Panhellenic recruitment,” university spokesperson Shane Dorrill thought to the Times.”The university have not authorized any third-party entity to film, record or document any recruitment activities and will not allow media inside occupied buildings such as for example residence halls and sorority houses.”
Up to now, the “BamaRush” tag on TikTok has accumulated a lot more than 1.2 billion views, with PNMs (Potential New Members)revealing their OOTO (Outfit of your day) and giving glimpses behind the curtain of the rush week journey.
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Variety reports the documentary continues to be currently in production.
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