Well, the issue isn't the size or number of chapters the sorority has across the country (see Phi Tau, an article about a fraternity at Dartmouth). I'm looking at the deleted version of the article and I fail to see how this sorority meets WP:N, specifically WP:GROUP. The article, as it was in October 2006, highlighted the sorority's intentions, but never made claim as to why the sorority was notable to begin with. If you could provide some evidence of notability, as per WP:GROUP, then I'll gladly reconsider my decision. Regards, Nishkid64 (Make articles, not wikidrama) 02:41, 14 June 2008 (UTC)
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