Poll: Students a Bit Crazy for Suing AKAs?

Tell us if you think the Howard University students suing the sorority have a point.

Members of Howard University's AKA chapter in 2011 (YouTube)

Howard University students Laurin Compton and Lauren Cofield are not happy about being denied membership to the university’s Alpha Kappa Alpha chapter.

They allege that they were hazed and discriminated against because they are "legacies" -- children of AKA sorors -- and are taking their case to court.

From what we gather, most of our Twitter followers think this lawsuit is a bit of a stretch. What say you? Take the poll below.

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