College may have been the best years of your life if you were a Phi Mu at the University of Georgia, a devoted member of Vanderbilt’s Kappa Alpha Theta, living large at Delta Delta Delta’s luxurious pad at Louisiana State University, or any of the other sororities that make a campus feel like home. Sororities aren’t just campus housing (although you can’t blame someone for wanting to move into the Chi Omega mansion at the University of Missouri), but instead are a chosen family with a network of sisters that extends across the country, if not the world. While college only last four years, the kinship of a sorority lasts a lifetime.
Luckily, it’s easy to relive your glory days in between reunions with your sorority sisters thanks to the portrayals of Greek life that end up on television and movies. While there is a long Hollywood tradition of using sorority houses as the setting for horror stories (Scream Queens or The House on Sorority Row, for starters), but you can save those for your next late night sleep over (if you dare). Instead, we’re looking at some of the funniest and most fun films and TV shows to ever go Greek.