Oh dear. The infamous "rushed" video. I'm actually working on a film right now with the guy who made that.
Okay, as someone who went through the process let me give you my two cents on that.
First of all, I believe he went into it wanting to find negative things to say--and that he did. I completely admit the rush process is pretty superficial and there are ridiculous rules (ie. can't take even a napkin out of the house because it can be considered a "gift"), however the extent to which "Anonymous" (aka. former tridelt rush chair) was being superificial is veryyyy exagerated. Apparently she was quite the ***** to begin with, and while yes some sororities do take looks/presentability into consideration, it is nowhere near the most important or only criteria. Tridelt has since changed their rush system anyway, and different houses have very different systems for rushing girls. Oh, and most sororities don't match up girls based on facebook--they have more important things to do.
Going into it, I agree with Allie (the girl he follows) that we really don't know what's going on or how the process works and I think we could be better informed about the process.
It's also annoying how he asked people their impressions of certain sororities, yet only asked them about Theta and Tridelt and Kappa (considered the "top" sororties...and I hate putting it that way b/c different houses fit different people better) as to demonize them why he ignored asking them impressions of sororities like Chi O and DZ, which are stereotypically considered dorky or whatever.
He also fails to recognize that we cut houses as well, and girls on the other side can be just as upset that we don't end up choosing their house. And his choice of music was pretty ridiculous.
So yeah, overall there is some truth, but if he wanted to make a respectable documentary, he could have balanced it a bit better, in my opinion.