It’s no secret that women outnumber men when it comes to four-year undergraduate universities, making sorority membership a must for most. And back in the 1940s when the majority of college aged men were off fighting in World War II, Greek Life was a way for women to form friendships, engage in meaningful charities and of course, commit some debauchery here and there.

So how have sorority girls evolved in the last 70 years? These two photos of Texas Tri-Delts show nothing much has changed.

Texas Tri-Delts in a University of Texas dorm room in 1944
Texas Tri-Delts in 2014

I would safely bet that men are still pretty happy to be outnumbered to women.