RTE article Students on college campuses are being urged to make sure their sorories are safe from the dangers of online dating.
On the fringes of campus, dating websites are proliferating, which could lead to unwanted encounters with unsuspecting college students.
The social networking site is not just a fun game, it is also a safe place to meet and connect with new friends.
However, it can also be dangerous for those looking to connect with the opposite sex.
On Thursday, Sorority Life and other sororations were advised to change their Facebook profile pictures.
Sorority members can also ask that pictures of their members be removed.
It comes after a report revealed the incidence of dating apps has risen by 10% on social media sites since 2016.
The news comes just weeks after a study by Oxford University found the prevalence of internet dating apps in the UK has risen from 13% in 2015 to 30% last year.
Last week, the UK government introduced legislation that aims to increase the proportion of women who have the right to a marriage licence from 15% to 30%.
A survey by the Oxford Internet Policy and Research Unit (OIPREU) found that in the year to June 2017, there were 1,912 dating apps and apps with over 1,000 members.
Sorority Life, which has more than 500 members across the UK, has a reputation for promoting diversity and inclusion.
Sourdough has written an article for the Irish Independent about how Sorority life can be a safe space for members of different cultures to find and connect.