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  • In this blog, I plan to talk about common headaches and holistic modalities and at-home treatments that may help.

  • Holistic medicine is a form of healing that considers the whole person -- body, mind, spirit, and emotions -- in the quest for optimal health and wellness?

  • You’ll find any chiropractor by doing a local Google search... and I’m sure you’ll be WOWed at the 5-star reviews.

  • Laura Eckel Hullings is creating a sense of belonging in her role as lead advisor for the Delta Kappa chapter at The University of Florida.

  • Laura Eckel Hullings is creating a sense of belonging in her role as lead advisor for the Delta Kappa chapter at The University of Florida.

  • Maureen Bowie is back in the game, returning to Delta Phi Epsilon as a chapter advisor for the Zeta Lambda chapter at Farmingdale State College. After graduation, Maureen took time to focus on her personal and professional life.

  • Meditation is a technique used to focus, heighten, and center yourself physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. It’s a jack of all trades!

  • Are you considering volunteering as a chapter advisor for DPhiE but aren’t sure if it’s the right fit for you?

  • As the Lead advisor for the Beta Omega chapter, Amora Laucella often reflects on why she joined Delta Phi Epsilon: to inspire passion and purpose to her sisters.

  • This month we need your help to celebrate our advisors. Here are 10 ways your chapter can celebrate your advisors this month.

  • Vashtina Boyce’s time as an undergraduate was short; being an active member of the Alpha Epsilon chapter at Kennesaw State University for a year and a half. After a short but rewarding experience, she knew she wanted to continue to give back to DPhiE.

  • This year, Delta Phi Epsilon created the Kindness Committee to create training materials and programs that sustain a culture of empathy, trust and compassion. For Beta Tau chapter alumna, Misha Brahmbhatt, these traits come naturally.

  • Part of being in a sisterhood is being there for your sisters. Helping a sister with her depression and/or anxiety can seem challenging.

  • Sarah Robinson knew she wanted to jump into volunteering with DPhiE immediately after graduation. As a leader in her chapter, she wanted to maintain her connection to the organization and serve the organization that gave her a meaningful undergraduate experience. National Panhellenic Council to introduce policy amendment in April,allowing each sorority to define “woman-only” as they choose, which allows for inclusion of non-binary individuals

  • As a first generation college student, Betty Leung was faced with a unique set of challenges. Her parents immigrated from China in pursuit of the American Dream; working low-paying jobs in order to provide their children a better life and a good education.

  • Beta Pi sister, Grace Cordeiro, joined DPhiE because of how much she resonated with our founding principle of Justice.

  • As a current law student at the University of Iowa, Emily Mertz credits DPhiE for providing her valuable professional development opportunities and helping her to find her lifelong passion.

  • March is also Women’s History Month. What a perfect month for us women, the sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon, to take time for wellness and self-care.

  • During Black History Month, acknowledging as many of the courageous Black women who have challenged adversities and demonstrated resilience carries importance, as well as remembering that these experiences continue to shape how our members associate the 5 S’s to our lives.

  • What better way to get to know someone than their horoscope and go to snack? Those are the questions we asked our 2021 - 2022 consultants about five minutes after they accepted their job! Read below for a little insight into our newest ILCs...

  • After graduating from Wesley College in 2016, Jessica Wescott, an alumna from the Beta Nu chapter, found herself looking for ways to provide for herself and others, thus Planting to Feed was born.

  • The alumnae initiate program provides the opportunity for individuals to join Delta Phi Epsilon that did not have the opportunity to join through traditional collegiate recruitment.

  • We asked our members to submit their favorite books to read during Black History Month. We are excited to bring you this list of recommendations and hope you find at least one you can’t put down.

  • After a difficult 2020, Heather P. Kahn (Omega Chapter) is heading into 2021 with hope. Working at Ochsner Hospital in New Orleans, Heather spent most of this past year having difficult conversations.

  • The 2020 presidential election was historic. With a record number of first time voters, it will be remembered for a lifetime. One of those first time voters was our very own, Natalie Vang Jensen (Alpha Chapter).

  • Sister Abby Dobrinick (Gamma Alpha, Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville) has spent this year working as a nurse on the frontlines of the pandemic.

  • Holidays this year may look and feel different. We wanted to take a step back and reflect on the different traditions that make your celebrations unique. If you are interested in sharing your stories, please email communications@dphie.org.

  • I am honored to be one of the eight. My experience as an ILC has brought me highs, lows, lessons learned, and opportunities for growth along the way, in just my first 90 days.

  • I am honored to be one of the eight. My experience as an ILC has brought me highs, lows, lessons learned, and opportunities for growth along the way, in just my first 90 days.

  • I am honored to be one of the eight. My experience as an ILC has brought me highs, lows, lessons learned, and opportunities for growth along the way, in just my first 90 days.

  • When I entered college my freshman year, I knew I wanted to attend law school. I spent my senior year focused on applying, studying, gathering recommendations and finalizing my resume.

  • You just never know where life is going to take you.  We’re all familiar with the saying but before last year, I never really identified with the phrase. I came into college with no prior knowledge of the sorority experience; unfamiliar with the recruitment process,...

  • As a younger generation Mexican American, I have struggled in different ways than most. In the movie Selena, which tells the life story of Mexican American music artist Selena Quintanilla, her father says it best.

  • Hispanic Heritage Month takes place every year from September 15th to October 15th. It begins mid-month to mark the independence of several Latin American countries but I always preferred to think it’s because, as Hispanics, we like our celebrations to have a little something extra. ...

  • During Latinx Heritage Month, we have been asking you to submit books written by Latinx writers that you could not put down! We are excited to bring you this list of recommendations from our own membership.  If you are looking for an escape, these books...

  • The terms were adopted in the United States in an attempt to loosely group immigrants and their descendants that arrived in the US from Latin America. The terms were and sometimes still are used interchangeably. The categories only refer to a person’s origin and ancestral...

  • Celebrated in the United States from September 15 to October 15 Celebrado en los Estados Unidos el 15 de septiembre al 15 de octubre

  • This academic year will certainly be different.  That does not mean we cannot still come together to learn and grow as sisters united by the tenants of justice, sisterhood and love. As an international headquarters is our job to support the membership with programs and...

  • In October of 2019, the International Governing Board accepted the following philosophy on health and wellness. Delta Phi Epsilon strives to create a sense of belonging for all members.Belonging is a human need, just like food, water, and safety. Delta Phi Epsilon recognizes true belonging...

  • From the Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority Philosophy on Health & Wellness: “Delta Phi Epsilon strives to create a sense of belonging for all members. Belonging is a human need, just like food, water, and safety. Delta Phi Epsilon recognizes true belonging can only occur if...

  •  Consistent with our Founder’s courageous vision, Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority’s Policy on trans women and gender non-binary individuals supports the sorority’s three core pillars of justice, sisterhood, and love, and reflects our commitment to anti-discrimination practices.  Gender and sex-based equity are, and have always...

  • A new annual grant that supports a sister of Delta Phi Epsilon (DPhiE) sorority pursuing an undergraduate, graduate or professional degree, who has overcome a significant medical, personal or family difficulty. Gina Curtis, Epsilon Upsilon Chapter at Humboldt State University and President of the Delta...

  • Arleen Kruger Honick, Psi Chapter at the University of Georgia is one of our sisterhood’s most prolific leaders, volunteers and supporters. Adding to her years of dedication to Delta Phi Epsilon, Arleen’s commitment has reached even greater heights recently with the Arleen Kruger Honick Scholarship...

  • Dr. Toby Tamarkin of the Sigma Chapter at The Ohio State University worked her way through college. Her focused dedication to her education while having to work a job is a testament to her fortitude. Her drive created a successful 33-year career as a teacher,...

  • The Madeleine Claire McNulty Scholarship, named in commemoration of the daughter of Past International President Dawn Barta McNulty, Phi Sigma Chapter at Northern Illinois University was created to support a sorority member who has overcome a medical, personal or family difficulty. Madeleine was a diligent...