Building Bridges as a DPhiE

Be Your Best Self | 03/13/2018

For women in STEM, being underrepresented in the field is, unfortunately, normal.

To succeed – regardless of industry or field – one must feel connected and committed to their environment and must develop strong support structures to assist with navigating...

"Very Old Pin"

From the Archives | 03/05/2018

Shortly after my work responsibilities began to include those of alumnae affairs, I received an email with the subject line “Very Old Pin”. At first glance, I could not help but think that this was simply someone sharing a photo of a Delta Phi Epsilon sisterhood badge...

Going All-In During D4D 2018

Foundation | 02/28/2018

In order to go “all in”, each member must make donate $25. In an effort to make this process as easy as possible, chapters may collect the individual gifts from each sister and make one group donation.

The group donation can be made in one of three ways:


Ritual Task Force Resolution Approved by International Governing Board

News | 02/18/2018

Over the past several months, a special task force led by the International Ritualist, Cheryl Lamm, Rho Chapter at University of Illinois, has been working on a resolution to modify and create uniformity across chapters of our ritual and ceremonies. 


Delta Phi Epsilon Leadership Sets 2018-2021 Strategic Vision & Goals

News | 02/18/2018

Over the weekend of February 9-11, 2018, board members from the Educational Foundation, National Development Corporation and International Governing Board, were  joined by Delta Phi Epsilon’s National Panhellenic Delegate and Executive Staff from the international...

Challenging the Status Quo: From One Generation to the Next

Sister Spotlight | 01/23/2018

Kirpa Grewal will be the first to tell you she owes much of her activism to her mother. In the South Asian culture, there’s a custom of handing out sweets when a boy is born. These sweets are called ladoo. Born to parents who already had two daughters, Kirpa was seen as...