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Half of My Heart is in Puerto Rico

Sister Spotlight | 10/12/2017

Wednesday, September 20 felt like any other day at Northeastern University until night rolled around and news started to circulate, or should I say, lack thereof. My family in Puerto Rico had no way to contact my family on the mainland and all news from the island was...

Engage U: The Spark I Needed

Be Involved | 10/10/2017

Two years ago, I attended my first Engage U at my school, Binghamton University. As an eager sophomore still in that new phase of joining a sorority, I offered to volunteer that day since my chapter was hosting this event. That day, I didn’t know much of what to expect,...

Perspective from the Sidelines

Sister Spotlight | 09/28/2017

Being a leader has always been an interest of mine, but there's a lot of learning that comes with being actively involved in something as opposed to standing on the sidelines. What’s funny is that my story is all about me standing on the literal sidelines, while moving...

Transitional Skills from a TV News Anchor

Sister Spotlight | 09/26/2017

Every morning, people in Lake Charles, LA wake up and start their day with me. As a Pittsburgh native, I realize that I’m a long way from home and that I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for Delta Phi Epsilon.

I didn't have any experience in TV when I landed my first...

An Orange Among Apples

Sister Spotlight | 08/17/2017

When you think of a small-town girl, I’m most likely not who you would picture in your head. My name is Dominique and I grew up in the extremely southern and small town of Griffin, Georgia.

Griffin is the type of town where building a new grocery store was the...

Scholarship Recipient: Megan's Story

Foundation | 08/01/2017

Stepping into my freshman year of college at Georgia Southern University, Greek life was the farthest thing from my mind. I was a cross country student-athlete and running consumed my life. Along with my growing obsession with running, I started to develop an eating...