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What Alpha Phi has Given Me

Posted by Emily G on December 6, 2014 at 5:10 PM Comments comments (3)

 

In my three years in Alpha Phi I have grown as a person, a sister, and a woman. I have made lifelong friends, given back to the community, competed against other Greeks for bragging rights, gone to conferences in Chicago and Indianapolis, had late nights baking cookies and eating pizza, watched as my big left Adrian to pave the way for bigger adventures, and felt a twinge of pride as I shopped (and purchased) every bear item in the store. Looking back at these events, I can proud...

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Just Another Look

Posted by Emily G on September 9, 2014 at 10:45 AM Comments comments (0)

First of all; Katy, this is such a beautifully written piece and an amazing tribute to one of your beloved sisters. We are all so touched by your post. It is such a wonderful example of what it truly means to be apart of such a strong and amazing sisterhood.


This is WELL worth the read. Such a beautifully written blog post by one of our greiving sisters at Texas Tech Alpha Phi. Our hearts and pray...

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Hand Me a Sandwich and a Bid Please! By: Claire Ollila

Posted by Emily G on August 15, 2014 at 5:20 PM Comments comments (3)

Once upon a time in the sandwich line of Ritchie Marketplace, I met a girl donning letters on her shirt who suggested I rush for a sorority here at Adrian College. As a girl who firmly believed the anti-Greek life stereotype and never thought of touching it with a ten-foot pole, I gave her the polite, "Sure, I'll think about it." A few days later, I hesitantly agreed to go through recruitment with one of my good friends under the strict ...

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What Does Alpha Phi Mean To Me? By: Sister Kelly Dziekan

Posted by Emily G on August 8, 2014 at 3:55 PM Comments comments (0)

What does Alpha Phi mean to me? If I were to be asked what Alpha Phi meant to me, I would have to rewind the clock and take you back to last year, at the bginning of August. As any freshman to be in college, my move in day was nerve wrecking. I was always the child that was very close to her family and friends and never left home for more than a ...

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