We love seeing good news, photos, activity reports, and more posted to our Facebook page. A lot of these are too short to be blog entries on their own, so we thought we’d bundle them up for you in one place. We want to make sure that you get recognized for all the awesome stuff you’re doing! If your chapter reached a goal, had a successful event, or just wants to share, you can post items on our Facebook page or email the webmaster directly.
A big Sigma shout out to our newest alumnae chapter, Philadelphia! They received their chapter charter this week and are ready to do amazing things. You can join their Facebook group to keep up with all the great stuff they are planning!
Alpha Theta participated in their university’s 2nd annual Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics. Brr!
Congrats and “whale done” to the Gamma Xi chapter for meeting (and exceeding!) campus total for the first time in 6 years!
Zeta Kappa also had a great recruitment, welcoming 12 new members to their chapter. Way to go!
Sisters from the Eta Zeta chapter recently visited Mt. McKinley in Alaska!
Congratulations to Kelsey Cummings, a Delta Theta alumnae, was crowned “Great Miss North Carolina Sweetheart” last weekend.
Sigma shout out to the Alpha Chi chapter, who teamed up with the St. Louis Alumnae Chapter to cook dinner at the local Ronald McDonald house.
Another great recruitment… The women of Epsilon Zeta welcomed 11 new members during formal recruitment! That was 2 over quota and put them 1 over campus total. Whale done, ladies!
The Beta Upsilon chapter is participating in Thon 2011 to fight pediatric cancer. Penn State IFC/Panhellenic Dance MaraTHON is the world’s largest student-run philanthropy. Last year, they raised $7.8 million dollars, and hope to raise more this year. If you are able to give, please specify Sigma Sigma Sigma as your organization of choice. Best of luck!
The Psi chapter posted photos from the Out of the Dark suicide prevention walk, working with Ronald McDonald House on their annual cleanup day.
And, in case you missed it, an image featuring Tri Sigmas was used on the Huffington Post, in an article about pathways to career success for students. Kinda random, but kinda cool!