My final parting thought to parents: Never question the blessings of a sorority affiliation for your daughter.
But we’re here to tell you that your sorority network is one of your best support systems around and a great avenue to securing eventual employment.
When it comes to health, you are the best judge of something that may be awry. If you wait for a loved one or colleague to tell you that you’re not on your usual game, your symptoms may have waylaid you into a chronic condition.
Our potential is vast and almost immeasurable. Harnessing the power and strength of women who followed in the footsteps of our founders 109 years ago is no accident of history. The founders who foresaw “our” potential then are the women who saw well beyond the limitations of their time.
As our membership continues to reflect phenomenal growth with new undergraduates year over year — including a more than 6 percent increase this past year — we are working to ensure the sorority experience remains relevant for today’s college women and alumnae.
NPC women never really stop working. Just as planning is underway for our annual meeting this fall in Austin, we also invest time to stay current, updated and ready for the next wave of women we will meet this fall on campuses across the nation.
I’ve written about this before – the fun of sorority membership is not just for the collegians. Last weekend a group of my sorority friends gathered in Monmouth, Illinois (isn’t that where you’ve always wanted to go? Birthplace of Wyatt Earp!!!) to celebrate Founders’ Day at the founding site of Pi Beta Phi: Holt House, Read the Rest…
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