Delta Zeta News

Celebrating Pride Month with Katy Burton, Kappa Iota-Wright State (Ohio)

June is Pride Month and we are supporting and celebrating our members that identify as LGBTQ+. We’ve asked a few chapter Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, or DEI, chairs to tell us what they do in their chapters to educate on LGBTQ+ matters. “Being LGBTQ+ has taught me a lot. I grew up in an area…

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DELTA ZETA FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES ANNOUNCES OFFICERS

The Delta Zeta Foundation is honored to announce the officers of the Board of Trustees who will serve July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2026. Congratulations to Margaret A. Purcell, Ph.D., Alpha Gamma Chapter, University of Alabama, President; Jennifer Bogen Morrison, Theta Chapter, The Ohio State University, Vice President; Diane M. Stecher, Past National President,…

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DELTA ZETA FOUNDATION AWARDS RECORD AMOUNT OF SCHOLARSHIP DOLLARS

(Oxford, OH) The Delta Zeta Foundation is empowering the continued education of 113 undergraduate and graduate members of the Sorority for the 2024-2025 academic year. This year’s scholarship awards total a record $415,750. In the previous five years, the Foundation has awarded over $1.8 million to Delta Zeta members, helping these sisters to continue their…

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Celebrating Pride Month with Kalista Rojas, Pi Xi-Central Florida

June is Pride Month and we are supporting and celebrating our members that identify as LGBTQ+. We’ve asked a few chapter Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, or DEI, chairs to tell us what they do in their chapters to educate on LGBTQ+ matters. “As the Pi Xi chapter’s first ever DEI & Belonging Chairwoman I worked…

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Celebrating Pride Month with Durga Nagarajan, Pi Sigma-Texas (Dallas)

June is Pride Month and we are supporting and celebrating our members that identify as LGBTQ+. We’ve asked a few chapter Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, or DEI, chairs to tell us what they do in their chapters to educate on LGBTQ+ matters. “As the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion chair for the Pi Sigma Chapter, I prioritize…

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Celebrating Pride Month with Julia Jankowski, Xi Iota-Muhlenberg (PA)

June is Pride Month and we are supporting and celebrating our members that identify as LGBTQ+. We’ve asked a few chapter Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, or DEI, chairs to tell us what they do in their chapters to educate on LGBTQ+ matters. “The Xi Iota Chapter at Muhlenberg College has a unique perspective on LGBTQ+ topics and issues with a…

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DELTA ZETA RECOGNIZED AT THE 2024 FRATERNITY COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL CONFERENCE

(Oxford, OH) Delta Zeta’s communications work and staff were recently honored at the Fraternity Communications Association (FCA) Centennial Celebration held April 29 – May 2 in Memphis, Tennessee. FCA is a professional association composed of more than 70 member organizations. Delta Zeta received two first place awards for both Inter/National Website Improvement for DeltaZeta.org and for…

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Foundation Mission Moment – May 2024

Did you know May is Mental Health Awareness Month? At the Delta Zeta Foundation, we are proud to stand by our sisters and support mental health initiatives through resources like Protect Your Shell, an online mental health resource center available to all members. For this month’s Mission Moment, hear the story of how mental health…

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Volunteer Appreciation Spotlight: Sherri Smith Martin, Alpha Gamma-Alabama

Thank you to each and every one of our Delta Zeta volunteers who truly keep the light of the flame burning! As Alfa said,“Our Sorority ideals serve ever to remind us we can help others in this game of life.” Take a minute to read this volunteer shoutout from one of our members: “My CCD, Sherri Smith Martin,…

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Volunteer Appreciation Spotlight: Dr. Aubrey Holt, Lambda Alpha-Arkansas Tech

Thank you to each and every one of our Delta Zeta volunteers who truly keep the light of the flame burning! As Alfa said, “Our Sorority ideals serve ever to remind us we can help others in this game of life.” Take a minute to read this volunteer shoutout from one of our members: “You never realize…

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Volunteer Appreciation Spotlight: Alexa Palmerini, Omicron Beta-Stockton (NJ)

Thank you to each and every one of our Delta Zeta volunteers who truly keep the light of the flame burning! As Alfa said, “Our Sorority ideals serve ever to remind us we can help others in this game of life.” Take a minute to read this volunteer shoutout from one of our members: “Alexa Palmerini, Omicron…

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Volunteer Appreciation Spotlight: Jessi Luck, Delta Omega-Fort Hays State (KS)

Thank you to each and every one of our Delta Zeta volunteers who truly keep the light of the flame burning! As Alfa said, “Our Sorority ideals serve ever to remind us we can help others in this game of life.” Take a minute to read this volunteer shoutout from one of our members: “Jessi Luck was…

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Volunteer Appreciation Spotlight: Emma Sears, Beta Gamma – Louisville (KY)

Thank you to each and every one of our Delta Zeta volunteers who truly keep the light of the flame burning! As Alfa said, “Our Sorority ideals serve ever to remind us we can help others in this game of life.” Take a minute to read this volunteer shoutout from one of our members: “Emma Sears is my College Chapter Director…

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Cultivating Leadership – Norma Minch Andrisek, Order of the Laurel

March kicks off Women’s History Month, and this year’s national theme is “Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.” Throughout Delta Zeta’s history, we have had many members who lived this through their actions on behalf of the sorority. A cherished tradition from Theta Upsilon, which merged with Delta Zeta in 1962, the Order of the…

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Giving Graciously – Myrtle Graeter Hinkly, Order of the Laurel

March kicks off Women’s History Month, and this year’s national theme is “Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.” Throughout Delta Zeta’s history, we have had many members who lived this through their actions on behalf of the sorority. A cherished tradition from Theta Upsilon, which merged with Delta Zeta in 1962, the Order of the…

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NMALC 2024 Registration is now open!

The registration link for the 2024 Norma Minch Andrisek Leadership Conference (NMALC) is now open! This ‘collegiate members only’ conference will be held July 18-21, 2024 in Oxford, Ohio on the campus of Miami University. It is a great time for Delta Zeta, and we are looking forward to having you join us for a weekend of sisterhood and…

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Growing Delta Zeta –  Elizabeth Coulter Stephenson, Order of the Laurel

March kicks off Women’s History Month, and this year’s national theme is “Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.” Throughout Delta Zeta’s history, we have had many members who lived this through their actions on behalf of the sorority. A cherished tradition from Theta Upsilon, which merged with Delta Zeta in 1962, the Order of the…

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Foundation Mission Moment – March

Today, we are thrilled to share our March Mission Moment, shining a light on a few remarkable individuals who have joined the Oxford Society, our esteemed circle of planned giving donors. These four donors have been instrumental in supporting Delta Zeta’s mission through their continued contributions. They’ve taken their commitment one step further by including Delta…

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Penning Delta Zeta’s History: Grace Mason Lundy, Order of the Laurel

March kicks off Women’s History Month, and this year’s national theme is “Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.” Throughout Delta Zeta’s history, we have had many members who lived this through their actions on behalf of the sorority. A cherished tradition from Theta Upsilon, which merged with Delta Zeta in 1962, the Order of the…

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Answering the Need: Irene C. Boughton, Order of the Laurel

March kicks off Women’s History Month, and this year’s national theme is “Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.” Throughout Delta Zeta’s history, we have had many members who lived this through their actions on behalf of the sorority. A cherished tradition from Theta Upsilon, which merged with Delta Zeta in 1962, the Order of the…

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Delta Zeta is Celebrating Women’s History Month

March kicks off Women’s History Month, and this year’s national theme is “Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.” Throughout Delta Zeta’s history, we have had many members who lived this through their actions on behalf of the sorority. One facet that plays a large role in Delta Zeta’s story is our history of…

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Celebrating Black History Month with Sisters

Member Spotlight: Maranda Calhoun, Pi Rho – University of West Georgia Black History Month has been celebrated in February since 1976. As we take time to reflect this month, we had a chance to chat with Maranda Calhoun, Pi Rho – University of West Georgia, about not only her experience as a Delta Zeta, but also…

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Valuing Empowerment and Leadership

It’s National Leadership Day! Read about how our sister, Lily Ivey, Gamma Kappa – Kent State, empowers herself to be a leader in her chapter, on campus and in her community along with how CORE prepared for this coming year. Walking into formal recruitment in the fall of 2022 was nerve-racking, but I knew what…

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Celebrating Black History Month with Sisters

Member Spotlight: Anneteke Adoga – Xi Lambda Chapter, University of San Francisco Black History Month has been celebrated in February since 1976. As we take time to reflect this month, we had a chance to chat with Anneteke Adoga, Xi Lambda-San Francisco (CA), about not only her experience as a Delta Zeta but also about what Black History Month…

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DELTA ZETA FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENTS

(Oxford, OH) The Delta Zeta Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of new Trustees to the Board: Diane Chamberlain Cesarz, Lambda Theta Chapter, Michigan Technological University, Deana Lewis Kaplan, Theta Iota, Western Carolina University and Trudy Wheeler, Delta Omicron, Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Each of these members will serve a two-year term.  Diane joins…

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Celebrating Black History Month with Sisters

Member Spotlight: Natalia Stanley, Beta Gamma – University of Louisville (KY)  Black History Month has been celebrated in February since 1976. As we take time to reflect this month, we had a chance to chat with Natalia Stanley, Beta Gamma – Louisville (KY), about not only her experience as a Delta Zeta, but also about what Black History Month…

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Nominate a sister today! Now accepting nominations for the 2024 35 Under 35 Honoree Class!

The National Council is pleased to announce that the nomination process for the 2024 35 Under 35 recognition is now open! Delta Zeta’s 35 Under 35 recognizes outstanding young professionals who, before the age of 35, have achieved success by making significant impact in their industry. Candidates for this honor are women who have demonstrated…

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Celebrating Black History Month with Sisters

To most Delta Zeta members today, we have always known February as Black History Month. It has only been since 1976 when then-President Gerald Ford designed February to celebrate Black History Month as a time to honor the achievements of Black Americans that, in the past, would go largely unrecognized. 1 Although Black History Month…

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2024 National Headquarters Interns

DELTA ZETA ANNOUNCES 2024 NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS INTERNS (Oxford, OH) As Delta Zeta National Headquarters continues to support and empower our women to follow their shared value of curiosity and grow as lifelong learners, we are pleased to continue to offer National Headquarters internship opportunities for our members. This year, we offered experiences with digital communications,…

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Foundation Mission Moment – December 2023

As 2023 comes to a close, we reflect on the impact of the Delta Zeta Foundation this year, because of the generosity of our donors. Their investment in our sisterhood means the world to us and to our members. Because of their generosity, our sisters can apply for scholarships to ease the cost of education, participate…

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Foundation Mission Moment – November 2023

The Delta Zeta Foundation hosted our sixth annual Founders Day Challenge on October 24, and sisters like you came together to raise over $242,000 in support of our sisterhood! Click the video below to see the impact your Delta Zeta sisters, friends and family made on the future of Delta Zeta.

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2023 Founders Day Proclamation

“We wish our Sorority to grow not merely in numbers but in the strength of our adherence to the principles by which it was founded,” said Elizabeth Coulter Stephenson, Alpha, Miami University, who was National President from 1912-1915. As we celebrate the founding of Delta Zeta on October 24, 1902, and reflect on the many…

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2023 Convention Lampkins

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Foundation Mission Moment – September 2023

Over the past biennium, Delta Zeta has worked to provide the Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP) to 104 of our collegiate chapters. This training continues to be helpful in keeping our members safe and changing their own attitudes about safe alcohol consumption. Delta Zeta will work to provide ASTP to 61 collegiate chapters during the…

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2023 National Convention Awards

The National Council extends congratulations to these members and chapters for receiving the following awards at the 2023 National Convention and Everlasting Sisterhood Event, held at the Signia by Hilton at Bonnet Creek in Orlando, Florida on July 27-30, 2023. 2023 National Convention Individual Awards ACHOTH AWARD This award shall be given to alumnae who…

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Delta Zeta Announces the 2023 Florence Hood Miner and Grace Mason Lundy Award Recipients

(Oxford, Ohio) It is with great pleasure that the National Council announces the 2023 recipients of the Florence Hood Miner Award and the Grace Mason Lundy Award.   The Florence Hood Miner Award was first given out at the 1948 Convention in recognition of her service as National Vice President, Editor of The LAMP of…

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Foundation Mission Moment – May 2023

The Delta Zeta Foundation is proud to support our sisters’ mental health by providing support for resources through Protect Your Shell, an online resource center available to all. Learn more about how your gift makes a difference and how you can access this valuable tool in this month’s Mission Moment with Will Frankenberger, Chief Safety…

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Delta Zeta Recognized at the Fraternity Communications Association Centennial Celebration

(Oxford, OH) Delta Zeta Sorority’s communications work and staff were recently honored at the Fraternity Communications Association (FCA) Centennial Celebration held May 2-4, 2023 in Indianapolis, Indiana. FCA is a professional association composed of more than 70 member organizations. Allison Lynch, Alpha Upsilon-Maine, Chief Communications and Information Officer and LAMP Managing Editor, was elected to…

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Foundation Mission Moment – April 2023

This month, hear from Ashley Persson, Pi Psi, California State University/San Marcos, about her graduate school journey supported by the Delta Zeta Foundation!  

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Foundation Newsletter – Spring 2023: Recurring Giving

Delta Zeta values our recurring donors! A recurring donation to the Delta Zeta Foundation each month is convenient and easy. By setting up a recurring donation at www.deltazeta.org/give, you are supporting the future of Delta Zeta!  

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Foundation Newsletter – Spring 2023: Donor Profile

Donor Profile – Margaret Purcell: Any gift, no matter how small or large, is the best gift.   Margaret A. Purcell, Alpha Gamma, University of Alabama, grew up surrounded by empowered women and believes in passing that empowerment on. Her mother and grandmother influenced her very early on. “My grandmother said ‘make a difference where…

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Foundation Newsletter – Spring 2023: Development and Engagement Interns

Introducing the Delta Zeta Foundation 2023 Development and Engagement Interns   Since 2019, the Delta Zeta Foundation has hosted Development and Engagement undergraduate and graduate interns to help connect sisters and share their passion for Delta Zeta and the work of the Foundation. The internship helps interns gain meaningful skills in fundraising, relationship management, consultative…

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Foundation Newsletter – Spring 2023: Presidents Academy Recap

2023 Presidents Academy: Inspiring confidence in our sisters!   For the first time since 2019, Delta Zeta Chapter Presidents and College Chapter Directors (CCDs) gathered in Dallas, Texas, January 12 – 15 to learn, engage and connect about their respective positions and fine-tune their leadership skills. Presidents and CCDs were able to build confidence in…

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Women in STEAM: Shannon Beeler

By Abby Hanlon, Delta Upsilon-Marshall University  Shannon Beeler is a high school math teacher in Mililani, Hawaii on the island of O’ahu. She is a military wife and mother of three. Shannon pursued a career in mathematics and education after discovering her passion for helping others. Can you share a little bit about your college…

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Women in STEAM: Blanca Herrera

  By Abby Hanlon, Delta Upsilon-Marshall University Blanca Herrera is a Civil Engineer Associate for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. She is a 2020 Delta Zeta 35 Under 35 honoree. She pursued a career in the field of engineering after participating in Engineers Without Borders, whose mission is too empowered communities by…

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Women in STEAM: Gina Thornberg

By Abby Hanlon, Delta Upsilon-Marshall UniversityMarch is Women’s History Month, and we are highlighting Delta Zeta sisters in STEAM- science, technology, engineering, arts and math. Gina Thornberg, Iota Delta-Edinboro (PA), finished her associate degree at Robert Morris University and enrolled at Edinboro University to complete her undergraduate degree. She only had a few friends, one…

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Women in STEAM: Tori Suslovitch

By Abby Hanlon, Delta Upsilon-Marshall University March is Women’s History Month, and we are highlighting Delta Zeta sisters in STEAM- science, technology, engineering, arts and math. Tori Suslovitch, Delta Beta-Tampa (FL), is a licensed genetic counselor in the Yu Lab at Boston Children’s Hospital. She graduated from the University of Tampa with a bachelor’s in…

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Representation Matters: Alumna is first person of color on University Board of Governors

February 23, 2023 Written by: Abby Hanlon, Delta Upsilon-Marshall (WV), Communications Intern Amelia (Amy) Bailey Counts, would have never imagined while she was a collegiate member at the Epsilon Nu Chapter at Missouri State University that she would eventually be the first woman of color Board Chair on the University’s Board of Governors. Amy joined…

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How Pi Chi Has Affected Me

By Rachel Beckett, Pi Chi-Western Kentucky I joined Delta Zeta my spring semester of my freshman year. Looking back at my fall semester, I remember how scared and lonely that girl was. I knew how outgoing I was but really struggled to make connections with others. I longed for a place to feel like home.…

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The power of sisterhood and connections

By Robin White Underwood, Xi Beta-Eastern Kentucky In late spring of this year, our sister Michelle passed away due to a rare brain tumor. She was the sweetest, kindest person I knew. When her DZ sisters found out that she was ill, the text chains and messages began to spread. At her funeral, we connected.…

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Navigating Life with a Friend

By Charlotte Williams, Alpha Gamma-Alabama I am pleased to share my story about my exquisite friendship with my dear pledge sister, Lauren. My father suddenly passed away five years ago. As our Delta Zeta Creed reads, “To those closer ones, Love that is ever steadfast,” Lauren exhibited this during a crucial and challenging time in…

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I Really Like Them

By Victoria Varn Pore’, Delta Alpha-California State/Long Beach You know that feeling when you meet someone new and walk away saying to yourself . . . “I really like them!” I get that feeling a lot with Delta Zeta’s across the nation. Genuine ladies, eager to connect. My dear friend and sister Kathryn (Kathi) Greenway…

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My Delta Zeta Mother

My Mother, Phyllis Davis Fisch, began her association with Delta Zeta’s Delta Xi Chapter in the late 1930’s during her college years at Colorado State College of Education, now known as the University Northern Colorado (UNC).  Just before her passing November 2022, Mother was honored to be welcomed as a member of the Delta Zeta…

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Delta Zeta Announces 2023 National Headquarters Interns

(Oxford, OH) As Delta Zeta National Headquarters continues to support and empower our women to follow their shared value of curiosity and grow as lifelong learners, we are pleased to continue to offer National Headquarters Internship opportunities for our members. This year, we offered experiences with digital communications, development and engagement and our global philanthropy…

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Conferences for Women Sponsorship

Delta Zeta is excited to announce a partnership as a Supporting Organization of the Conferences for Women, the largest network of women’s conferences in the United States! As a Supporting Organization, the Conferences for Women will provide Delta Zeta members access to discounted registration rates for each of their annual conferences. This season’s remaining events…

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Delta Zeta Foundation’s Founders Day Challenge Breaks Records

records for our sisterhood this year! The 2022 FDC event on October 24-25 raised more than $252,000 supporting scholarships, educational and leadership programming, member development, the Elizabeth Coulter Stephenson emergency grant and many other leadership opportunities for Delta Zeta members. “The generosity of our donors is what made a successful Founders Day Challenge,” said Karen…

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Empowerment

Passionate leader supports her students’ success.

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Curiosity

Finding the magic in science while inspiring future scientists.

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Generosity 5

Sisters are always there to help, especially those closest, our members.

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Community

For these sisters, twirling has built bonds beyond campus.

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Belonging

Paying it forward and paving a path for future students.

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Friendship

DZ friendships start on campus and continue for decades.

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Featured House: Kappa – University of Washington

The Home Away From Home By: Maggie Old, Omicron Gamma-Ohio, Digital Communications Intern Living in the chapter house is an experience that brings the sisterhood together. Kappa Chapter at the University of Washington has built a great sisterhood in theirs! Special thought is given to the design and use of the space helps Delta Zeta members…

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Delta Zeta Announces 35 Under 35 Honorees for 2022

(Oxford, Ohio) Launched in 2018, Delta Zeta’s 35 Under 35 recognition program highlights outstanding young professionals who have achieved success by making a significant impact in their industry before the age of 35. Candidates of this national recognition are members who have demonstrated leadership, initiative and dedication to their careers, are motivated by challenges, serve…

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Delta Zeta Announces the 2022 Florence Hood Miner and Grace Mason Lundy Award Recipients

(Oxford, Ohio) It is with great pleasure that the National Council announces the 2022 recipients of the Florence Hood Miner Award and the Grace Mason Lundy Award. The Florence Hood Miner Award was first presented at the 1948 Convention in recognition of her service as National Vice President, Editor of The LAMP of Delta Zeta,…

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Friendship

Finding friendship after college can seem like a challenge. With Delta Zeta, it doesn’t have to be.

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Gracious Giving from Delta Zeta Made A New Facility for The Painted Turtle a Reality

(Oxford, OH) On May 20, 2022, Delta Zeta members, volunteers and staff attended the Grand Opening of The Painted Turtle’s new Staff Lounge and Welcome Center. This new facility was funded by Delta Zeta through dollars raised by members. The Painted Turtle has been a part of Delta Zeta’s history of service since 2006 when…

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2022-2023 Foundation Scholarship Recipients

(Oxford, OH) The Delta Zeta Foundation is empowering the continued education of 118 undergraduate and graduate members of the Sorority for the 2022-2023 academic year. This year’s scholarship awards total a record of $401,500, an increase in total funds given of more than 11 percent from 2021-2022. In the previous five years, the Foundation has…

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World Turtle Day 2022

May 23, 2022 This World Turtle Day alumna Kendra Cope, Delta Beta-Tampa (FL), will spend the day like any other, except her day may look slightly different from ours. Kendra founded her nonprofit, Coastal Connections, in 2017 with eight volunteers. They have grown to over 80 volunteers, interns and three paid staff members who lead…

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Featured House: Omicron Lambda – North Carolina State University

Creating Community on Campus with a Housing Partnership Read the full article in THE LAMP FALL 2019 By: Kayla Ray, Theta Psi-Ashland (OH), Communications Coordinator After a three-year process, from design to completion, the Delta Zeta house at North Carolina State University was officially completed in the fall of 2018. Our property is part of a much…

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Featured House: Epsilon Nu – Missouri State University

New Walls, Old Memories  Read the full article in THE LAMP WINTER 2020-2021 Epsilon Nu House – 2000 If the walls of our Epsilon Nu’s chapter house could talk, they would tell you the story of their beginning and the memories made since then. The fall of 2020 marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of the opening of Epsilon Nu’s…

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Featured House: Alpha Gamma – University Of Alabama House

Making a House a Home in Alabama  Read the full article in THE LAMP Fall 2018 By: Kayla Ray, Theta Psi – Ashland (OH), Communications Coordinator This fall, as members of the Alpha Gamma Chapter at the University of Alabama return to campus and move in at 900 Magnolia Drive, they will be welcomed to a beautiful…

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Women’s History Month: Generosity

March 31, 2022 Every collegiate chapter owes her existence to the bond that comes from the partnership with the local college or university. Each Delta Zeta chapter has unique local campus traditions that make the experience special to those members. While 119 years have passed and times have changed, Delta Zeta has left her legacy…

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Women’s History Month: Community

March 28, 2022 History of service to others has been long a part of the Delta Zeta experience. Though service and philanthropy projects may have changed over the years, the commitment sisters have to help and serve others is of the greatest importance. As early as 1914, we see that the National Convention felt that…

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Women’s History Month: Belonging

March 21, 2022 Delta Zeta is a beautiful combination of individual members, many of whom came to the Sorority through the four national mergers we’ve celebrated in our history. Read more below about these significant events from the Summer 1990 LAMP article by Susan Mease Samford, Alpha Pi-Samford (AL). We often speak of Delta Zeta…

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Women’s History Month: Empowerment

March 14, 2022 Could you imagine your life without Delta Zeta? The 1905-1906 school year brought with it some surprises and we almost didn’t have Delta Zeta as we know it today. The Delta Zetas returned with a larger group that fall than before and they all lived together in a house, pledging several new…

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Women’s History Month: Curiosity

March 11, 2022 While the Founders reorganized Alpha Chapter in the fall of 1907, Elizabeth Coulter Stephenson was embarking on advanced work at Cornell University in New York state. At that time, a woman college graduate was rare and a female pursuing graduate studies was even rarer. However, Bess as she was affectionately known, came…

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Women’s History Month: Friendship

March 4, 2022 Recruitment these days might seem really different than what our Founders experienced. We go from Zoom interactions when in person events are not able to be held to carefully coordinating conversation groups ensuring as many sisters can meet a potential new member in a short amount of time, however, recruitment really hasn’t…

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Be an Ally by Crusading for Justice

February 26, 2022 By: Madeline Burkhardt, Beta Xi, Auburn University Adult Education Coordinator and Curator at Rosa Parks Museum Sisters, as members of our Sorority we promise to uphold Delta Zeta’s Creed. We repeat it at every chapter meeting and at many alumnae meet ups. As women, in a predominately white, cisgender sorority, it is…

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Curiosity

How curiosity helped her conquer fear and grief to move forward.

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Empowerment

She always sets out to stand as the woman who can.

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Generosity

Volunteering with our Global Service Project became her passion.

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Belonging

Celebrating sisterhood while offering different types of adventures to meet various interests, activity levels and ages.

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Friendship

Our friendship lasts far beyond our time in college.

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Community

Falling in love with community through philanthropy.

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Featured House: Omicron Gamma – Ohio University

The Delta Zeta House: A Home Across Generations By: Maggie Old, Omicron Gamma-Ohio, Digital Communications Intern When you think of “home,” where does your mind take you? A person? A place? For Delta Zetas, their chapter houses and suites become “home” to them, and for more than just the physical location. Madison King and her mother,…

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Delta Zeta Names Kayla Ray as Director of Communications

(Oxford, Ohio) Our corporate communications and marketing team is expanding! We are excited to announce the promotion of Kayla Ray, Theta Psi, Ashland University, to Director of Communications effective January 1, 2022. In this role, she will partner with volunteer leadership and staff to assure the implementation of Delta Zeta Sorority’s corporate brand strategy across…

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Delta Zeta Names Mary E. Waterman Chief Member Engagement Officer

(Oxford, OH) Delta Zeta Sorority invests in and promotes engagement opportunities for the advancement of friendship, member engagement, chapter association, networking, personal growth and volunteerism initiatives to enhance the membership experience, celebrate member achievement and build community spirit. Effective January 1, 2022, we are pleased to announce that Mary E. Waterman, Gamma Omicron, San Diego…

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Delta Zeta Announces 2022 National Headquarters Interns

(Oxford, OH) As Delta Zeta National Headquarters continues to support and empower our women to follow their shared value of curiosity and grow as lifelong learners, we are pleased to continue to offer National Headquarters Internship opportunities for our members. This year, we offered experiences with digital communications, development and special events and our global philanthropy…

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No matter the age or stage of life, DZ Sisters are there

December 20, 2021 By: Megan Parkman, College Chapter Director, Xi Rho, Clarkson University (Bottom left) I joined Delta Zeta my freshman year before I knew many people and found my network. Kaitlin and I were on the same floor and were already friends, but at the time, I couldn’t imagine how important our friendship would…

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Delta Zeta Foundation Chief Advancement Officer Alicia Favata Earns Certified Fundraising Professional Credential

(Oxford, OH) Delta Zeta is pleased to announce that Alicia Favata, Pi Beta, University of Hartford, has been named a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE). Alicia, Chief Advancement Officer for Delta Zeta Foundation joins over 7,200 professionals around the world who hold the CFRE designation. Alicia has been the Chief Advancement Officer for the Delta…

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Volunteer Spotlight: Brooke Reynolds

November 17, 2021 In 2016, Brooke Reynolds, Gamma Chi – Ball State (IN), became the Collegiate Chapter Director (CCD) for the Pi Omicron Chapter at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). This year she is celebrating five years as a Delta Zeta volunteer Read on to find out how Brooke got her start as a volunteer,…

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2021 Founders Day Proclamation

“May the friendships we make, and the kindliness we have for each other, be everlasting.” Founder Alfa Lloyd Hayes, who served as Delta Zeta’s National President from 1908-1912, wrote those words to delegates at the Golden Anniversary Convention in 1952. Alfa, having no daughters of her own, valued greatly the relationships she gained because of…

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Generosity

Personal connections make giving part of her life.

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Curiosity

Genuine interactions led to a dream career.

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Empowerment

Sisterhood is all about teamwork.

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Community

Falling in love with community through philanthropy.

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Belonging

She knows that she is accepted and celebrated by her sisters.

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Friendship

It’s a friendship we’ll cherish for the rest of our lives.

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Delta Zeta Foundation Board of Trustees Announces Appointments

(Oxford, OH) The Delta Zeta Foundation Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the appointment of Merry Westbrook Adamcik, Distinguished Past National Officer, Delta Theta Chapter, University of Houston, and Crystal Hinson Miller, Xi Sigma Chapter, University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill. Now retired, Merry brings more than 30 years of telecom management experience to the…

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MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: EMMABELLA RUDD

August 19, 2021 August 19 is World Humanitarian Day and we are thrilled to introduce you to one Delta Zeta collegiate member whose love for change and inspiration never cease to end. Meet Emmabella Rudd, Alpha Sigma, Florida State University. Earlier this summer Emmabella was awarded the Dianna Award. Established in memory of the late…

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Delta Zeta Sorority Announces Directors of Chapter Services Selected

(Oxford, Ohio) Delta Zeta Sorority is excited to announce the hiring of two staff members to its team, each in the role of Director of Chapter Services: Mikayla (Kayla) Flott, Theta Eta, Creighton University Lisa McCoy, Pi Theta, Rollins College Both will supervise the operational aspects of assigned collegiate chapters; provide training, education and guidance…

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Delta Zeta Announces 2021-2023 National Council

(Oxford, Ohio) At the 54rd National Convention held virtually July 15-18, 2021, Delta Zeta Sorority announced the National Council. The following National Council members will hold positions in their respective offices for the 2021-2023 biennium: National President: Christy Phillips-Brown, Theta Iota Chapter (Western Carolina University) National Vice President: Lauren Davis Campbell, Gamma Psi Chapter (Central…

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Delta Zeta Announces 35 Under 35 Honorees for 2021

(Oxford, Ohio) Launched in 2018, Delta Zeta’s 35 Under 35 recognition program highlights outstanding young professionals who have achieved success by making a significant impact in their industry before the age of 35. Candidates of this national recognition are members who have demonstrated leadership, initiative and dedication to their careers, are motivated by challenges, serve…

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Member Spotlight: Tina Wei Smith

May 29, 2021 The month of May provides the opportunity to celebrate the diversity of our sisterhood through recognizing Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. We are proud to introduce you to a Delta Zeta alumna who continuously makes an impact within as well as outside of her AAPI community. Meet Tina Wei…

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The Journey of a Lifetime

May 21, 2021 Written by: Madison Brzozowski, Kappa Rho-Kutztown University My mom was diagnosed with an Acoustic Neuroma when I was in high school, which is a tumor that develops on the balance (vestibular) and hearing, or auditory (cochlear) nerves leading from the inner ear to the brain. My mom went through a major brain…

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The Growth of a Friendship Through Sisterhood

April 5, 2021 Written by: Marissa Steiner, Xi Iota-Muhlenberg College My Delta Zeta journey began when my best friend/roommate, Emma, and I decided to go through recruitment together in 2019. I was so excited to meet new people and find a home, however Emma was more on the fence. I remember sitting on the floor…

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Gaining Self Confidence Through Delta Zeta

March 31, 2021 Written by: Natalie Chan, Pi Omega (Johnson & Wales University, Rhode Island) Moving 2,651 miles in 2018 to a state I have never been to before was scary to say the least. I’m from a small town in Northern California which teens in the area refer to as “The Bubble.” A bubble…

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Member Spotlight: Morgan Bonekovic

February 26, 2021 As Black History Month comes to a close it is important to remember celebrating Black culture isn’t limited to the 28 (or 29) days set aside every year on the calendar. As Delta Zetas we celebrate the uniqueness and diversity of all our members 365 days of the year. Alumna and past…

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Member Spotlight: Danielle Levien

February 18, 2021 She fought for recognition and acceptance on campus, and persevered until she was taken seriously. At times, she wished that she had joined a more established chapter, but her valuable work as a founding sister made every hardship worth it. Danielle Levien’s, Pi Theta-Rollins (FL), story is one of passion, hard work,…

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Finding Love and Acceptance Among Sisters

February 12, 2021 Written by: Nicole Mina, Iota Psi, University of Texas/Arlington I was born in Colombia and moved to the United States at the age of five. Growing up, I really struggled fitting in as an Afro-Latina. To some people I was “Black” and to others I was just “Hispanic.” I would always hide…

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Member Spotlight: Ashlee Ammons

February 4, 2021 Black History Month has been celebrated in February since 1976. As we take time to reflect this month, we had a chance to chat with Ashlee Ammons, Gamma Alpha-Baldwin Wallace (OH), about not only her experience as a Delta Zeta but also about Black History Month. In 2018, Ashlee was named as…

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Giving Graciously to My Sisters

January 22, 2021 Written by: Raenee Patterson, Delta Omega – Fort Hays State University   I grew up listening to my mom and aunt tell stories about their time as Delta Zetas. I remember them running into their sorority sisters at events when I was in high school, and having to drive by the house…

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Giving Graciously During a Pandemic

Join Philanthropy Intern Tahlia Amos as she shares how we can all safely make a difference in our communities during the holiday season, as well as the upcoming spring semester! Click on the video below to watch!

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Love that is Ever Steadfast

November 16, 2020 Written by: Gema Sanchez, Pi Xi – University of Central Florida  I wouldn’t call my college experience typical. When I graduated from high school in Miami, FL, I simultaneously received my Associates degree. Wanting to experience life outside of Miami, I knew that Orlando was where I wanted to spend my last two years as…

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The Path to Lifelong Friends 

October 6, 2020 By Julianne Llerena, Alpha Upsilon – University of Maine I’ve always struggled to make friends. Nervous I’ll say the wrong thing and everyone will hate me. As much as I know this isn’t true, I can’t let the feeling go. Often I am told I am “too quiet” or “I don’t talk…

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Florida State’s New Member DZ Journey

September 26, 2020 Spring recruitment at Florida State University is commonly more laidback than fall formal recruitment. There are also typically less women recruiting in the spring, so the new member classes are not as large compared to the fall pledge classes. This year twenty-one women found their new home at the Alpha Sigma Chapter. Spring classes are…

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A Celebration of Delta Zeta Friendship

September 14, 2020 By Rosemary Osborn Hummel, Theta-Ohio State  There we are –celebrating 60 years of friendship. If that’s not something worth celebrating, I don’t know what is! In 1959, Judy Zimmerman was pledging Delta Zeta at The Ohio State University and we lived in the same dorm. We participated in dorm activities such as…

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Empowered to be Me

August 20, 2020 by Katie Mitchell, Kappa Beta – Northern Kentucky University Growing up in a small town in Kentucky, I was the cry-baby in the class. Being “too emotional” or “too talkative,” I was told I was “too much”. When I moved away to go to college, it was a new beginning for me…

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With Challenge Comes Growth and Opportunity

July 6, 2020 by Mallory Golski, Omicron Gamma-Ohio University When I asked myself on March 26, 2017, if the month of March could’ve gotten any worse, I wasn’t issuing a challenge to my future self. In fact, if you had told me that three years later, I’d be spending that same date sitting on the…

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Featured House: Alpha Beta – University of Illinois House

New Location Brings New Opportunities  Read full article in THE LAMP Winter 2019 By: Sophia Morano, Alpha Beta–Illinois  On August 17, 2019, 50 members of the Alpha Beta Chapter at the University of Illinois arrived back on campus with a new home awaiting them. Construction and decoration of their new space concluded only the previous day, and anticipation of the house and all its surprises had been building in members for over a…

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Belonging

She didn’t know how she’d get through, but they were her way back.

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Generosity

Working together makes an impact when giving of themselves.

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Empowerment

They were changing my life before we ever met. They were empowering me.

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Community

Taking care of the needs in her community, one person at a time.

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Curiosity

Can one woman’s leap of faith help others land on stage?

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Friendship

It’s the sort of friendship that says ‘you belong here, you can do this.’

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Belonging to Myself

June 18, 2020 by Manasi Anbarasan, Pi Sigma-Texas/Dallas I have always been proud of my ability to adapt. Moving to the United States from India at age 7 pushed me into a transformation I could’ve never anticipated. It had cemented a need at my core to be accepted by those around me at any cost.…

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The Truly Episode 8

We know that things are challenging right now and in a sense it doesn’t feel fair, but we are continuing to move forward. In this episode of The Truly, Ally Tack, Director of Chapter Services, and special guest, Glynnis Carter, Chapter President for our Kappa Xi Chapter at Duquesne University, talk about how to continue…

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Curiosity – Trying New Things

Whether you are a new member or receiving your golden rose our shared value of curiosity can lead you to try new things at any age. Don’t be scared or shy away from trying something new. Allow yourself a safe space to both succeed and fail remembering not every “failure” is actually a failure.  Many…

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The Truly Episode 7: Be You

Some of us are graduating and wondering how to take our next step. Others of us may be thinking about life after COVID-19 and how we might embrace change. Dr. Leah Georges joins us for a live chat sharing some ideas on making choices and moving forward. Click on the video below to watch this week’s…

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The Truly: Special Edition

Many graduating seniors are feeling a bit uneasy as they begin looking to their future during the uncertain times of a recession. While the COVID-19 pandemic may be unprecedented, these economic conditions are not, and there are still possibilities and dreams to be realized. Women like us have been down this path before, and not…

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We Have A Heart . . . . for Hearing and Speech

Today, May 5, is Delta Zeta’s annual Heart for Hearing and Speech Day, a day devoted to raising both awareness and funds for our national philanthropy, hearing and speech. Did you know that hearing loss affects more than 48 million Americans?  And, because of our commitment, Delta Zeta is poised to make a difference in…

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The Truly Episode 5: Generosity

Through conversations we’re learning a lot about how our shared values are being lived during this health pandemic. For example, in our Creed we say, “To give graciously of what is mine.” It’s easy to think of that in terms of finances, but generosity is so much more than that. In this episode of The…

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Six (Plus One) Study Tips for Virtual Learning

Making the shift from an on-campus environment to a remote learning setting is not always easy. Not only are you having to learn in a new way, but you are also having to socialize in a new way. Thankfully our strong bonds of sisterhood help make socializing a bit easier! For those still adapting to…

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The Truly Episode 4: Learning and Study Habits

In our Creed we say, “TO MY MIND GROWTH.” We’re lifelong learners and curious about the world around us. Now we’re growing in ways we may not have envisioned. That’s learning. Learning new technologies, maybe learning to negotiate access to a family computer or getting to our zoom lectures when maybe a younger sibling is…

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Generosity Around the Globe

Delta Zeta members have always felt the need to give graciously and probably do more so in these challenging times. In the most recent episode of The Truly, Ally Tack, Director of Chapter Services invited Abbie Rees, Director of Community Relations and Philanthropy, to give more insight into how we can make a difference as…

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The Truly Episode 3: Community

As Delta Zetas we are part of a Global Community, we’re citizens of the world, and as sisters we have many shared values and experiences. Currently we are all having a new shared experience with the COVID-19 pandemic. It has made us all aware of just how much we have in common and how much…

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Walk Truly in the Light of the Flame

Women may have joined Delta Zeta during their collegiate years for a variety of reasons, and, regardless of how different their experiences were, they are much more similar than they know. As they all recite the Creed weekly before every chapter meeting, Delta Zeta members remind themselves to “walk truly in the light of the…

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The Truly Episode 2: Staying Connected

During this time of social distancing staying connected to one another is more important than ever. Our connections with our sisters are something we all value and will help us during these uncertain times. In this episode, Ally Tack, Director of Chapter Services with Delta Zeta Sorority, talks about different ways we can all keep…

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I’m graduating… now what?

Staying involved with Delta Zeta after graduation can look different for many members. It doesn’t always mean volunteering to work with a collegiate chapter as an advisor or CCD.  Staying engaged with Delta Zeta means staying connected with the women who we built bonds with during our collegiate years while continuing to represent our shared…

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The Truly Episode 1: Appreciation

In our Creed, we promise appreciation. In this episode, Ally Tack, Director of Chapter Services with Delta Zeta Sorority, recites the Creed with our live audience and explores how we show appreciation to our friends and others. Share your thoughts with us below! EPISODE 1_Creed_Appreciation_TRANSCRIPT Right-click on the image to download today’s GO phone screen…

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Welcome to The Truly!

This is where we talk about friendship, show-and-tell the world how our values work in real life, and share the stories of empowered Delta Zeta women. Many of our conversations will start with topics featured on our IGTV series, The Truly. And, there will be others. Where it goes from there depends on what we…

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Delta Zeta Announces Staff Updates

October 29, 2019 Delta Zeta National Headquarters is proud to support and work in partnership with our volunteer leaders. And, to fulfill our goals of growth, engagement and advancing organizational efficiencies, we are excited to announce the following staff appointments: Sarah C. McCracken, Alpha Alpha – Northwestern (IL), has been appointed as Chief Strategic Officer.…

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2019 ANNUAL AWARDS

RITUAL ANNUAL AWARD OUTSTANDING RITUAL EVENT OR CELEBRATION Award-Winning Chapter: Kappa Alpha Chapter, Nicholls State University Honorable Mention: Pi Epsilon Chapter, Clemson University Beta Delta Chapter, University of South Carolina Delta Delta Chapter, Georgia State University   SISTERHOOD ANNUAL AWARD OUTSTANDING SISTERHOOD EVENT OR CELEBRATION Award-Winning Chapter: Gamma Delta Chapter, Pennsylvania State University Honorable Mention:…

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