Member Spotlight: Danielle Levien

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...

Finding Love and Acceptance Among Sisters

Finding Love and Acceptance Among Sisters

February 12, 2021Written 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...

Member Spotlight: Ashlee Ammons

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...

Giving Graciously to My Sisters

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...

Giving Graciously During a Pandemic

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!  

Love that is Ever Steadfast

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...

The Path to Lifelong Friends 

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”...

Florida State’s New Member DZ Journey

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...

A Celebration of Delta Zeta Friendship

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...

Empowered to be Me

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...