What a weekend it has been!
Friday, we had our wonderful Pig Roast with Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity, which was a great success! Many fellow Capital students came out to eat, play corn hole, and mingle - not to mention the sun even came and graciously presented us with a 60 degree day!
Friday evening, we had a fun time at Lazer Kraze with the men of Kappa Sigma Fraternity! Although there was a tough fight, the Red Team came out victorious throughout the three games. Maybe next time, Blue Team!
Today, we finished our elections for the 2013 Fall semester, woohoo! We are so excited to have such a wonderful Team Excellence going into next semester.
We also held our Senior to Alum ritual today, which is bittersweet for all of us. Today, we had the last woman from the initial eight of the interest group become an alum, as well as other founding members and members of our Alpha through Gamma classes. Where has the time gone? Although tears were shed, smiles were shining and we could feel the sisterhood. Just as our blog title says, it’s not four years, it’s for life! Not goodbye, but see you again soon. Once you’ve entered into the sisterhood of Delta Phi Epsilon, you will forever be a sister of ours.
To celebrate our seniors, we have a special post from Meghan Hager tonight. Although Meghan joined our sisterhood this past fall, she has made a huge impact on our organization. So glad you chose to become a sister as a senior, Meghan! Read Meghan’s post below!
I can’t believe this year is coming to a close so quickly already! Though I just joined this past fall, I feel as though I’ve been with D Phi E for a lot longer. I never even imagined my sisters would change my life the way they have. I’ve grown so much as a person thanks to everyone in D Phi E. I wish I would have rushed sooner, but this is the first year that my schedule allowed it. I’m glad I was given a chance to be a part of such an amazing group of women. Just a few short months ago, during big-little reveal, I got my big, who is also graduating with me, and my twin, who has become my best friend. I don’t know what I would do without either of them anymore and I couldn’t be more thankful for every opportunity I’ve been give. I know it’s not four years, it’s for life, but it’s going to be so different when I don’t see these beautiful women in D Phi E every day.
Such a heartfelt post. We love our seniors in every way, wherever they may go!
To finish up today’s post, we have a wonderful video devoted to our senior sisters and senior Deepher Dudes! Check it out with the link below!