See the Able, Not the Label

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With an unmistakable passion for helping autistic youth, Texas Eta Morgan Greco is the perfect example of patience, kindness and love. I had the opportunity to spend time with Morgan to learn where her positive energy comes from. Morgan’s younger … Read More

Fond Memories and Lifelong Commitment

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Maryland Beta Anita Tracy, a member of the New Haven, Connecticut, Alumnae Club, works in the professional world as an aerospace engineer. Her sister often comments that she is actually an “arrow-space engineer,” an apt description that combines her two … Read More

The Best Way to Find Yourself is to Lose Yourself in the Service of Others

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Through a friend in her chemistry class, Colorado Gamma Alex Wolf learned about Vida Volunteer, a service-learning program with the goal of helping future health professionals provide medical services to people in Central America. Since participating in the program would … Read More

No Matter the Letter, We’re All Greek Together

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Last month, I had the pleasure of visiting several fraternity and sorority headquarters located in Indianapolis. I enjoyed meeting new friends and talking about our shared passion for the fraternity and sorority community. And I especially enjoyed treating the staff … Read More

The Start of Something New

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In December 1980, Virginia Epsilon Ellen Showen Standish offered a young woman in her apartment complex a ride to the Virginia Tech University campus. The young woman saw Ellen’s car sticker and asked, “Are you a Pi Phi?” As a … Read More