Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority turns 93 today. I have been in her history only nine years, but feel like I have known her forever.
The thing about a family of sisters is that there is often laughter, sometimes tears, and there are always ups and downs.
DPhiE gave me a home away from home and a second family. There are women I will call sisters for life and I have a sorority to thank for that.
I didn't pledge sisterhood for university -- I pledged a lifelong commitment. I am proud to wear my letter nearly a decade after first being pinned.
Esse Quam Videri, ladies. Be rather than to seem to be. Be D Phi E. Be you.