Delta Gamma

Thoughts from Current Sisters

 

Sami Sorid Pledge Class 2019 

"I’m Sami and I’m a junior psychology major and management minor. I joined DG last fall and truly feel that it has brought so much good into my life - amazing friends, sisterhood, and service. Although we have been distanced from campus, the powerful friendships and connections that I have formed through DG have stuck with me.
Outside of DG, I do my best to spread the message that mental health matters. I am able to bring this passion of mine to the role of Director of DG Dialogues where I have been able to facilitate conversations about mental health as well as other important topics. On top of this, I can confidently say that DG has positively played a role in my own mental health while on campus (and at home) enormously. I can always count on my sisters to check up on me even from many miles away, and I know that we will always be there for each other through anything. Pictured here are some memories that I will hold onto forever (and I can’t wait to make more)”

Julia Carlson President 2019

“Just as I’ve evolved these last four years so has the role Delta Gamma has played in my life. It started as a group of women that made the campus feel just a little smaller. It quickly became a comfortable home to grow and learn. Then the opportunity of leadership allowed me to see in a new light, the many sides and needs of our chapter, school, and community; bringing a deeper appreciation for the organization than I thought possible. Thank you to all my DG sisters for helping shape me in to who I am today. I am grateful for you all!”

 

Erica Wu Pledge Class 2019

“I remember the first time I sat on the DG porch last year. The sun was setting after a long day of open house, I was drained but still buzzing from having met so many people that day, and DG was the last house on my open house schedule, so I was honestly waiting for the day to end so I could go to bed. But I was so presently surprised by how comfortable I immediately felt sitting on that porch talking to girls who matched my outgoing but caring energy. DG was different because they somehow made me feel like I was already a part of their family, even though it was the first time I was talking to them. I felt like I had known them for years in just a matter of minutes since we were able to so easily talk about anything and everything. We bonded over Euphoria makeup, matching scars, our favorite reality TV shows, and why they were all on islands, finding weird vegetables in the sink, and basically every other random and hilarious thing we could fit into those thirty minutes. It felt like I was catching up with old friends, and the time passed so quickly. I found myself thinking about those fun conversations every night, just looking forward to when I could have them again the next day. I had the time of my life every time I talked to them, and that’s when I realized I was a DG”

 

Lindsey Call Pledge Class 2018 

“Going through recruitment my freshman year, I was definitely looking for a home. I’ve moved around quite a bit in my life and really needed a place and an organization that would feel like my home-base no matter where I was in the world. Just on that first day of open house, I met women who were utterly inspiring, empowering, wickedly intelligent, and so so welcoming. I felt a genuine sense of belonging that was simply unmatched; and I’m reminded with every family dinner, ‘3 minutes of good vibes’, and carpool karaoke with my little that I am home”

 

 

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