75 posts tagged pledge class
Our new phis! PC ‘13! They are too cute.
FALL ‘13 bid bliss begins…. ΦM ☺
I miss my pretty pledge class!
chapter idea file ~ crafting a giant BOW instead of a pledge class paddle!
✿ ΣA SMILES ✿
yesterday at our last formal, my pledge class formed a group huddle on the stage and just hugged and sobbed about the fact that we’re graduating and leaving each other. things like this can’t be happening to US we just got here….
Delta Zeta <3 My sisters, my pledge class, and my little are beyond beautiful. I am SO PROUD to call myself a UH DZ!
new ΚΑΘs! <>~~~~
Zeta Sigma Recruitment & New Pearl class!!
goooooo ΔΔΔ ☺
After a long and tiring weekend, the Beta Delta chapter of the Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority is welcoming 37 wonderful women into our sisterhood. Our chapter took the largest pledge class of all our campus’ sororities this semester and exceeded quota by several women.
I’m so proud to be an AST—especially a Beta Delta.
of course i am going to encourage you to stay the course! not everything is perfect in a sorority from day 1. you will have different experiences along the way… good times and bad times. just like real life!
maybe some of the young girls in your pledge class are self absorbed or a little shallow, but there are all types in every group. it’s up to you to associate with the sisters you feel value you sincerely, and are of the highest caliber. there are many sisters beyond your pledge class. once you are initiated, it is much easier to assimilate into the larger group.
i encourage you to think LONG TERM. look past the silliness of today and think about all you can give to your chapter over the next 4 years. by focusing on giving, you will get so much more in return. recapture your chapter pride, think about all you can offer as an active and all the benefits of alumnae membership as well.
ask not what your chapter can do for you ~ but what you can do for your chapter!! xoxo
Theta Phi ~ Gamma Rho’s Eta class!!!
submitted by: laurenpea
FAB phi mu letters!
welcome to greek life!!
i of course say "go for it"! it would be a fabulous opportunity to meet more sisters, show your leadership abilities, enrich your pledge period, etc.. just make sure you can balance your time between your new chapter, new social life and your academics. if you can swing it, you have nothing to loose by running for office and hopefully serving!
- be sincere
- be enthusiastic
- be positive
- be level headed
- show your talent for leadership
- gracefully accept the outcome of the vote either way
xoxo sorority smiles ;))