It’s impossible to look back at our college experience so far and exclude our time in Chi Omega. At two different places in our college careers, we can both say that Chi Omega has had a huge impact on our lives. It’s not a group of girls who call themselves “sisters” out of habit—it’s a group that has become a sisterhood through shared joys and trials. Maybe it was the personality of Chi Omega that drew us both here, but it is clear to us why we fit now. It isn’t just the time we spend dealing blackjack at our philanthropy event or the sisterhood dinners we have at Sabrina’s. The 76ers game with our sisterhood is fun, but at the end of the day, we look to these girls for support in every part of our lives. These are the girls we stay up late belting out Taylor Swift songs with, the girls we spend hours with in GSRs just because they make us laugh, and they’re the sisters who are with us when we are far from home. We hope that as you enter recruitment, you will find a sisterhood that gives you a family the way Chi Omega has for us.
Love in Chi O,
Cameron and Brigitte