Posts Categorized: Collegiate

Delta Chapter Gives Back

Photo Credit: Mamie Lue Small On Saturday, April 26th, the lovely ladies of Gamma Eta’s Delta Chapter decided to take a break from their studying and give back to their community. The ladies volunteered at the local soup kitchen called St. Francis Soup Kitchen. Their experience touched them emotionally and also enjoyed helping those in need…. Read more »

Just Dance!: UF Dance Marathon

Dance Marathon Gamma Etas at University of Florida

The UF Dance Marathon: the chance to be able to dance for a significant cause. For the 19 years of their existence, the company raised more than $6.4 million in donations for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at Shands Hospital for Children at UF. Many of our lovely Alpha Chapter sisters have participated and continue to… Read more »

Pot O’ Gold For Poverty

Gamma Eta Sorority, Inc. Epsilon Colony

Gamma Eta’s Epsilon Colony, located at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, recently held a philanthropy project in the light of St. Patrick’s Day. The chapter’s local philanthropy is Prevention of Poverty, or what they craftily call POP!, and they also work side by side with The Community Service Clearing House and The Next… Read more »

NEC Spotlight: Xong Lor, National Vice President

Xong Lor, National Vice President 2014-2015

Xong Lor grew up in Saint Paul, Minnesota and moved to Arkansas in 2004. Despite being a first generation college student, Xong quickly learned the ropes and became Vice President of the Hmong Student Organization at the University of Arkansas. It was her leadership experience in this position that eventually led her to Gamma Eta… Read more »

NEC Spotlight: Marissa Loterina, National Director of Region 1

Marissa Loterina, Zeta Colony Founder

Marissa Loterina began her Gamma Eta experience in Fall of 2009, founding Zeta Colony at the University of Georgia. While pursuing her degree in International Affairs and Sociology with a minor in Spanish, she interned at EMILY’s List and the Office of Presidential Correspondence at the White House, located in Washington, DC. She also studied… Read more »

Gamma Eta Week 2014: Bleed Purple and Teal

Power of Diversity in the University of Arkansas Student Union

It’s a very little known fact, but Gamma Etas do indeed bleed purple and teal. Gamma Chapter at the University of Arkansas made believers out of naysayers with their week of Gamma Eta celebration, showcasing their passion and dedication to the sisterhood. Even in comparison to the multiculturalism of the national sisterhood, Gamma Chapter is… Read more »

Spotted: Maia Faulk

This week’s spotlight is on  Beta Chapter’s sister, Maia Faulk. As a criminal justice/social welfare graduate, this hardworking sunflower was asked a few questions in order for the whole sisterhood to be acquainted with her in a more personal matter. Q. Why did you choose Gamma Eta Sorority, Inc.? A. I chose Gamma Eta because I… Read more »