Sisters By Choice
Dear Potential New Member,
I remember when I first came to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I was very excited to start a new chapter in my life and to find my own path, but I was also a little nervous. I was worried about making friends and finding a home on a campus that was three times the size of my hometown. I wanted to find those friends that people say you make in college and will never lose. A few weeks into the semester, I was put in contact with some girls from Pi Alpha Chi and I thought that I might as well just see what they had to say. At the time, I wasn't really thinking that this could turn into a four year commitment.
But, as they were showing me the pillars that they stood by and the bonds that they formed as sisters, I thought that I would give it a try. Now, I honestly can't imagine life at UNL without my sisters by my side. People have asked me for a word that I would use to describe Pi Chi, and I would choose authentic. These girls don't try to be someone they are not and are glad to just be themselves at all times. They also push me to be the best version of myself every day and are always there if I am struggling with something in my life. I know that I will be able to continue these relationships when I am no longer a student at the University, and I am happy to go through the obstacles of life with these ladies who can make me laugh when I want to cry.
My only regret is that I only have these four years as an active member instead of forever. My advice to you: find your home on campus. Have an open mind when talking to each sorority and find the one that best suits you. I found my home with Pi Alpha Chi, and I hope that you can find your home at UNL too. We can't wait to meet you!
PAX and love,
Vice President of Recruitment