On the Phi Sigma Sigma blog, we have decided to pay tribute to alumnae and sisters past by posting some pictures and unique stories from back in the day. This week's photo is from spring rush for the Lamda class. Only six girls had been recruited at this time. When we recruited then, we only dressed in black and white. However, that has all changed with recruitment captains coming up with new styles to wear when recruiting in order to look more fresh and fun. Pictured here are Brittany Wilson, Sam Johns, Kristen Spencer, Shannon Walsh, Dana Swendiemen, Molly Anderson and Cedar Schimke. Way to dress to impress ladies! LITP!
The lovely ladies of Iota Zeta were, once again, out and about volunteering in the community! Every year, Glensheen Mansion hosts a, "Spooktacular," which is a Halloween themed event where hundreds of pumpkins are displayed around the property. Those who attend will have the opportunity to view amazingly decorated pumpkins as well as enjoy food and music. As I said before, Glensheen uses hundreds of pumpkins which is where Phi Sigma Sigma comes in. The ladies wasted no time, they immediately jumped at the chance to help a historic piece of Duluth and spend some quality time with sisters! On the grounds they carved humorous, scary and artistic designs certainly giving the Glensheen some interesting pumpkins to use in their event! Great job ladies! LITP
It's that special time of year when bigs unite with their littles for the very first time! Anyone who has participated in this unique pairing knows it is a relationship that just can't be explained in words. For the Tau and Upsilon classes, that special bond began last night, while for others, it was another amazing little to invite to their growing sapphire families. Just outside of Darland, our amazing Sapphire chair, Allison Pope, and our Sisterhood Development chair, Maddie Spott, organized a big and little reveal to remember. Actives prepared bows which would reveal the pairings. A mad dash quickly ensued followed by screams of joy as sisters were united and gifts of welcome were dispersed. Congrats Iota Zeta! LITP
The lovely ladies of our chapter, Iota Zeta, couldn't help but participate in the many festivities of homecoming! This year, we were in the parade where, among the many floats of other organizations, we did not go unnoticed. Our chants and cheers rang as we traveled down the streets in our gorgeous float. But we didn't stop there. The annual Greek Life chariot races couldn't keep us away either. When the clock struck noon, our uniquely designed chariot was off and running! Although we didn't win (a super close second), our enthusiasm clearly showed through. LITP
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