09/12/2013 01:39 PM
BATON ROUGE – On Friday, Sept. 13, LSU’s Greek community will join Alpha Phi International
Sorority in a bid day celebration welcoming Alpha Phi’s founding new member class.
The celebration will take place at the LSU Press Building on West Lakeshore Drive
at 6 p.m. Alpha Phi and the Panhellenic Council attribute this huge success to their
seamless partnership and determination throughout the colonization process.
The Panhellenic community has been in the extension process for the last two years
and is enthusiastic about welcoming the ladies of Alpha Phi and bringing their Delta
Tau chapter back to LSU. The colonization process officially kicked off with Alpha
Phi participating in the ice water round of sorority recruitment Aug. 18-19, followed
by their formal recruitment events from Sept. 3-12.
Alpha Phi will have three Educational Leadership Consultants on campus for the next
year educating their new members about both the international sorority and the life
of a Greek woman at LSU.
Linda Boland, Alpha Phi international president, said, “Returning to LSU is such a
milestone for our organization. We have been overwhelmed by the hospitality our team
has received, and we look forward to the future of Delta Tau chapter of Alpha Phi.
“Working with Alpha Phi has been a once in a lifetime experience, and I want to thank
our Greek community for their incredible support throughout the colonization process,”
said Lauren Landry, PHC director of extension.
Congratulations to the founding member class of Delta Tau chapter of Alpha Phi International
Sorority. The Panhellenic community has an even brighter future ahead with now 11
NPC chapters, 13 sororities total, who are working together to provide a sorority
experience like no other.
About Panhellenic Council at LSU
The purpose of the Panhellenic Association is to maintain on a high plane, fraternity life and interfraternity relations within the university, further outstanding intellectual accomplishment and sound scholarship, cooperate with the college administration in the maintenance of high social standards, be the forum for the discussion of questions of interest in the university and fraternity world, compile rules governing recruitment, new member periods, and initiation on campus and create an environment of unity and fairness.
Posted on Thursday, September 12, 2013