Greek Week 2014
Despite injuring her ACL last semester, Devyn has still managed to be an awesome sister this semester and remain very active in the chapter. One sister says that she is “one of the most hilarious people I’ve ever met, and she never fails to make me laugh (both in person and with all of her Facebook shenanigans). She absolutely represents some of the best qualities of AOII sisters—she’s loyal, kind, always friendly when you see her on campus, supportive, intelligent, creative, and overall just a really fun and amazing person to be around. She inspires me to be a better sister!” Thanks Devyn for being such a fantastic sister!
Emily has a busy schedule as an electrical engineering major and a Strong Women Strong Girls mentor, but still finds time to be an amazing sister. A sister describes her as “is incredibly smart, hardworking, compassionate, and outgoing.” Another sister says that Emily “brightens up every sisters day whenever she sees us, is incredibly studious and always supports her friends while standing strong herself.” Whether it’s being there for a sister who needs help or a sister who just needs a hug, Emily always has a sister’s back. Thanks for everything you do, Emily!
Not only is Amanda an amazing house manager, she’s also someone that sisters feel comfortable coming to with any problem. She’s always willing to help out and is extremely reliable. One sister says “Seeing her always improves my mood because she has such a friendly disposition and says funny lines out of left field which are guaranteed to make me laugh.” Thanks Amanda for all that you do!!!
Besides just planning an amazing Winter Ball, Julia is also applying early admission to the Tufts Med School. Additionally, she is doing a great job as VPAD, creating a new professor of the month program as well as running study hours several times a week. While balancing all of this and an intense course load, Julia manages to be a great sister to anyone who needs her and is always there to make a sister laugh or to be a shoulder to cry on. Thanks for everything you do, Julia!
Lauren goes above and beyond to be a great sister and friend. She is always kind, helpful, and hilarious. She was described by a sister as someone who “acts like a big to me when I need help” and is always there to laugh with or talk to. When Lauren isn’t out on the courts playing for the Club Tennis team, she’s being an amazing RA in Houston Hall and working for a double major in Economics and Psychology. Thanks for being such an incredible sister, Lauren!
How has AOII impacted your life? AOII has been one of the best choices I’ve ever made in my entire life. The people I’ve met, in my own collegiate chapter (Delta) as well as across the continent have been amazing and have touched my life so dearly.
What’s your favorite part of being involved in the alumnae chapter? I love being part of the alumnae chapter and being able to meet and support sisters from all over. We get together for volunteering in the community, helping Delta chapter, and even to just grab drinks after work, and its so much fun!
What is your favorite AOII memory? My favorite AOII memory was my initiation. Hearing the words of our ritual for the first time moved me to tears and confirmed everything I knew before - AOII was my home. Second favorite? Traveling with my sisters! My junior year spring break 11 of us met up in Paris and spent almost an entire week together! It was wonderful!
We could not be more excited to welcome our new members to Sweet Home AOII!