I never imagined that I’d join a sorority, mostly because they tend to get a bad rap in the media, but I’ve met some of the most dynamic, multidimensional young women through my sorority, Delta Phi Epsilon. Thank you to Adri, Jenelle, Vane, AJ, and Yari for modeling, and for exemplifying what it means to be a sister of DPhiE.
“The conversations are real. Nothing about it is forced or fake.” —Adri
“Growing up wasn’t so easy for me. Having a broken family made me crave a sisterhood I could be a part of, for support.” —Vane
“Sisterhood, to me, is knowing that no matter what happens, you have someone to fall back on. It’s also recognizing that you need to provide that same support for someone else.” —Adri
“It’s very easy to not care about anything and just go through the motions. DPhiE has taught me how to care.” —Adri
“DPhiE hasn’t really changed me, but it has brought out the best in my abilities. I’ve learned to stand for what I believe in.” —Yari
“From the very beginning, I was able to be myself.” —Jenelle