Many of her sorority sisters are their mutual friends, completing her Greek-esque social circle.“[Hanging out with them] is something I’d be doing regardless,” Fitzgerald says.We represent the Zeta Pi Chapter of Gamma Phi Beta here at the PSU Altoona Campus.
“One brother said to me, ‘[The fraternity] protects its own, and you’re one of our own,’” Hatcher says.
Even after she and her fraternity beau split, she remained close friends with the boys to whom she often gave advice, baked cookies for and turned to in tough times.
Our chapter, Delta Omega, is very involved on campus. We are a smaller sorority group, but the bonds we make are forever.
When it comes to fraternity boyfriends, you don’t just date the guy; you date the entire fraternity.
Outside of our campus, we also help run a Breast Cancer 5k, as well as going canning to raise money for THON and Bounce, a Central PA Foundation.
Our sorority is filled with strong women who want to promote lifelong commitment, intellectual and personal growth and service to humanity.
Throughout each year our sorority hosts events and participates in fundraisers.
Some of our events include Zumba for THON and Breast Cancer, our "Putting On The Hits" Talent show, and 3v3 basketball tournaments; all to fundraise for great causes.
Since the beginning, the purpose of Alpha Sigma Tau has been to promote the ethical, cultural, and social development of its members.
We have two chapters at the Penn State campuses and we are currently working on getting a chapter up at main campus. The proceeds of those two events go to our philanthropy Pine Mountain Settlement School, and our national service project Habitat for Humanity.
Since its founding, over 20,000 men have become brothers of Alpha Phi Delta.