"There's a special kind of freedom sisters enjoy. Freedom to share innermost thoughts, to ask a favor, to show their true feelings. The freedom to simply be themselves."

My pledge class on Bid Day 2002.
My pledge class on Bid Day 2002 anxiously awaiting our new sisters.

Chi Omega was founded in 1895 at the University of Arkansas. Since then it has grown to become the nation's largest sorority.

I don't think I would've made it in college if it wasn't for Chi Omega. It's amazing how much these women have had an impact on me. Through the good, the bad and the ugly- I have made so many memories, and I look forward to all memories yet to come.

My Sandblast Team, Sigma Chi, at our philanthropy.
With my team at Sandblast, our philanthropy.

Chi Omega's national philanthropy is the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Every year, we have a sand volleyball tournament to raise money for Make-A-Wish. This year I helped coach Sigma Chi at the tournament. Although we didn't win (and it was incredibly hot) it was still really fun.
Guess Who social with Pike during Homecoming 2002.
Charlie's Angels watching out for Tiger Woods and the Statue of Liberty at our Guess Who social with Pike during Homecoming 2002.

Some of the best times I have had being in Chi Omega are getting ready for the socials and date functions. It is so much fun going to Wal-Mart with a group of six girls and picking out fun things to wear. It's a wonder what you can do with one yard of fabric! I think the best costume I've created was the Statue of Liberty one for our Guess Who social with Pike. I made the torch out of a paper towel roll and a plastic cup, the hairpiece out of a headband and cardboard triangles and the actual costume out of really cheap fabric.

Welcome to the Jungle social with Theta Chi
Welcome to the Jungle social with Theta Chi.

My Chi Omega family.
My little sister, Whitney, and me at our holiday party in December.

My Chi Omega family (consisting of my little, Whitney, my big sister, Sarah, and my grand big sister, Chris) is very special to me. It's a tradition for little sisters to make their bigs a paddle for Christmas. I think my paddle was the coolest one there-she designed it to look like my future residence, New York City!

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