Sisterhood Spotlight!

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We wish everyone the best of luck during recruitment! Can’t wait to meet everyone! :)

Hi, my name is Elizabeth Henley and I’m part of the Fall ’13 pledge class! My major is Retail and Consumer Science because I love fashion. I wanted to go Chi O because of the warm, welcome they gave me from the moment I walked in, with open arms! My favorite Chi O memory is my new member retreat. I loved getting to know all of my sisters; it was so exciting and fun. One fun fact about me is that my big was the first and last person I talked to during recruitment. 

I hope all of y’all going through recruitment have the time of yours lives. You’re about to start the best weekend of the rest of your life!

Sisterhood Spotlight!

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Our energetic sister, Mercedes, who always has our sisters back and dances everywhere she goes! 

Hi! My name is Mercedes McGinnis and I am a Junior here at UH. My major is education and I will be teaching 4th-8th grade Science after I graduate in December 2015. I was a member of the Cougar Dolls Dance Team for two years and during one of those years I was the Social President. During the Fall of 2013, I made the bold choice to go Greek. I knew that Chi Omega was my home because when I looked around the room I saw women that I aspired to be like. Joining Chi Omega has changed my life in so many more ways than I ever expected. I remember going through recruitment with a thousand questions and the constant feeling of butterflies in my stomach but when I walked into Chi O, all of those things flew out the window. I didn’t need to question Chi Omega; I knew that Chi O was where I was meant to be. 

Sisterhood Spotlight!

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Our beautiful sister, Rachel Sloan, who is always bubbly and happy no matter what!

My name is Rachel Sloan and I am a proud member of the Fall ’13 pledge class! I am a sophomore, Public Relations major and work for The Cougar, student newspaper, as well as being a member of the honors college here at UH. My all time favorite memory is of our sisterhood retreat this year. In my past I couldn’t have imagined 40 women in a room without someone fighting, but in Chi Omega I have learned that as long as everyone is working for one goal and cares for each other, any event can be one that is just fun! I had an amazing time getting to know my sisters better and working alongside them the whole weekend. It’s women like these that inspire me everyday to be better than I was yesterday.