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Haunted ADPi House Stories That’ll Have You Spooked!

October 31st, 2019 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Hannah Peterson, Multimedia Marketing Coordinator We asked our sisters to share spooky experiences from living in their ADPi houses/facilities and they delivered. Here are the creepiest stories… Epsilon Zeta

Why I Chose to Run for Panhellenic President

April 29th, 2019 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Jane Stock, Eta Omicron – Western Connecticut State University  There are decisions in our lives that are arduous and require lots of contemplation, and there are decisions which come

ADPis in D.C.

April 8th, 2019 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

This week, several sisters will be in Washington D.C. to represent Alpha Delta Pi in the Fraternal Government Relations Coalition (FGRC) and lobby Congress on Capitol Hill. Their #1 priority

Tell Us Your Stories!

February 25th, 2019 / alphadeltapiblog / 1 comment

by Beth Wright, Gamma Phi – East Tennessee State University Alpha Delta Pi is full of accomplished women. From our very founding, our members have been forging paths on their

Alpha Delta Pi Defined Me as a Leader

September 10th, 2018 / alphadeltapiblog / 1 comment

Leadership comes in many different shapes and experiences. If you asked 100 women what their definition of leadership is, you probably wouldn’t hear the same definition twice. I can personally

Membership is Leadership

June 27th, 2018 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

By Morgan Swearingen, Zeta Zeta – Augusta University When I joined Alpha Delta Pi, I never quite realized the impact this organization would have on me. From knowing some of

Make Connections this Summer

April 30th, 2018 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Megan Stroup Tristao, Alpha Gamma – Mizzou I was initiated into Alpha Delta Pi in the fall of 2009, and less than a year later, I attended IMPACT ADPi

Want to Know More About Our Canadian Sisters?

March 5th, 2018 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

Morgan Van Deynze, Beta Theta – University of Manitoba, tells us about her most frequently asked questions while attending DLC. So, if you’ve ever wanted to know more about our

Being an EO Intern Sparked My Involvement as an Alumna

February 19th, 2018 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Erin Flanagan Killingsworth, Epsilon Psi, Panhellenic Relations Director District II and Chair I had the opportunity to serve as an Executive Office Intern in 2007, the summer before my

5 Things to Look Forward to During DLC!

February 15th, 2018 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Angelle Dartez, Theta Phi – University of Louisiana, Lafayette Last year I went to DLC and had a blast, and since then I could not wait to go again.