When You Don’t Really See What the Mirror Shows You

November 10th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 2 comments

By: Kate Stafford, Beta Kappa – University of British Columbia President “Your face is so symmetrical!” “Look at how slim she is…” “Her skin glows like porcelain.” This is how

Reunions Are Therapeutic

November 8th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 1 comment

by Brenda Wilson, Alpha Eta
There are Alpha Delta Pi Sorority reunions and then there are ADPi reunions. If you are blessed to attend the latter, ADPi reunions are always therapeutic.

5 Biggest Benefits of Studying Abroad

November 6th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Lisa Griffin, Guest Blogger

Does Your Daughter Want to #BeAnLC?

October 25th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 1 comment

by Brett Peterson

What do Diamond Days Mean to You?

October 19th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 2 comments

Grand Council member, Amanda Sloan reflects on her Diamond Days and what she thinks about this time every year.

It’s More Than a Ritual, It’s a Way of Life

October 10th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Stacey Halberg, Gamma Iota

Empowered Women Empower Women

October 10th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

ADPi alumna, Christina Lombardi, contributes to the creation of a new platform, the void, with the purpose to help and inspire women. 

A Happy Happenstance

September 27th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 2 comments

Jennifer McGhee Siler, International Vice President of Communications, shares when she knew ADPi was her path through life after first not knowing anything about sororities. When did you decide ADPi

I am a Statistic

September 25th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

Edan Lambert, a member of our Pi chapter at Iowa State University, donated her stem cells to a patient in need. She tells us what it was like to be the match and how it felt to give a woman a second chance at life. 

You Don’t Have to be a Volunteer to Stay Involved

September 14th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 1 comment

UCLA alumna Amy Croushore tells us her post-grad ADPi story. She explains how alumnae can stay involved and feel connected without having a volunteer position – imagine that!