Delta Xi Phi Days
by Michaela Boggan, Senior, Journalism
Being a member of Delta Xi Phi Multicultural Sorority Inc. has challenged my beliefs, priorities, and goals. When I decided to pledge a sorority at Chico State, I was forced to think about what I stood for, who I was, and who I wanted to be.
My decision became obvious when I encountered Delta Xi Phi, because I felt that I encompassed and strived to display the five pillars the sorority stands for: advocating the advancement of women through higher education, increasing multicultural awareness, participating in community service, establishing friendship, and enjoying the bonds of sisterhood.
As a member of this sorority, I’ve been able to define who I am. I truly believe I have become a better person because I have had numerous opportunities to develop my skills as a communicator, leader, and critical thinker. I decided to take on the challenge and became president of the sorority with hopes of attaining skills that will help me in future endeavors.
Apart from growing as an individual, I have met so many inspiring individuals within the Greek student population who strive to make a difference in the community. I am confident that the friendships and strong bonds I’ve made with all of my sisters will last a lifetime, and I feel honored to be part of an organization that is recognized across the nation.