So much of college revolves around much more than what we initially think. As an incoming freshman, you worry about things you realize later become small matters. You worry about making friends, dining hall food, finding your classes, declaring a major. Being a senior with an impending graduation, I look back at all those little … More Internship Spotlight: Finding My Way To Sesame Street
After a long month of completing our new member education process we finally welcomed home our newest class, Gamma Xi. We are excited to see for whats to come for all of you. We like to congratulate all 14 beautiful woman & know you will be doing great things for Phi Sigma Sigma. Welcome home!
Throughout a new member education process the Sisterhood Development Chair (SDC) holds a special relationship with the new member as she is a teacher, guide & mentor. SDC Devin Kilcullen, did exactly that for our new members of Gamma Xi! “Dev, I want to thank you for being such an amazing role model to me … More Gamma Xi Thanks Devin Kilcullen!
Hi my name is Jules & I am apart of the Gamma Nu new member education class! Coming from a large family, going away to college I knew I wanted to keep and find a connection with a group of people who gave me strength, support, love, courage and motivation and joining Phi Sigma Sigma … More New Member Spotlight: Jules Ruggerio
Phi Sigma Sigma is all about sisterhood, scholarship, and service. Being a part of a sisterhood has changed me so much, and even more so after receiving my Little, Jill! For me, being a Big was something that I was so nervous about! It’s so crazy to think you are a role model to someone. … More Big and Little Spotlight
Here are a few words from our sister, Lauren Czerniewski, on her mission trip to Zambia, Africa. “Twalumba,” a word that translates to thank you but, means so much more. I was blessed this Summer to have been able to go on a mission trip to Zambia, Africa. This is where I learned the true … More Mission Trip Spotlight: Zambia
Relay for Life is something I hold close to my heart and each year I try to do my part to help raise money and awareness for the American Cancer Society. Whether you’re 5, 20, 78 or 100 there is no right or wrong way to learn about cancer. Cancer is a word, a disease, … More Relay for Life: My Story, Meghan Lee