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October 30, 2017

Written by Melanie Garlock, a member of Sigma Kappa and the 2018 Vice President of Recruitment Counselors to the Panhellenic Council.

I was an 18-year-old girl, living in a shoe box, and I only knew a handful of people from my hometown. So, I made the choice to go throu...

October 4, 2017

Written by Bailey Smith, a member of Sigma Kappa. 

Over the past two recruitment seasons, I have had the pleasure of serving as a Gamma Chi for Panhellenic Recruitment.  It has been one of the most rewarding yet difficult experiences I have done in my college career. Fo...

September 8, 2017

Dear Kat,

It’s Bid Day, and I can still see you standing there, in Tate Grand Hall. Your heart is racing from nervousness and excitement, and you can’t even think straight as you impatiently wait to see what happens. You are praying you made the right choice.

Now, here I...

April 12, 2017

A senior's letter to the Panhellenic community of UGA, 

As my time as a UGA student is winding down, I spend almost every waking moment reminiscing on the past four years here in Athens. It is getting difficult to look at the graduation countdown as time speeds up towar...

March 22, 2017

Sandy beaches, lots of sun, and a week free of responsibilities—seems like a perfect spring break.  This year, however, ten members of Sigma Kappa chose to try something new for their week off of school. The group traveled to Sangloqui, Ecuador with the Manna Project I...

February 13, 2017

Hope. One words. Four letters. The one true thing that gets people up in the morning and through the day. When Cameron Shockey, a member of Sigma Kappa’s freshman pledge class, first came to the University of Georgia, she hoped that she would find a place on this enorm...

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