To our seniors...
Updated: Jun 2, 2020
As you come into your last few days as an undergrad, they probably look quite different than you expected. Although your senior year was cut short, the impact that you have left on this chapter will carry on for many years to come.
When you joined Alpha Chi Omega, you might not have known where it would take you or who would soon become some of your best friends. So many amazing things have happened since then, and just this year alone we have cheered on the chiefs to a Superbowl win, watched the wildcats beat OU at the homecoming game, discovered tik tok, and of course, experienced a worldwide pandemic. Not to mention all the fun times we have had building sisterhood such as the numerous date parties, formals, philanthropy events, sisterhood retreats, and homecoming parades.
Each and every one of you have been amazing leaders for this chapter through recruitment, exec & non-exec positions, being a big, and by just being our sisters. Gamma Zeta has changed for the better due to all of the hard work and dedication you have put in these past four years. We know you’ll take the leadership qualities you have experienced into your professional life.
In your four short years here, the world has changed, you’ve grown, and now
you’re ready to start a new adventure. As you transition into an Alpha Chi Omega alum, I hope you will look back on your time in Gamma Zeta and smile. I hope it brings back fun memories from living in, late night movie marathons, the senior dance on bid night, and of course, Blizzard cookies! I hope the bond that you have felt with Alpha Chi these past years will stick with you forever through your first job, marriage, buying your first house, and all of the other milestones in your life. As being an Alpha Chi Omega isn’t for four years, it’s for life. So here’s to you, our real strong women.
Thanks for all you have done and from all of the women at Gamma Zeta,
We wish you lots of love and hope to see you soon, don’t be a stranger. :)
Megan Eberhart, Chapter President