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Posted On: Thursday, October 6, 2011 09:52 PM, by Lindsey Witt
With some of Oregon's Panhellenic Recruitment Team on Bid Day!
This week starts the recruitment process for Kappa Alpha Theta at the University of Oregon. Stacey and I are so excited to table at the student union, host information sessions, and speak with interested women about Kappa Alpha Theta. We are really enjoying our time in Eugene, Oregon and are grateful to be at such an amazing campus.

From the day we arrived in Eugene almost a month ago, we have felt welcomed and supported by the Panhellenic community. We met the Panhellenic Recruitment Team on our first day in town, and have truly enjoyed working with them since then. The women on this team have included us in all aspects of recruitment and made sure that we felt a sense of belonging right from the start. We also had the opportunity to meet with the recruitment counselors and getting to know them during the recruitment process has been great! They have had nothing but encouraging words to say to us each time we see them.

When we form our first new member class of Alpha Xi, we are excited for the women to have a 'Panhellenic Pal', which will be similar to a big sis. Stacey and I are thrilled because we have already had so many Panhellenic women ask to be a big sis to one of our women.

It makes me so happy that the Greek community has shown their support in so many ways already - and we have yet to get our new members! Being part of this Panhellenic sisterhood is inspiring and reminds me of the "bigger picture" of being Greek. Not only does being a Theta allow you to have so many Theta sisters, but it enables you to establish connections with so many people from other Greek organizations. I am so excited to witness Alpha Xi re-join the Greek community here and for our women to build to those Panhellenic relationships!

Go Ducks, Go Theta!


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