Sisterhood

sis·ter·hood

noun

  1. the relationship between sisters.

  2. an association, society, or community of women linked by a common interest, religion, or trade.

Letter From the Sisterhood Chairwoman 

Gamma Phi has given me a place to call home and feel comfortable. Within the walls of the house I met my best friend. I came to Gamma Phi looking for a sense of belonging and to find a constant in my life. I wanted to find a group of women that pushed each other to be there best all while making memories. I found that in Gamma Phi. 

From baked bear runs with endless sprinkles, to crazy study hours in the library ending with spontaneous trips to see each other over our extended summer, the memories are endless. Sisterhood is a true and constant support that I know will always be there for me no matter what. 

 

Gamma Phi is the foundation of Love, Labor, Learning and Loyalty. It is where we build strong girls and inspire the highest type of womanhood. In this house we embrace our differences while celebrating individuality. I knew I wanted to be a Gamma Phi Beta when I looked around the room and saw the love each sister shared for one another.

 

Gamma Phi Beta’s are True and Constant women. You find support systems you didn’t know you needed, people you didn't know you wanted, and qualities in yourself you didn’t know existed.

Together we build each other up, together we are Gamma Phi Beta. 

To the moon & back,

Kate Stinson

Sisterhood Chairwoman