Rachael Nissim

Sisters of Theta Phi Alpha at Meet the Greeks

By Lamesha Green (Whetstone Staff Writer)

Greek Life sororities can offer a home to nearly anyone.

During this year’s spring recruitment week at Wesley College both the Theta Phi Alpha and Delta Phi Epsilon sororities welcomed potential female members to come out and join a lifelong sisterhood bond.

“You don’t necessarily have to be open to join Theta Phi Alpha,” said senior nursing major Beth Angelucci. “We take them all.”

Symbolizing a sorority that gets deeply involved on campus, new members have to be willing to lend a helping hand, Angelucci said.

“During the recruitment process we look for new potential members that want to get involved more on campus,” Angelucci said. We do a lot of activities dealing with the homeless, breast cancer, children and families, and 9-ll victims.”

They have no intention of letting anything stop them now since they were recently released off of a yearlong probation period on Jan 16.

Each night of spring recruitment week has a different theme.

“This year each night had a different aspect of a sport,” said junior nursing major Ann Wright.

“Our Philanthropy is what makes us so different from the other sororities,” Wright said. “But specifically what Theta Phi Alpha symbolizes is a quality of sisterhood trust.”

Delta Phi Epsilon was also an alternate option in joining a sorority during spring recruitment week.