CARROLL Sisters at Carroll University held a Blue Out Run to promote understanding and acceptance of autism. Sisters were stationed throughout the run to throw blue powdered paint at participants. Kaitlyn Braun, Carroll ’15, wrote, “Our Blue Out Run created bonds with individuals within and outside our university. Most importantly, Autism Speaks is very dear to each and every Sister in our sorority, and we wanted to promote a new event that inspired everyone to be blue for Autism Speaks.” - Kaitlyn Braun, firstname.lastname@example.org
NATIONAL PANHELLENIC CONFERENCE Ginny Carroll, Western Kentucky ’82, (left) and Past National President and Past NPC Chair Jane Sutton, Western Carolina ’75, (right) at the National Panhellenic Conference Annual Meeting this past October. Ginny was awarded NPC’s Interfraternal Partner Award for her assistance to NPC throughout the last biennium with the development and facilitation of a three-part conversation series that led to in-depth review of NPC director’s job descriptions, updating of NPC’s strategic plan and increased NPC’s focus on communication with member organization leadership.
TEXAS STATE HOUSING CORP The Delta Psi Chapter at Texas State University is gleaming with pride in their newly re-decorated chapter home that incorporates bursts of double blue and gold, pink roses, the Quill and the Crest in a modern, stylish manner. Another wall in the living space is dedicated to Texas State University traditions. The project was made possible by recent chapter successes, alumnae contributions and the local building corporation funding. - Dayton Box, email@example.com
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