Delta Gamma, a national women's fraternity with 147
collegiate chapters and 228 alumnae groups, offers to women of all ages
a rich heritage based
on principles of personal integrity, personal responsibility and
intellectual honesty. Its primary purpose is to foster high ideals of
friendship, promote educational and cultural interests, create a true
sense of social responsibility and develop the finest qualities of
character. Having been founded in 1898, Theta Chapter at Indiana
University is one of the
Fraternity's oldest and strongest chapters. Visit our national
fraternity web site to learn
more about Delta Gamma. While there, look at fast
facts about Delta Gamma.
Mar. 16-23 - Spring Break
Apr. 6 - Founders Day Brunch
Apr. 25 - Women's Little 500
May 5-9 - Final Exams
New members accept DG bids
Panhellenic Recruitment ended with 49 women accepting DG bids. See list.
Chapter mourns an alumna
With the death of Patricia Peterson Danielson, intiated into Theta Chapter of Delta Gamma in 1942, the chapter has lost its most prominent and caring alumna. Her obituary reflects her loyalty and the honor she has brought to Delta Gamma.
DG wins top Greek award
The DG chapter won the award for Intellectual Development Excellence at the Greek Assessment and Awards convocation this Spring. It was the winner among Panhellenic chapters. The chapter was also recognized last year for Intellectual Development.
Class Standing: Sophomore
Chapter office: Director of Social Events
Hometown: Indianapolis, IN
Major: Human Development
Fun Fact: I have been riding horses since I was 6 years old!
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Page last updated: March 09, 2014