Collegiate Chapter

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    Kalea Trudeau

    President, Spring 2023

     

    My name is Kalea (“Kale”) Trudeau, and I am the lucky girl who gets to serve as Delta’s spring 2023 President. I’m so thrilled to be working with a wonderful Executive Team and Active Circle to end our year in the best way possible.


    In the fall of 2022, we brought in a stunning New Member Class of 13. We tied for the biggest class size, which was thrilling for many reasons, but most importantly because we got to invite the highest quality of women into our sisterhood. We tested a new process for selecting Littles, which worked wonderfully, and we formed fantastic bonds with one another. Our Actives are truly dedicated to Delta and they spend every day trying to make Delta the greatest that it can be. We have girls on Greek Council, athletic teams, several honor societies, community service clubs and more. These women bring so much to the table. We have faced every challenge as a team, and I believe our circle is more connected and happier than it has ever been.

     

    Over winter break, I met with all of the new Executive Officers and several Non-Exec Officers to discuss their positions and ideas for this semester. We have so many new things to implement to improve our sisterhood, while remaining extremely dedicated to our cherished traditions. Our overarching theme is definitely “support.” It is my goal to prioritize supporting each other and creating genuine care and friendships that can overcome any obstacle. With a team of 27 lovely on campus actives, and 3 sisters abroad, I am confident we will be able to create a positive environment that is ideal for success. While Greek Life numbers at Redlands have been declining, Delta is in an extremely strong position and we are set up for excellence. We have a beautiful bond that I believe will truly shine during rush this semester, and I am extremely hopeful for the future.


    This spring I hope to build on the wonderful foundation that my predecessor Brooke-lynn
    Thomas left me. I am so thankful for the example she has set for me, as well as those who have come before us. I am truly so blessed to have been able to watch four presidents serve during my time in Delta, and I think about those who came even earlier very often. I hope that my leadership inspires many women to love Delta just as much as I do. This circle of women is ready to make everyone proud. I can’t wait to see what this semester has in store for us!

     

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     The D is for DELTA: Graduation Edition

    by Liran Koropitzer '19 in Honor of the Class of 2020

     

    D is for dreams, the things that will keep you going. Check off this one today and never stop your list from growing. You’ve accomplished so much to get where you are today, as the years stretch on, the pride will stay. 

     

    E is for Excitement. Your journeys have just begun. If you thought undergrad was great, just wait for all the adulting fun. The next decade before you will be one of growth and adventure, at least for the next few months you’re off the hook from online lecture.   

     

    L is for legacy, something I have no doubt that each and every one of you have made, at least I’d sure hope so after everything you’ve paid. Your time as an undergrad may have come to an end, but life is full of joys and surprises just waiting around the next bend. 

     

    T is for Tenacity. A trait each of you exude, I’m sure if someone had predicted this day, you’d laugh in their face and say “ya, right dude”.  If these events have shown us anything it’s your immense strength, no matter what knocks you down, you’ll keep on fighting and go to any length. 

     

    A is for alumni, which you now officially are. As you can see your Delta sisters have gathered together from near and far. No matter where your journey takes you next, know you’ll always have a friend, and to be completely honest, that’s what matters most in the end.