By Xiomara “LunarIx” Santana and Jessica “mae” Xi, Staff Writers

Some sisters would say that recruitment is one of the most important things to accomplish in each chapter. During recruitment, the duty of a sister is to find individuals who seek to develop themselves in multiple ways, academically, professionally and personally. The legacy of Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. depends on the current and potential new members. Teaming up both groups together, what do you get? A unique bonding experience. In this edition of “Ask a Sister,” we asked sisters to tell us about their favorite event during recruitment this fall semester.

Painting Nails

“I just liked how I was able to talk more one on one with recruits”
-Victoria Li (Iowa State University)

Snapchat Social

“We had to team up in groups and complete tasks or find certain items and Snapchat them to the point counters! It was interactive and fun.”
-Jasmine Lowe (Loyola University Chicago)


“Getting to know others on a different perspective. It was fun to see how competitive everyone was”
-Linh Phan (Loyola University Chicago)

Making Illuminati Lanterns

“It was very laid back and casual and made for a good opportunity to speak one-on-one with the potential new members.”
-Sarah Stolte (Loyola University Chicago)

Collage Night

“Being able to get to know the potentials and learn new things about the sisters.”
-Irene Kan (University of Iowa)

Volunteering for Mental Health

“Seeing sisters and potentials laugh and work together for a great cause.”
-Han Nguyen (University of Iowa)


Featured Image: University of Iowa Colony Chapter