In the Eye of the Storm

From the Archives | 03/23/2017

The women of Delta Phi Epsilon have a reputation of being hardworking, enthusiastic, and inspiring – not too shabby of a stereotype. Stephanie Abrams follows suit as a great example of what it means to be a sister of our sorority.

As a well-respected meteorologist...

Striving for Success

From the Archives | 03/23/2017

Education is at the forefront of Delta Phi Epsilon’s philanthropic missions. The Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation was developed for the purpose of providing financial support to our chapter women. A notable alumna, Judith Rodin, held the same determination to...

Going for Pure Gold

From the Archives | 03/23/2017

Delta Phi Epsilon can be distinguished by many things; our unicorn hand symbol in pictures, the Lovely Purple Iris, and our colors of Royal Purple and Pure Gold to name a few. And if you tuned into the Olympics this past summer, you may have noticed a special hashtag...

Empowered Women Empower Women

From the Archives | 03/23/2017

Delta Phi Epsilon’s vision is for our sorority women to be inspired and empowered to engage in a lifetime of leadership and service. One of our notable alumna, Barbara Boxer, has fulfilled that vision through her life’s work.

From New York to California, Boxer,...

A Life Dedicated to Others

From the Archives | 03/23/2017

Working with philanthropies is one of the pillars that distinguishes a sorority from a university club. Delta Phi Epsilon works yearlong with our three philanthropic partners, raising funds and awareness for each cause. Throughout the years, there are stellar sisters who...

When Your Daughter Doesn't Join DPhiE

Be Involved | 03/21/2017

I’m a mom. Well, you could say I am “that mom”. From the time my children saw the world beyond our home, I was involved.  It all started with the preschool parents’ association…and it hasn’t stopped. I was a room mom, PTA President, Girl Scout leader and team mom. I...