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What does it mean to be a Panhellenic woman?

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Alicia Howard

on 31 October 2014

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We should be promoting good character with ourselves and with each other throughout our time here. Doing this is the most effective way of strengthening the relationships that we build.
When you respect someone, you are honoring their dignity. Respecting sorority chapters means that you are recognizing their accomplishments, positive qualities, traditions, etc.
Thoughtfulness encourages open communication, which in turn promotes responsibility and accountability and prevents hurtful remarks or actions.
As cheesy as it sounds, we are a community! And we have the potential to be a community full of loving, engaged, respectful women, or we can choose to be petty and intolerant. The decision is yours.
What has being a Greek woman meant to you?
"I have met the most loving, spontaneous, and dedicated women; I've seen the amazing quality of the women in our community and feel that I could have been happy in any chapter at W&M. The love and friendship each chapter possesses serves as a reminder when I feel bogged down by life's stressful moments."
What does it mean to be a Panhellenic woman?
Raise your hand if you have a good friend in another sorority!
Raise your hand if you've ever attended another sorority's philanthropy event!
Raise your hand if you've ever volunteered at a Greek Life event!
Last, raise your hand if you've ever been to another sorority's social event!
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