A Welcome From the President
Welcome from the Epsilon Beta chapter of Delta Gamma! I encourage you to explore our website, check out our photos, and learn a little more about our chapter here at Bucknell University. Being able to call myself a Delta Gamma is one of my most valued accomplishments in my time at Bucknell. Delta Gamma sisterhood is definitely about the laughs, the food, and the fun. But even more so, it is about the strong community and life long bonds we have created. I am so appreciative for having a group of sisters with common goals, morals, and work ethics. One of my favorite things about Delta Gamma is our ability to listen to each other’s ideas and then act on them. Whether it be supporting a sister in a fundraiser close to their heart or brainstorming ways to get involved on campus. We listen, we support, we plan, and we follow through. Going Greek provides endless opportunities for participation on and off campus. We are passionate about our philanthropy, Service for Sight, which brings awareness and raises money for the visually impaired. Our motto is “Do Good” and I love that I can say our women live up to this everyday. I am surrounded by confident, empowered, smart, brave women who challenge me to be a better version of myself. These are my sisters for life and I am so happy I get to share a little bit about us with you!
Love and ITB,
President, Delta Gamma Epsilon Beta
As school commences once again, Epsilon Beta Chatper of Delta Gamma have so many things to be excited about; Forty-three to be exact. We welcome forty-three beautiful new sisters. Recruitment was a successful due the efforts of the entire chapter, especially our President, Alexandra Panzario, Recruitment Chair, Lindsay Robinson, and Katelyn Rothney. Check out our Recruitment Page.
Graduation of the Class of 2013
Congratulations to all of our sisters who recently graduated from Bucknell! We are very proud of our own sister, Beth Eanelli, for representing Delta Gamma as she was honored with opportunity to speak at graduation. To all of our sisters that graduated, we wish you the best of luck and hope that you will continue to keep Delta Gamma in your hearts throughout the future!
Relay for Life
Our sisters were proud to support cancer research and those who survived, currently fighting, or lost the battle against cancer. Our entire chapter participanted in Relay for Life at Bucknell 2013.
Delta Gamma celebrating our founder's day with local alumae sisters. It was a beautiful day of rituals that honored our founders of establishing the ideals of Delta Gamma that we hold so dearly in our hearts.
Desserts with DG 2013
Our chapter recently hosted Desserts with DG! This was an event for Potential New Members to have a chance to get to know our sisters. We had so much fun with this event and our sisters can't wait to begin Recruitment 2013!
Anchor Slam 2012!
On November 16th, our chapter hosted our annual basketball tournament Anchor Slam!! This is our second annual Anchor Slam tournament! All of the proceeds go to Service for Sight! To learn more about our philanthropy and to hear more about our event this year, check out our philanthropy page!
Congrats to the New Member Class of 2012!
Epsilon Beta initiated 48 new members on October 25th, 2012! We are so proud to call this bright, talented group of women our sisters!! Congratulations girls!
Doing Good over Spring Break!
This past spring break many of our sisters went on service trips with organizations at Bucknell. Anne Sequeira, Margaret Hoerner, and Paige Uehling joined the Bucknell Brigade in Nicaragua. Here they help raise money for the free health clinic in Nueva Vida. Students bring donated medicines, inventory supplies in the pharmacy, and assist with manual labor on projects identified by the Center for Development in Central America. To hear about some of their amazing experiences check out the Bucknell Brigade's blog here. Another one of our sisters, Katelyn Tsukada, joined A.C.E.S for their service trip in the Dominican Republic. Here they talked to school children, organized and delivered bags for a food drive, and volunteered with a medical outreach! Great job girls!