FROM THE GIRLS OF GEORGIA ALPHA
Creating a strong sisterhood is a top priority in our chapter. Sisterhood and friendship have been at the core of Pi Beta Phi since the first meeting of our 12 founders in 1867. Today, more than 300,000 women have worn the arrow over their hearts, creating a very long golden chain of friendship. The bonds of wine and silver blue bind us close together, bring out our leadership qualities, fine tune our strengths and motivate us to become the best versions of ourselves. The Pi Phi Blog is full of sisterhood stories.
"Coming from out of state, I didn’t know anyone at UGA and was nervous to go through recruitment. I wanted to find my place at UGA, somewhere I could be myself and call a home away from home. That was exactly what I found at Pi Phi. This chapter has given me some of the best memories and friends that I will cherish well after my time at UGA. In Pi Phi, everyone celebrates authenticity, individuality, and diversity. Everyone is able to share their passions and help others grow to be the best version of themselves! I am constantly surrounded by the most loving people who care for me. I found my best friends here, and I could not imagine my time at UGA being complete without Pi Phi. I am forever thankful for the amazing opportunities and community Pi Phi has given me and I am so glad I went Pi Phi my freshman year!"
- Sophia Antony (MC'19)
"Pi Phi for me is a home away from home! I feel loved, supported, and like I can be myself! Pi Phi has taught me how to be a leader and a friend and has positively shaped my college experience. I chose Pi Phi because I saw myself growing into the person that I wanted to be with the other women in our chapter. I’m so blessed to be able to call these girls my friends and to have sincere friendships like these!"
- Sarah Taylor (MC '20)
"I am genuinely inspired by the woman of Pi Phi every day. There is such a wide variety of interests and passions in the chapter: I love getting invited to go to run club, finance club, volunteering at the humane society, the list is endless. Everyone has always been so welcoming and so eager to share their passions with each other. There is also nothing better than seeing a Pi Phi in one of your classes or at a coffee shop. There is an instant comfort in knowing that there is someone there you can talk to and someone there that will have your back. Pi Phi has provided me with the most down-to-earth intentional friends and overall community, it’s such a privilege to be a part of."
- Naomi Kolosna (MC'21)