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Rebecca Martinson, a member Maryland's Delta Gamma chapter and author of a viral email in which she chastised her sorority sisters for their behavior at social events has decided to step down, (http://gawker.
In years past, UO's Delta Gamma sorority has sent money from its annual fundraiser to the national chapter, which distributes it to worthy nonprofit groups.
Brittany Kolb and Paige Prisock, the bride's Delta Gamma little sisters, were at the entry to give each Delta Gamma a cream rose and have them escorted to a reserved section for all of her sorority sisters.
In 1938, NHLC received its charter by members of the Southern California Delta Gamma Fraternity.
To date, national sororities Alpha Xi Delta, Delta Gamma and Pi Beta Phi have approved this program and manuals for implementation at one or more campuses, and several other sororities and universities have expressed interest in the program.
Omicron Delta Epsilon was established in 1963 as a result of a merger of two honor societies: Omicron Delta Gamma (also known as The Order of Artus), founded in 1915 by Professor John R.
Sororities available include: Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Phi, Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Gamma, Delta Zeta, Kappa Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Beta Phi and Zeta Tau Alpha.
The Delta Gamma members, who were all wearing black dresses for dinner, giggled and thanked the president.