Here at Alpha Sigma, involvement is an epidemic. Each and every one of us shares a visceral hunger for exploration; a desire to make an imprint far and beyond this little white house. Take a quick stroll around campus — any day of the week, any time of the year — and you’re guaranteed to encounter a Delta (or ten) in action, whether she be on Hooker Fields, in the operating room, in the headlines or writing them; it ain’t easy to find Carolina territory not yet navigated by Tri Delta.
Tri Delta strives to uphold the UNC greek system as one unified and powerful voice within the Carolina community. Our members are constantly intermingling with other chapters and looking to collaborate on various projects — from social functions to intramural sports to philanthropy. Frats at Bat, for example, one of Tri Delt’s signature events, reels in participation from almost every chapter on campus. Just this past year, Alpha Sigma made an enthusiastic pledge to bring life back into Greek Week. Needless to say, overall greek participation doubled, and better yet — Tri Delt took home the gold!
In the past few months, we’ve made groundbreaking strides within the UNC community — sophomore Abby Mueller started her own club, "Carolina Best Foot Forward," which raises money for kids in the Triangle area who are lower limb amputees. Additionally, senior Jamie Stuart started her own nonprofit organization called "Hope Center Uganda," which she was inspired by while working and studying abroad during the summer. The organization raises money to build schools and provide education for children in Uganda. Tri Delta's are involved and for amazing reasons, and they continue to make our chapter proud day in and day out.
For nearly 72 years, we have fervently emulated Tri Delta’s century-old motto: “Let us steadfastly love one another” — and we don’t plan to slow down anytime soon.