A sister would write a note with cut out letters from a magazine so it would be secret and the handwriting would not be recognized. That night we are all in a circle waiting in anticipation. Once around, a sister was lavaliered, two times pinned, and three times engaged!!
— Cristy, 1979
I absolutely loved coming home from afternoon home football games and everyone would gather in the fish bowl to re-hash the day’s events, laugh and eat copious amounts of pizza and bread sticks.
— Hilary, AC '97
“Pi Potty Press”
I loved the Pi Potty Press where we read the gossip from the weekend before, and yelling "flushing" so those in the shower wouldn't get scalded.
— Robbie, PC '85
I'll never forget our Pledge Retreat weekend which my mom (also an ADPi) bravely hosted at our home...for all 59 pledges!!!! Sleeping bags EVERYWHERE, lots of sister bonding and getting to know each other...precious memories!
— Elisa, PC '89
I cherish the friendships that I made in my college days at ADPi. Twenty plus years later, we still keep in touch and take girl trips together..
— Daniela, AC '94
“Home away from home”
Some of my favorite memories come from my four years at Gamma Iota! And that is why it is such an honor to now serve on the advisory board for the chapter to give back to my home away from home during my time at UF.
— Christie, AC '01
Long talks, 24 hr a day bridge games, pillow fights!
— Lohse, '67
I loved bid day when all the pledges arrived and we took group pics and then celebrated.
— Sue, 1978
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