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Why aKDPhi?

Click on a sister's name to read why they chose aKDPhi!

Updated: Feb 4, 2020

Hummingbird #369

Beta Alpha - Fall 2017

I don’t think I would be where I am today without my sisters. They’ve become my family and the ones who have seen me at my happiest and my lowest. I can’t thank them enough for supporting me through all those moments, and lifting me higher every single time.

Why aKDPhi?

From my mentor who helped me grow in my career, to the sisters who helped me grow as a leader, each sister has shown me again and again that I will always have a home away from home.

Pucca #363

Alpha Psi - Spring 2017

I never saw myself joining a sorority, despite knowing about alpha Kappa Delta Phi in high school. Even though I joined multiple organizations as a freshman and made lots of friends, I didn’t feel comfortable expressing myself to them. Eventually, I felt lost and didn’t know if I had a community that I belonged to, but that changed after being a part of this sisterhood. For the past 2 years, I’ve been blessed with the most amazing line sisters, bigs, and littles, who shaped me in every way to become the person I am today. I love every moment with them, including spontaneous trips to cities, random sleepovers, and bubble tea adventures.

Why aKDPhi?

The sisters of alpha Kappa Delta Phi truly embody the pillars of scholarship, leadership, service, Asian-awareness, and sisterhood and taught me what it means to be a confident woman.

Through their support, I obtained numerous leadership positions, such as Vice President of Service and Vice President of External, and accomplished goals that I would have never expected myself to reach. I will always be thankful to my sisters for everything they’ve done because they are the most hardworking, sweetest people I've ever met.

Katana #361

Alpha Psi - Spring 2017

It's pretty safe to say I'm a little quirky and nerdy; coming into college, I felt that I had to hide that side of me to make friends and thrive in my preconceived notions of what college was. The sisters of alpha Kappa Delta Phi showed me how to own my quirks, to find my confidence, and to speak my voice. My bigs, line sisters, and littles have been integral to the process of finding my identity in college. Last December, I was incredibly nervous for my first poster presentation ever, where I was presenting my immunology research that I had dedicated numerous hours to for over a year. Never had I expected anyone to show up to a "boring" poster presentation, but to my surprise, my bigs showed up engaged and ready to absorb any information that I would present to them. In the following semester, an entire crowd of my line sisters and littles showed up to support me, my poster presentation, and my passion for research. Embarrassingly, I cried of happiness after the poster presentation ended when everyone left. My line sisters and family didn't have to take time out of their days to support me at my poster presentation, which, mind you, is not the most entertaining, but they did.

Why aKDPhi?

Unconditional support is what I found in aKDPhi and is what you will too. I promise.
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