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Sisterhood

Sisterhood

Sisterhood by definition is a community of women linked by a common interest; however, Alpha Xi Delta represents something special to each and every one of us. 

 

"Alpha Xi Delta showed me that sorority life is not what you see in the movies. Sisterhood grows and gets stronger through the years."  — Jamie Weiss '14

 

"To me, sisterhood is finding comfort in knowing I will always have a home here on campus. After graduation, I look forward to returning to the house years from now because I know I will always be welcomed by my sisters." — Belen Crisp '13

 

"Sisterhood is having 140 extra closets to shop around in when you are looking for that perfect dress for formal or blazer for an interview." — Michelle Martin '13

 

"Sisterhood to me is having friends that make staying in on the sunroom couch just as fun as going out." — Lauren Petrocci '13

 

"Sisterhood is always having someone to eat snacks with ,so you never have to snack alone." — Sarah Arlotto '12

 

"Sisterhood is having role models and being a role model, and learning from the greatest people in the world who you truly are." — Marissa Blanchard '13

 

"Sisterhood is having someone to karaoke with at any hour." — Karen Larosche '13

 

"Alpha Xi Delta has shown me unconditional love and support through both good and bad times. With the help of my sisters, I know that I am never alone, and AXiD is truly one of the best gifts that Syracuse University could have given me." — Sara Berlinger '12

 

"The best part of genuine, true sisterhood is having people in your life to make the bad days good and the good days even better." — Jackie Reilly, 13


"It's hard to believe its been almost 10 years since our Bid Day. I met my closest friends through Alpha Xi Delta and we lived together in the house and off campus. Since college we've shared in engagements, weddings, the birth of Kara's son and many more wonderful memories in-between. For us, that bid to AXiD really did change our lives for the better. When I was given my bid, I was given a gift by becoming a part of the Eta family. Yet, it is also a great responsibility. The girls you want to call your sisters are your sisters for life, not just your party buddy next weekend, for then, it will be a gift for them as well as you." — Jo Tanzman '05