Sigma Sigma Sigma held their first Puppies on the Plains along with with Kappa Sigma on Auburn University’s Greenspace on March 23, also known as National Puppy Day.
The event was open to all students who were able to purchase a ticket to spend time petting and playing with dogs volunteered by sisters and the Lee County Human Society.
Aubie, who was loved by both students and canines, also made an appearance at the event.
The event proved to be popular, raising over $3500 and having over 500 people attend. All proceeds went to benefit the Robbie Page Memorial Fund and the Wounded Warrior Project.
On March 8, Tri Sigma hosted their first annual Sunrise with Sigma. At the event, students could purchase tickets for $5 to eat unlimited breakfast for dinner.
The buffet included a waffle bar, bacon, cinnamon rolls, fruit, and orange juice. YUM!
All Proceeds from the event went to benefit March of Dimes, a non profit organization that raises money to prevent and cure health issues associated with premature birth.
Sunrise with Sigma was a huge success, raising nearly $4000 in ticket sales and donations.
On Saturday, November 19, the Theta Iota chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma held their first initiation and installation banquet. In attendance was the Executive Council from Tri Sigma’s National Headquarters, representatives from Auburn’s Panhellenic Council, and the newly initiated members with their families.
Two instrumental people in the chartering of this new chapter were Stephanie Blair and Kailea Marshall, the two consultants for the new members. Tri Sigma member, Allison Galle, stated “Our chapter would not be where it is today without the support and guidance from our consultants, Stephanie and Kailea. Their patience with us is outstanding, especially since we’re all so eager to get more involved and to be a part of more activities within the sorority.” Several other sisters would also like to extend their thanks to our chapter advisors, National Executive Council, and members of Panhellenic.
The future goals of the sorority are best summed up by Tri Sigma sister, Victoria Gross. She stated, "In the future, my main goal is to make Tri Sigma well known, especially since the Theta Iota chapter is the first one in the state of Alabama. Colonizing this sorority was the one of the greatest things I've done. There are a lot of ups and downs, but at the end of the day I have all my sisters, because we're all in this together. Since we have one common goal, we can turn Tri Sigma into something great."
Congratulations to all the women of Tri Sigma! The Panhellenic community can't wait to see where the future takes you!