Congratulations on all of the awards our chapter has won this year:
Courtney Caplan- The 2015 Leslie Brown Shiffman Outstanding Advisor Award winner
Mia Fredricks- The 1909 Scholarship winner
Our Chapter- #1 Campus GPA; Above All Sorority GPA; 2nd place winner of The Philip H. & Susan Rudd Cohen Award for Chapter Jewish Communal Service; and Excellence in Community Service
Join us on Sunday, February 22 for food and shopping to help raise money for the Andrew McDonough B Positive Foundation!
RSVP to Madison Weigand by February 10, 2015.
Get excited for Formal on February 28 at The Tavern!
We're looking forward to our 1st annual Phright Night
The ladies of AEPhi have been having a fantastic time this summer. Some are traveling the world and others are working hard in cities like New York, DC, and L.A. We are all having any amazing time but we can wait to get back to ATX for recruitment. After all... we have been waiting for you all summer!
We can't believe the year is almost over!
Be sure to start booking your hotels for Parents Weekend 2014. The dates are October 17, 2014-October 19, 2014! Can't wait to see everyone there!
We had the best Casual that Phi has ever seen this past Friday night. The event took place at Kali Kate Ranch 30 minutes outside of Austin. The girls and their dates piled on the buses sporting their favorite southern apparel -- cowboy boots and hats, of course. Upon arrival, guests were greeted by a Gordough's gourmet donut food truck.
This spring, our Philanthropy chair gathered over 250 customers to attend this year’s Clothes for a Cause. It was a hit! The event featured not only clothes and jewelry from amazing Austin venues such as Stella and Dot, LF, Kendra Scott, Mellissa’s Custom Gifts, Teysha, and Chloe + Isabel but also featured a senior in Phi’s jewelry line, Hannah Claire Designs. There were also great food options like Slab, Pinkberry and Bananarchy to munch on while shopping. The venders were very supportive of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation, all giving ten percent or more to the cause. Overall, the event raised over 1,200 dollars. Considering few left empty-handed, the event was quite a success!