Letter from the Chapter

As a rising senior at Virginia Tech, Sigma Kappa has shaped my college experience and made me into the person I am today. This sorority has become a part of my identity, and that is something I am proud of. In the Fall of 2016, I felt lost and overwhelmed as a first-semester freshman. When I joined Sigma Kappa that following Spring, I felt that I belonged and found my place at Virginia Tech for the first time. Sigma Kappa at Virginia Tech is made up of a strong and diverse group of women. These women have pushed me to be the best version of myself, supported me during hard times, and encouraged me to take on tasks and leadership roles out of my comfort zone. This sorority has given me lifelong friends and some of my best college memories, and I am forever grateful for that. From traveling to Tuscaloosa, Alabama to help recruit a new chapter at the University of Alabama to becoming 2019 President of the Epsilon Chi chapter at Virginia Tech, Sigma Kappa has given me incredible opportunities. As I look back on my years at Virginia Tech, I can truly say that I would not be who I am without Sigma Kappa. The mystic bond that binds Sigma Kappa sisters is truly unique and unbreakable, and I am fortunate to be a part of it.

Sigma’s love and mine,

Liza Homan

Epsilon Chi President 2019