Sometimes in life, we fail, fall, or give up. And when we do so, someone, like a sorority sister, is there to help pick us back up. When you look at a sorority, I think we sometimes forget about sisterhood and what is means to have sisters who have our backs and help us get back on our feet.
My name is Haylee Hering, and I am the sisterhood chairman for the Epsilon Pi chapter here at Tarleton State. Sisterhood is a big part of Phi Mu. It is unconditional love for each other, a support system, and finding your home away from home. Our chapter strives to provide a strong bond between one another. Having a sister by your side, laughing or crying, goes a long way. Here at Tarleton we continue to live out what our three founders founded us on in 1852. In which to provide personal and organizational development, service to others, commitment to excellence, and lifelong friendships through a shared tradition. Obtaining these ideals are capable through a strong sisterhood bond.
Personally, this sisterhood has given me some of my best friends and I cannot thank Phi Mu enough for them. “From the outside looking in, you can never understand it. From the inside looking out, you can never explain it." ~ Unknown