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The e-Newsletter for sisters and friends of Phi Sigma SigmaSummer 2010

Phi Sigma Sigma - founded 1913

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'What's Ours Is Ours... Let's Protect It!' | Letter from the Grand Archon
Certain things define who we are - our jewelry, ritual items and symbols. They're meant for sisters only. So why are they for sale on eBay? Help Phi Sig preserve what's ours - and yours. Read more >
Reclaiming Our History, One Item at a Time
See some of the incredible things we've preserved. Can you help?
Preservation of Phi Sigma SigmaWhether it's precious jewelry, a rare photo or an antique magazine, Phi Sig is working hard to gather and, in some cases, retrieve historical items important to our sisterhood. View our slide show, and learn how sisters of every age can help preserve our past for future generations as we approach our Centennial. Read more >

Mayors with a Major Impact
Mayors of University Heights, Ohio2 sisters lead the same city for 33 years
It's purely coincidence that Beryl Rothschild and Susan Infeld were consecutively elected mayor of University Heights. Then again, as devoted servant leaders, perhaps they were destined to meet and make a difference. Read more >

Good & WelfareGood & Welfare
Sister news from around the globe
You asked for it - you got it! Visit our new Good & Welfare feature, sharing Phi-Significant news about sisters! Read more >

July 30-Aug. 4 ~ Madison, Wisc.
Watch for real-time updates from sisters volunteering at this Olympic-style event for transplant recipients hosted by the National Kidney Foundation and sponsored in part by our very own Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation! Check us out on Facebook and the Foundation website.
                Seen & Heard

Nanette Kass WengerMedical pioneer and renowned Go Red for Women advocate
DR. NANETTE WENGER (Alpha, Hunter College) has been named 2010 Georgia Woman of the Year. She shares this distinction with women such as former First Lady Rosalynn Carter. Dr. Wenger is one of the world's foremost cardiologists.

Heather HartmanHEATHER HARTMAN (Gamma Zeta, University of Rhode Island) has received a 2010 "Ones to Watch" award from CIO magazine. This prestigious honor is presented to 25 rising stars in the field of information technology. Hartman is Director of IS Technical Services for the Care New England Health System.

Amy SmithThe Order of Omega Greek honor society has honored AMY SMITH (Xi, Temple University) as its 2010-11 Student Board Member. A high-profile leader on campus who served as Xi's archon, she was selected as the sole undergraduate representative from among Greeks throughout North America.

Michelle Soucy The Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation has named MICHELLE SOUCY (Theta Omicron, University of Toledo) as its new consultant supporting operations, the Board of Directors and more. A Phi Sig veteran, she has 14 years of nonprofit management, programming and fundraising experience. Contact Michelle.

Kristen KellyPhi Sigma Sigma's new administrative assistant is KRISTEN KELLY (Theta Beta, Coastal Carolina University). She replaces long-time assistant Kimberly Frey (Theta Eta, Rider University), now pursuing her master's degree at Syracuse University while serving as house director of our Pi Chapter there. Contact Kristen.

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Foundation | Calling All Phi Sigs: Become a Foundation Director
Marianne CohenNow's the perfect time to join the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation's Board of Directors, says Marianne Cohen. "Every day, in everything I do, I feel like I'm making a real difference," she says. (And yes, even with her career and children, she easily handles basic board requirements.) Read more >
Chapter Spotlight | Iota Kappa Brings Its 'A' Game to Campus
Iota KappaPhi Sigs at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs know this is their year! Not only are they poised to achieve their highest chapter numbers ever, they're 100% committed to being the best by recruiting women who understand the true meaning of sisterhood. Read more >

Collegian Spotlight | Chapter Leader Earns UIFI Scholarship
Simonne Yet Kwong HormanWhen Simonne Yet Kwong Horman's university couldn't grant her a coveted spot at year's popular Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute, this Iota Iota sister and archon sought other options - and, with the help of our Foundation, landed Phi Sig's only scholarship of the year. Read more >
Phi Sig Pride | With Love from Europe's Incredible Kolner Dom
Kölner DomAs many as 30,000 people each day visit the historic Kölner Dom in Cologne, Germany - and Delta Iota sister Audrey Schumacher was so inspired by the medieval cathedral while studying abroad last year she paused to take a pic sharing her Phi Sig love with those at home.

"Even though it was a tough decision temporarily parting from my sisters at Central Michigan University, I carried my King Blue and Gold flag with pride!" she says. Ja! We're glad she did!

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