Like most freshmen, I entered into college excited to meet new people and make new friends. By spring quarter, I had met a lot of people, but I hadn’t found a group I truly belonged in. I decided to rush a sorority, something I never thought I’d do. Expecting to find a group of fun girls who I could hang out with, I ended up with more than I thought possible. I found a group of girls who I could have fun with, but who would also support me in my academic and professional goals. From the very beginning, my favorite part of ASK has always been our integration of sisterhood and academics. I love our strong sisterhood bond because far from detracting from our goals, it motivates us to strive toward them. Desiring to promote this aspect of our sisterhood, I became the Academic Chair, and I have found so much fulfillment in taking on this role. From planning fun study events with yummy food to hosting professional development events, I have been able to promote our sorority’s goal of encouraging women support each other in their academics. Thank you ASK for giving me this opportunity to grow in sisterhood with these amazing women!
Written by Hannah Nawrocki
Hannah is a third year Biopsychology major and is currently our Academic Chair.