No Sleep…

…til Greek Week.  That was the motto of Alpha Gamma Delta each year leading up to the best week of our lives, which is currently going down at Westminster College.  Talk about a perfect #tbt.  For those unfamiliar, let me break down what the week entails.

SPORTS.  Lots of sports.  Since I’m an all-star athlete and didn’t want to show off my talents 224263_10150163256903918_4664163_namong the other members of the Greek community, I stayed on the sidelines during events (pictured right), giving my fellow sisters a chance to participate.  False.  We wouldn’t be on this 16-year winning streak if I even attempted to partake in any of the events.  You’re all welcome.

And yes, you read that correctly.  The sisters of the Alpha Epsilon chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta have won Greek Week 16 years in a row, and I couldn’t be MORE proud to be a part of this organization.  Red, buff, and green – what what whaaaaat.

I digress.  Back to the events, which include:  basketball, swimming, pie eating (I probably could have done okay in that), tug-of-war, kickball (Nee, remember when Z-Train pummeled you LOL – glad you’re okay), rock climbing, track events, trivia, and a singing competition known as Greek Idol.  I may be missing some, but you get the gist.  Events conclude on Friday.  Also during the week, each organization learns a dance routine.  The dances are performed Saturday night at my favorite event called Sing n Swing. Both Greek Week and Sing n Swing winners are announced that evening.  There is a fraternity and sorority winner. *insert chills*

5, 6, 7, 8!  Sing n Swing is where I come in.  This is really what I live for.  Eighty plus girls.  Mixing music.  Picking out costumes.  Creating formations.  MANY thanks to my fellow choreographers and especially to the extremely talented Ms. Amy Schillinger for willing this task down to me my freshman year.  #honored.  See below for our 2011 (my senior year) winning choreography.  *insert more chills*

While the bond of sisterhood in general is quite strong, the bond that occurs during this single week is something I cannot explain, and I’m sure this goes for you other Greeks out there, too.  But I’m telling you.  Something about Alpha Gamma Delta.  Few things make me emotional, but thinking back to all of this… CAN I GET A TISSUE.

What I wouldn’t give to go back to this week and to chant ‘to the Eps, to the Eps’ to celebrate both the Alpha Gams and the brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon’s wins by dancing on tables with multiple champagne showers (pictured left).  Miss you, Johnny. *crying*

I am so proud to call these girls my sisters, both ones I went to school with and current ones whom I’ve never met (yes, that sounds creepy, but you completely understand if you’re Greek).  With their determination, pride, good sportsmanship, and talents, I am not surprised we have won 16 years in a row.

Sisters, I leave you with this song.  It is sure to pump you up before, during, or after any event and especially before you leave the suite on Saturday night to head over to Orr Auditorium.  Jillian and Lindsay can attest to that (10, 10, 10, 10!).

So good luck to all Greek organizations this week but most importantly, good luck to my sisters of Alpha Gamma Delta.  I hope you squirrels bring home another win, and I hope you crush it on stage Saturday night.  Wish I could be there.

Always Gonna Dominate,
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3 thoughts on “No Sleep…

  1. Susannah says:

    Greek Week was always a blast and I especially loved the AGD/Phi Mu popsicle social we had every year! It was such a fun way to bond with not only our own sisters, but with others too!

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