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Delta Xi Phi
ΔΞΦ
Dxp crest.jpg
FoundedApril 20, 1994; 25 years ago (April 20, 1994)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
TypeSocial
ScopeNational
MottoWhat is possible has been done, what is impossible must be done
PillarsIncreasing Multicultural Awareness, Community Service, Advancement of Women through Higher Education, Sisterhood, and Friendship
Colors     Navy Blue and      Maroon
FlowerYellow Rose of Texas
JewelWhite Diamond
MascotWhite Bengal Tiger
PhilanthropyAmerican Cancer Society
Chapters23
NicknameDi Xi, Di Xi Phi, DXP
QuoteThe future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams - Eleanor Roosevelt
HeadquartersPO Box 5218
Chicago, Illinois
United States
WebsiteNational Website

Delta Xi Phi (ΔΞΦ) is a national multicultural sorority that was founded at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign by fifteen women on April 20, 1994. The sorority welcomes women from all ethnic, cultural, religious and socio-economic backgrounds. Defined by diversity, Delta Xi Phi is not only multicultural in membership but also in programming since its inception. Delta Xi Phi is one of the founding members of the National Multicultural Greek Council (NMGC).

Delta Xi Phi is based on five pillars: The Advancement of Women through Higher Education, Community Service, Increasing Multicultural Awareness, Sisterhood, and Friendship.

National history

Delta Xi Phi sorority was founded April 20, 1994 on the University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign (UIUC) campus, by fifteen young women. These women recognized a need for an organization that appreciated the different cultures present on their college campuses. Multicultural awareness, as well as community service, the empowerment of women in higher education, friendship and sisterhood were also important aspects of Delta Xi Phi.

In the spring of 1992, two different groups of women who were seeking to establish a new sorority at UIUC learned of each other's intentions. The two groups organized a meeting where they discussed their goals and aspirations. They surprisingly overlapped and so these women unanimously decided to work together toward their common goal and the two groups merged. They decided to temporarily call themselves "Women for the Advancement of a Multicultural Society" ("WAMS"). Several sororities on other college campuses were contacted with the intention of establishing a chapter at the University of Illinois campus. However, none of those had everything that was wanted by WAMS.

Finally, on April 20, 1993, after almost a year of searching for a sorority and much frustration, the women of WAMS made a decision to stop looking for other sororities and to commence their quest of founding their own. Three women from WAMS were designated pledge educators and helped the other twelve women's dream of founding a sorority become a reality. They went through a year-long pledging process during which they developed a strong bond of sisterhood.

The foundation of their sorority began with meetings where they discussed and voted upon its letters, colors, mascot, flower, and stone. On April 20, 1994 the members of WAMS were no longer just the women of WAMS, they were to be forever known as the founding mothers of Delta Xi Phi Multicultural Sorority. On February 6, 1998, Delta Xi Phi Sorority became an incorporated entity.

Founders

The following is a list of the fifteen original founders known as "Diamantes"

  • Amani Abukhdeir
  • Hanadi Abu-khdeir
  • Lynette E. Alvarado
  • Erma L. Alvarez
  • Yvonne E. Alvarez
  • Monica Arciga
  • Maria G. Barrera
  • Maria Teresa Botello
  • Aida Derat
  • Leticia Escamilla
  • Christine Lopez
  • Elia Morales
  • Carla Ortega
  • Alma Rivera
  • Nancy Tsao

National chapters

Over the years, DXP has grown with six chapters and seventeen associate chapters from coast to coast.

(*) Inactive

Interest groups

Delta Xi Phi's official interest groups are known as "WAMS" – Women for the Advancement of a Multicultural Society

External links

This page was last edited on 12 December 2019, at 02:08
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