Katie Copeland
Business Administration Major

"I'm Katie. I'm 20 years old. I'm from a really small town of 250 people, Mokelumne Hill. I joined Phi Sig because I do not have any sisters that I have ever been close to. I also wanted to have a second home away from home while at school. I am so thankful to have an amazing group of girls that I will be able to call my sisters for the rest of my life. My best friend, roommate, and future bridesmaid, Sabrina, recruited me. She met me right after she joined Phi Sig in Fall 2011 and introduced me to sisters and showed me what greek
life is all about before I was even a member. My favorite memory in chapter so far was bid day when my new sisters welcomed me with open arms. I felt like I was home. My advice to girls who are considering greek life is to ignore the stereotypes you see on TV. It doesn't matter what you look like. Greek life is not about being perfect or fitting the stereotype. It is about having lifelong friends that will help you out when things are rough. It's about making memories with your sisters that will last a lifetime."

Amber Deming
Economics Major

"My name is Amber. I'm a third year Econ major. I joined Phi Sig my first year at Stanislaus. It was an easy choice! I just felt so at home and so comfortable with everyone. These girls have become my family. Having a big sister is the best thing you can have in college. My big has really been a great friend to me. I've definitely cried on her shoulder more than once. She has taught me how to be a good mentor and big sister to my own littles, Geni, Amanda, and Chloe. All three of them are beautiful women who have taught me so much! The greatest feeling ever is bringing new sisters in to the family. I encourage everyone to try greek life. It may not be for everyone, but it's definitely worth a shot! My experience at Stanislaus not be as fun, or as memorable without my sisters and I am so thankful that I joined!"

Bridgette Hines
Sociology Major
"I'm Bridgette. I'm a 4th year at Stan. I love eating, Harry Potter, reading and more eating. Sorority has changed my life and opened me up to world of laughter, diversity and wonderful memories. Joining Phi Sig has made a huge difference in my life. I was pulled out of the darkest part of my life by a sister and I am forever grateful for that. I feel that I am a part of something bigger than me and Phi Sigma Sigma encourages me every day to better myself and to aim high."

Alicia Brummett-Guajardo
Sociology & Communications Major
"My names Alicia. I'm from South Sacramento. I'm currently a third year student and double-majoring in Sociology and Communications. After I get my BA, I want to go to graduate school to get a masters in social work. I want to work with foster kids and eventually do forensic interviewing. I have 12 tattoos and  love animals, especially snakes and cats. I joined Phi Sig because I wanted to get more involved on campus and with the community. I was skeptical at first because I don't usually get along with girls, but now I'm really happy that I went for it and joined. One of my favorite things is sitting at the booth in the quad because before I joined I would eat lunch by myself in the library. It's one of the best decisions I've ever made. I love all my sisters. "