Pi Beta Phi, Georgia Alpha

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Sarah Sanderson

Meet Sarah Sanderson!

Congratulations to Sarah for making a 92 on her CHFD Exam!

Let’s get to know her a bit, shall we?

Year: “ Freshman aka I have no idea what I’m doing and I still get lost going to my classes…”
Major: “Health Promotions, Pre-Pharmacy”
Hometown: “Atlanta, along with half of UGA”
What do you love most about UGA? “football season”
What would we catch you doing in your spare time? “watching Friends, napping, or eating jimmy John’s”
If you could be any animal what would you be and why? “giraffe because I’ve always wanted to be tall”
What is something that you could never get enough of? “Sleep. College is exhausting.”
What is something that you’re proud of? “Getting into UGA in-state from a private school. It’s not easy these days competing for the HOPE scholarship”

DANIELA BELTON, everybody!

She is a crazy person. This semester she took the LSAT, is way up in judiciary, and I know that she has a million other roles on campus that I wish I knew more about. What prevails is her consistent good attitude and her willingness to always take time to talk with girls about their problems or concerns. She deserves angel of the month for literally being an angel. Always.”

Year:
       Third Year

Major:
       Political Science

Hometown:
       Madison, GA

Interesting Fact:
     I was born in Italy.(I asked if this made her an Italian citizen, but she was born on a Navy base, so sadly she is not. Bummer. But she said her godfather is Italian. Does he have any cute sons? Hollaaaaa.)


Fav Spot on Campus:

       Herty Field

Love Most About Pi Phi:
        What I love the most about Pi Phi is that there is always someone to talk to and hang out with. Sometimes you may need a silly chat and other times you will need a life reevaluation, or a pep talk, but there is always someone who genuinely cares about how you’re day is going and what’s going through your head. And I think that’s pretty special. 

What would I find in your refrigerator right now?
       Diet Coke and a box of Thin Mints. 

If you could be a superhero, what would you want you want your superpowers to be and what would be your name? 

         If I could have any superpower it would be to be able to turn back time. (Yes I would love to be Hermione Granger.) And my superhero name would be the Time Turner. 


If you could get ahold of the mic at Sanford Stadium for 10 seconds what would you do with it?

        I would say: GO DAWGS!

Emily Seibert

MEET EMILY SEIBERT!

Emily received a 97 on her English paper this past week! YOU GO GIRL!

We sat down with Emily and asked a few questions:

PBP: What would be the theme song of your life:

  • Livin’ Part of Life by Eric Church

PBP: If you could replace your hands with any two objects, what would they be?

  • I would replace my hands with a fork and spatula, so I could still eat.

PBP: One item you couldn’t live without and why?

  • I can’t live without my epi-pen (literally) because I’m allergic to peanuts.

PBP: Your favorite adventure?

  • Ziplining

PBP: What’s your favorite spot on campus?

  • It would have to be Sanford Stadium during a football game.

PBP: What’s an interesting fact about yourself?

  • I’ve danced ballet since I was four and got to be the dew drop fairy in the Nutcracker my senior year of high school.
IT’S VIKING WEEK!

IT’S VIKING WEEK!

Kick it With Pi Phi, our spring philanthropy event, was this past Saturday, and it turned out to be a great success!

28 teams went head to head in an intense kickball tournament, but only one made it out the winner. Congrats to the team “3 Whiffs and You’re Out”!

A big thanks to all of our sponsors, all the players, and CJ McKenzie who put on a great event!

Out with the old, and in with the new!

Today our Parents Club came and redecorated our patio, and we must say that it looks PHENOMENAL. Those creaky old patio chairs and table are a thing of the past now. They have equipped us with new umbrellas, lounge chairs, pillows, tables, and potted plants. Now we can sit outside under the blazing Georgia sun while keeping our friends company while they get a tan, how exciting!

The Parents Club was started this past fall by VP of Event Planning, Taylor Vassios, and her mother, Lisa. In the short time since its creation, the Parents Club has done so much for this chapter such as helping us decorate for holidays, starting a parent directory, raising money for the back patio, and much more.

We cannot express how much we are grateful for the UGA Pi Beta Phi’s Parents Club! Thanks for all that y’all do!

MEET OUR PREZ!
As an organization, Pi Beta Phi takes pride in providing members with endless opportunities for leadership development, academic assistance, distinct bonds of sisterhood, and life-long friendships.  After 71 years at The University of Georgia, the Georgia Alpha Chapter is no exception. Our members hold leadership positions in a countless number of organizations across UGA’s campus, excel academically in a wide variety of majors, and strive to support one another as loyal sisters each and every day.    

I am so excited to serve the Chapter as President this year and feel so blessed to be a part of this organization.  Pi Phi is really a second family to me and the amazing members of this chapter make it the strong organization that it is.   

Please do not hesitate to reach out to us by using the ‘Contact Us’ form listed under the ‘About Us’ section of our website. 

Thank you for your time and support! 

Sincerely yours in the wine and silver blue, 
Wynne Rosenbleeth

MEET OUR PREZ!

As an organization, Pi Beta Phi takes pride in providing members with endless opportunities for leadership development, academic assistance, distinct bonds of sisterhood, and life-long friendships.  After 71 years at The University of Georgia, the Georgia Alpha Chapter is no exception. Our members hold leadership positions in a countless number of organizations across UGA’s campus, excel academically in a wide variety of majors, and strive to support one another as loyal sisters each and every day.    


I am so excited to serve the Chapter as President this year and feel so blessed to be a part of this organization.  Pi Phi is really a second family to me and the amazing members of this chapter make it the strong organization that it is.   


Please do not hesitate to reach out to us by using the ‘Contact Us’ form listed under the ‘About Us’ section of our website


Thank you for your time and support! 


Sincerely yours in the wine and silver blue, 

Wynne Rosenbleeth

(From L to R)

Caroline Hamilton, Vice President of Member Development

Mary Mashburn, Vice President of Administration

Brittany Sink, Vice President of Finance

Michelle Jenkins, Vice President of Communication

Morgan Lowery, Vice President of Membership

Sarah Lowe, Vice President of Housing

Emily Nicholos, Vice President of Fraternity Development

CJ McKenzie, Vice President of Philanthropy

Taylor Vassios, Vice President of Event Planning