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Spring 2012

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S: Pi Beta Phi - Utah Alpha Spring 2012

FC: Pi Beta Phi | Utah Alpha | > | Spring 2012

1: History of Utah Alpha Chapter of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity University of Utah Region 7 Spring 2012

2: Table of Contents | Awards - pg. 3 Chapter Officers - pg. 4 Scholarship - pg.6 Dedication - pg. 7 Seniors - pg. 8 Founders Day - pg. 10 Forma l- pg. 12 Greek Week - pg. 14 Sisterhoods - pg.16 Sister Week - pg. 18 Philanthropy - pg. 20 Events - pg. 22 Chapter House - pg. 24 Campus Life - pg 26 | Historians Katie Koplow (left) and Courtney Sebahar (right) It was an honor to create a second scrapbook for our amazing chapter and it was a pleasure to do so together. This scrapbook is not only a way for active members to look back on the past semester and remember all the great times they had together; it is a way to remember our chapter's history. Future members will be able to browse these pages and see the members who came before them. This scrapbook is a way to keep our legacy alive.

3: Kelly Frap won Region award- AMY BURNHAM ONKEN | Jill Conrad-LIZZIE KELLER AWARD | Favorite Sorority Award from Greek Choice Awards night | Amy Wegesser was recognized from our chapter with CHAPTER SERVICE | GREEK WOMEN OF THE YEAR | Awards

4: Chapter Officers | Chapter President | Erica Glende | Fraternity Development | Abbey Pincock | Member Development | Victoria Luman | Kaleigh Bright | Finance | Pi Phi is more than just a sorority; it’s a bond of sisterhood and friendship. Its not just the formals, date nights and exchanges, it’s the late nights sitting at the kitchen table, talking about nothing but laughing so hard it hurts, it’s the study sessions at the library helping a sister get ready for a big test when you have to study for your own test, its spending a Friday night helping a sister get ready for her big date and it’s the countless occasions when you think your world might be crumbling and your sisters are there to pick up the pieces. The memories are unforgettable. -Erica Glende chapter president

5: Membership | Breegan O'Connor | Administration | Philanthropy | Communication | Event Planning | Housing | Jessica Nielson | Devon Lewis | Kendra Arado | Jennifer Reichold | Sara Scott

6: Pi Society- 3.14 GPA or higher | Markie Mitchell Jessica Nielson Breegan O'Connor Savannah Paterson Helena Paulos Montana Peterson Kelsey Quezada Sarah Roark Abby Roberts Jenny Reichhold Tanya Robertson Eleni Saltas Danielle Sanborn Kaitlyn Sanders Sara Scott Coutney Sebahar Shelby Sell Megan Steed Maddie Sullivan Breck Trawick Missy Weeddington Amy Wegesser Erin Williams Courtney Wright | Pearl Society- 4.0 GPA Molly Daines Jessica Miner Mariah Pollock | Kendra Arado Natalie Baczuk Anna Chuprova Jillian Conrad Shelby Cravens Lauren Denny Moraya Dodson Andrea Downie Morgan Dykes Renee Estrada Paige Folkman, Kelly Frappier Megan Galane Erin Gamertfelder Emily Glende Erica Glende Lindsey Holbrook Alyssa Iacono Lacy Jamison Devon Joslin Taylor Kirch Katie Koplow Heather Lindsay Victoria Luman Amanda McKinnon | Involvement in campus organizations Nicole Baczuk: Phi Eta Sigma, Honors College Kalyn Ebner: Air Force ROTC, Associate Director of Student Advocacy Renee Estrada: Writer for the Daily Utah Chronicle Emily Glende: ASUU, Honors College Erica Glende: ASUU, Order of Omega Alyssa Iacono: Phi Eta Sigma Nighina Jamili: Associate Director of Crimson Nights, Circle K International, PacSun Campus Rep, Bennion Center Girl Scouts Team Leader, Director of Crimson Nights Lacy Jamison: Girl Scout Troop Leader, The National Society of Leadership and Success Taylor Kirch: Actor Training Program Katie Koplow: LEAP program, Honors College, U-Fit, Girl Scout Troop Leader, CRU, Greek InterVarsity Victoria Luman: President of Order of Omega, Student Ambassador Team Member for the College of Social and Behavioral Science, Kappa Omicron Nu Erin O'Brien: ASUU Assembly member, MUSS Helena Paulos: Sigma Alpha Pi (NSLS) Montana Peterson: Order of Omega, DECA, MUss Abbey Pincock: Anthropology club, OT club, Muss Abby Roberts: Phi Eta Sigma, Order of Omega, Recruitment Counselor Sara Scott: Order of Omega Shelby Sell: Phi Eta Sigma, Community Leadership Scholar, Girl Scout Troop Leader, Honors College, CRU, Greek InterVarsity Tara Kay Streng: Orientation leader, Running Forward, Freshman Service Corps, Honors College Erin Williams: Phi Eta Sigma, U-Theater musical production, Live to Dance Courtney Wright: Phi Eta Sigma, Order of Omega. Lexy Wright: MUSS board (marketing chair), DECA, Young Democrats of Utah, Utah council for citizens diplomacy

7: Asha Davenport June 12, 1992- January 29, 2012 | Heaven gained one amazing angel. | once an angel, always an angel

8: PC '08: Leaving a Legacy | Kiley Brown Jillian Conrad Molly Daines Andrea Downie Kalyn Ebner Kelly Frappier Melanie Holbrook Yassi Imani Heather Lindsey Brie Marron Markie Mitchell Missy Weddington Amy Wegesser | A senior slideshow and cookie shine took place at senior farewell and many memories and stories were shared. Saying goodbye to our seniors was tough but we know the bond of sisterhood will keep us close!

9: Pi Phi changed my life; through it I found my best friends, future bridesmaids, and it truly enhanced my college experience. Through Pi Phi I learned many things and this would be my advice to future sisters: 1. Someone is always listening. 2. At times being on the Executive Board is really stressful but in the end it is very rewarding to see what you can accomplish; always push the limits and make every I week, formal and sisterhood the best it can be. 3. Sisters will always have your back no matter how small the issue is, just don't be afraid to ask. " Seek ye the beautiful and the good..." PPL 2205 Kelly Frappier

10: Founders' Day April 14, 2012

11: Cottonwood Country Club | Every April, Pi Phis have the opportunity to honor and celebrate the work of our founders. As we celebrate Founders’ Day, we can continue the passion and dedication of our 12 founders by choosing to be lifelong loyal members of Pi Beta Phi. This year marks the Pi Beta Phi Settlement School’s 100th anniversary – a place where Pi Phi’s literacy work began a century ago. It was the Washington D.C., Alumnae Club, led by former Grand President Emma Harper Turner, who proposed the establishment of a settlement school to honor the 50th anniversary of the Fraternity and its 12 founders.

12: This semester's formal was held at Cucina Nassi. We all had a blast spending the night together!

13: La Bella Vita di Pi Phi Spring Formal

14: Baseball Game Utah vs. BYU | All Greek Party Radisson Hotel | Greek Week team Assassin Tribute- Nicole Jensen | Greek Week Organizer -Moraya Dodson | Lip Sync Theme, "Time" Greeks through the years

15: Greek Games Volleyball tournament, Minute to Win It, Tun-a-War, Toga three-legged race | Greek Week April 2-6, 2012 3rd Place | Hogle Zoo Greeks took children from neighborhood House around the Zoo for the morning

16: Sisterhoods | Decorating cookies- Feb 13, 2012 Pajama and Movie night- Feb 27, 2012 Scrapbook/health wellness scrapbook /plan parenthood

17: In memorial of our dear sister, Asha Davenport who passed away this semester, a Pi Phi alumni, Katty organized a Zumba event that donated all the proceeds toward the Epilepsy Foundation. Asha always loved to dance and so our chapter danced away the morning in memory of her.

18: Sister Week | March 19th- 22nd

19: In place of spring recruitment we had a sister week which was a week dedicated to bonding with our sisters and spending time doing some of our favorite things: baking, singing and playing. Monday was cupcake wars where each family was judged by Alumni on the taste and presentation of their cupcakes. The BB family won presentation and the GG family won taste. Wednesday we had pledge class song competition and performance. The Juniors won! On Thursday there was a big game of Assassin where each Pi Phi was for themselves trying to "assassin" another sister while hiding from a sister that was trying to assassin them. Devon Joslin was the over all winner of the night. Along with all the fun and games all the Big Sisters were given gifts from their Little Sisters making the week even more special. | BB family cupcakes | Juniors- the winners of the pledge class song competition | Alumni who judge the presentation, decorations and taste of all the cupcakes.

20: MLK Marade- Jan 16th, 2012 In honor a Martin Luther King Jrs' birthday Power of Pink- Jan 28, 2012 Breast cancer walk Literacy Walk- March 3, 2012 Walk around campus with alumni to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday Pie a Pi Phi- March 25,2012 An ice cream bar and pieing station Pi Phiesta- April 22, 2012 All you can eat burritos and a pinata were set up | Philanthropy

22: Beta Exchange- Jan 17th, 2012 Ice cream social and board games Delta Sig-Night games Sigma Chi- March 20, 2012 What would you do for a dollar game Phi Delta- March 27, 2012 BBQ and S’mores, assassin | Events | Date night Feb 8th, 2012 Galvan Center, Ice Skating

23: Sisters of the Wine and Silver BLue

24: Chapter House | House Corporation Erin Smith Lindsey Klavitter Renee O'Connor Peggy Baczuk Joni Greenwell | AAC Heather Heinz Lisa Cannell Ashlee Christofferson Jocelyn Eve Krissy Turner Alison Smith

25: | Our house mom, Lee Johnson does a great job taking care of all our needs. She keeps our kitchen stocked, oversees our chef and maid and takes care of countless things for all of us. | 1443 E 100 S Salt Lake City, UT

26: Chapter House | House Corporation Erin Smith Lindsey Klavitter Renee O'Connor Peggy Baczuk Joni Greenwell | AAC Heather Heinz Lisa Cannell Ashlee Christofferson Jocelyn Eve Krissy Turner Alison Smith

27: Our house mom, Lee Johnson does a great job taking care of all our needs. She keeps our kitchen stocked, oversees our chef and maid and takes care of countless things for all of us. | | 1443 E 100 S Salt Lake City, UT

28: We proudly share our campus with the following houses: | Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Phi Chi Omega Delta Gamma Kappa Kappa Gamma Beta Theta Pi Delta Sigma Phi Kappa Sigma Phi Delta Theta Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Chi Sigma Nu Sigma Phi Epsilon | Arlyn Bradshaw Greek Advisor | Utah Basketball Our Men's team went through a rebuilding season after losing their coach at the end of the previous season. They ended the season with a 6-26 record. The team is working towards improvement and we look forward to the next season! The Women's team ended the season with a 17-16 record, they defeated some great teams! This season was our first as part of the Pac 12 which brought us tougher competition. We can't wait to see what these teams can accomplish next year! | Utah Gymnastics NCAA Championships: 5th place NCAA Regional Finish: 1st place Pac12 Championships: 2nd place Record: 7-3 Final Record (including postseason): 239 NCAA AllAmerica Awards: 8 Way to go Red Rocks! | GO UTES!

29: David W. Pershing University of Utah's 15th President | This spring our campus offered a warm welcome to our new President.

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