Friday, April 4, 2014

March Madness

With March over, there's only one more month of classes here in Auburn this semester - but the Gamma Omegas haven't wasted a moment of time and have been bonding together more than ever! From Spring Break to formal and more, we've been quite busy spending some quality time with one another!

Spring Break took sisters all over the country, and a few even around the world, but we're so glad to have everyone back safe and sound in Auburn! Check out some of the great photos from trips here:

But Spring Break isn't the only thing that we want to share with y'all, we've got formal pictures too! We had a wonderful time at the Del'avant Event Center in Lagrange thanks to all the hard work and planning of our Event Director, Georgia Fabbrini! Dinner and dancing, photos and socializing, we did it all! See our beautiful sisters decked out here:

And although the semester may be coming close to an end, we still have plenty of memories to make! Be sure to check back and see what else the Gamma Omegas have planned for the year!

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Sisterhood Retreat

Sisterhood is one of the most valuable aspects of being a member of Theta, and to help strengthen the love we have for one another many of the sisters participated in a sisterhood retreat at Camp ASCCA. Throughout the day we split into small groups and participated in team building activities and played various games. Everything from rope swings to giant logs and imaginary lava were involved in the day's activities.

Check out some of the action here:

After a long day and lots of bonding, I think it's safe to say the Gamma Omega Chapter is much closer than they were before the day spent at camp! New friendships were made, old ones were strengthened and everyone benefited.

“Sisterhood is the essence of the wisdom of all the ages distilled into a single word. You cannot see it; neither can you hear it or taste it. But you can feel it a hundred times a day. It is a pat on the back, a smile of encouragement. It’s someone to share with, to celebrate your achievements.”

Monday, February 17, 2014

Introducing Our Greek Sing Chair:

Meet Emileigh Sanger! She's a sophomore (shout out to New Member Class 2012!) majoring in apparel merchandising and minoring in business. When she grows up, she wants to take over as the editor-in-chief of Lucky Magazine - so watch out, Eva Chen! Until then, she spends her time dancing, reading, not cleaning her room, attempting to bring home fluffy animals and shopping excessively.

For 16 glorious years, this girl has been dancing her heart out - and let me just tell you, SHE'S AMAZING. When asked what her favorite style of dance was, she replied with, "I don't have a favorite style of dance, rather, what I love is powerful music. If I'm inspired by it, it can be classical ballet or some get-low-n-dirty hip hop. I'll enjoy it just the same." Wow, right?

Want to learn more about this stellar Theta? Check out these fun facts she shared with us:
     1. My home is a mere 2,770 miles away, just outside the rainy city of Seattle.
     2. My older sister Sarah (by blood, but also an in-house Theta alum) made me petrified of the Titanic, so don't show me pictures because I cannot guarantee your safety.
     3. I thoroughly enjoy consuming despicable amounts of peanut butter from the jar with a spoon (another fun fact: my co-conspirator is my fellow Theta sister Ashlynne Watts).

"I'm most excited about coming in like a dark horse," Emileigh says (cue the Katy Perry music). "I'm looking forward to surprising people with what we bring to the competition. Unique concept, choreography, music, props and costumes makes for a great show." Greek Sing will be held on April 10 at 7:00 pm in the Auburn Arena and is open to the public, so if you have the chance to come see the incredible choreography and performance that Emileigh has put together it's worth your time!

Monday, February 3, 2014

We've Been Busy!!

With the semester in full swing, the Gamma Omegas have been BUSY with no intentions of slowing down soon! In the past week alone, we've had three days of cancelled class for snow (which lead to tons of cute pictures in the snow!) and celebrated Founders' Day!

And on behalf of the entire chapter, we would like to thank our wonderful alumnae who came to the Hotel at Auburn University to celebrate Founders' Day with us! We are so thankful for what you've done for the chapter and wouldn't be where we are today without you!

But that's not all! Several of our sisters also participated in the third Auburn University Dance Marathon this weekend! This 12-hour fundraiser benefits Children's Miracle Network and requires all participants to stay on their feet for 12 hours straight! They dance, play games and much more - and it's all FOR THE KIDS!

Friday, January 10, 2014


We are so excited to start off 2014 with all of our wonderful sisters! All of the new officers have BIG PLANS for this year and we cannot wait to share all our great ideas and projects with you!

But before we get to the whole 'New Year' thing, let's focus on what really matters - THE AUBURN FOOTBALL SEASON THIS YEAR. Talk about incredible, right? We're so proud to be part of the Auburn Family and could not have asked for a more wonderful football experience!

From Atlanta...

To Toomer's Corner...

And all the way to Pasadena...


We hope that you are just excited as we are to start 2014 and get things rolling! And don't forget to check back frequently to see what the Gamma Omegas are up to!

Thursday, December 19, 2013


Well, it's been an incredible year! Thank you to all the officers of 2013. Your dedication to this chapter has definitely paid off. We wouldn't be where we are without you! 

Goodbye, old Exec...
Hello, new!
And to all the 2014 officers, get ready for the best year of your life. It's the most rewarding experience, and we can't wait to see where you take our chapter. We're behind you 100%! With that being said, happy holidays everyone. See ya in 2014! 

Tacky Christmas Party

It's the tack, tackiest season of all! December is the perfect time of year to wear reindeer vests, jingle bell earrings, tinsel skirts, and santa turtlenecks. Why? Well why not? No one will judge, I promise. Our Tacky Christmas date party was a huge success. It was a great way for us to end the semester as we prepared for finals week. Special thanks to The Hound for hosting the event!