Zeta Pi of Sigma Kappa is like a garden. Each person is a different flower. On bid day, we were nothing but seeds being planted into the soil of this sorority. Slowly, we grew our roots, became comfortable with the unfamiliar surroundings.
Our roots became entwined with one another, inseparable bonds were made with the other flowers, and each individual seed was starting to become part of a community.
We grew even more, and as we moved on another year we saw the first glimpses of the glorious, golden beams of light that hit our bare green sprouts.
The sun was so warm; we stretched and stretched until our stems grew high, leaves bounding from ourselves as we discovered more about who we are. We became lush and green, thriving together in our garden. Every once in a while, our delicate frames were faced with harsh weather, endless rain or frigid temperatures, but we stayed strong. We used one another’s leaves to shelter ourselves, and work as a team against the obstacles.
Finally, we blossomed, all of us into something completely unique. Flowers of all different shape, height, and color. Each and every one beautiful and bright with the excitement of the new life awaiting them. Our garden has matured into a magnificent, fascinating thing of beauty. And although we are all different, we compliment one another brilliantly.
Zeta Pi Fun Facts
-- Chapter Rock – Lepidolite
-- Chapter Vegetable – Zucchini
-- The Zeta Pi chapter was established at the Colorado School of Mines in 1980