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    In Fall 2004, Zeta Phi Beta was revitalized on the campus of The George Washington University as a colony. What started out with two sorors, Loryn Wilson and Stephanie Samuel, then blossomed into an organization of six women. On January 28, 2006, the Xi Sigma chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated was charted by members, Loryn Wilson, Katrina Minor, Nicole Williams, Shirli Tay, Cherelle Kantey and Davie Yarborough. The chapter has since continued to grow into a flourishing chapter that consists of both successful alumni and prospering active members.


    Currently, Xi Sigma focuses its energy on community service and campus involvement. The March of Dimes Walk, volunteering with the Ronald McDonald House, and various Z-HOPE events that promote the principles of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. are just a few of the unique aspects that make this an outstanding chapter. After its chartering, Xi Sigma chapter received recognition in the GW Hatchet, GW-TV and won five awards, including the Silver Award for Office of Greek Life Chapter Excellence. Xi Sigma chapter plans to strive for excellence and exemplify the principles of Scholarship, Service, Sisterly Love, and Finer Womanhood well into the future.






Xi Sigma Chapter History

X-Quisite Xi Sigma


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