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Why Go Chi O?
Letters from our Members

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I joined Chi O because from the moment I entered the house during the first round of rush I genuinely felt at home. I could see from every girl I talked to how everyone is themselves and how unique everyone in Chi O is. In my years in Chi O, I truly think I’ve grown into a better and fuller version of myself. Living in the house was one of my favorite experiences. I got to know each girl in my pledge class so well throughout the year and even now that we all live apart, every time I see anyone it’s like no time has passed. I love everyone in this chapter and everything about Chi O. It was the best decision I ever made.

Katie Herndon, PC 19

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I went XO because the girls made me feel like sunshine. Throughout rush, I knew they were the people I wanted to come home and cry to after a bad day, but also rejoice in the good things with! These girls encourage individuality and kindness and I cannot say enough good things about them. They have become some of my very very best friends and I would choose Chi O again and again every single day.

Eva Grace Hecht, PC 21

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Coming from somewhere as far away, culturally and physically, as California, I was eager to find my community at UNC. During recruitment, I felt an overwhelming sense of excitement from the women I met. They were excited to get to know me for who I was, a nervous 18 year old who was stressed about finding a group of women who would be my home away from home. Before recruitment, I knew I would never want to change my personality to fit into any group. Quickly, I realized I would never have to worry about that with Chi O. Three semesters later, I can confidently say being in Chi O has embraced me for who I am.  Even beyond that, I have been pushed and encouraged to be the most authentic version of myself and have been made all the better for it.

Caroline Lammersen, PC 20

    

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My name is Liza, and I’m in PC 22. 

 

I went through the rush process hoping to find a sisterhood that would not only enhance my experience at UNC-CH, but also provide a bond that would last a lifetime. Chi O has given me a community of people that do nothing but make me laugh, support me, and help me to become a better person each day.

 

One thing that is so unique to Chi O is that you will never meet a stranger – each person that is in Chi O wants you to be there and will make sure that you feel loved and known. From the first day of rush, I knew that Chi O was a special place because of the diverse group of people that somehow feel like family as soon as you meet them. Every time I go to the house, I am welcomed by whomever I see walking in the door, and I feel so at home being in Big Yellow.

 

Joining Chi O has been the best choice I have made since coming to UNC and has truly been such a blessing. I am forever grateful for all that Chi O has given me, and I can’t wait to see what else comes from this amazing group of people. 

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xoxo,
Liza Wolcott, Class of 2026

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I joined Chi O because I was looking for a place where I could go up to anyone, completely be myself, and feel welcomed and loved. That is exactly what I found! At Chi O, sitting next to someone you have never met before and ending lunch, laughing with a new best friend is not a rare experience. 

I have truly never met people as kind, generous, and funny as the friends I have made since becoming a Chi O. I am thrilled to be a part of such a unique group of girls who love each other through thick and thin, and I will forever be thankful for Chi O. It has played an enormous role in making my freshman year at UNC one of the best years of my life, and I can't wait for the next three with these amazing people!

xoxo,
Alex Cory, Class of 2026

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