As of December 3, 1999, Sorors
Veronica Arriga and Amanda Redmond were initiated into Lambda Psi Delta Sorority, Inc. The new Sorors have culminated
their membership to the Delta Chapter of Lambda Psi Delta Sorority, Inc. at Our Lady of the Lake University. We would like
to extend our congratulations to the ladies and wish them a joyful and successful beginning.
Soror Veronica Arriga AKA Fire
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Soror Amanda Redmond AKA Lyrical
Email Address: email@example.com
Semester Planning 2000
was a great success. It was held January 16, 2000 in San Antonio, TX. All Delta Chapter Sorors were in attendance, ready to
make the year 2000 a splendid and memorable year. Topics that were discussed:
*Soror Enhancement Projects
The College Resource Center (CRC) was another issue discussed.
It was decided that John F. Kennedy High School, Edgewood Independent School District in San Antonio, TX would be the first
high school that would receive a proposal for the CRC. Soror Lizette Yanes is the CRC Coordinator for the Delta Chapter and
will further communicate with the officials at John F. Kennedy High School. If any Soror would like further information about
the Delta Chapter CRC please contact Soror Yanes at Liz_Yanes@yahoo.com
The following is the list
of the Delta Chapter Executive Board for the Year 2000:
President: Soror Clarice Wright Rikka79@aol.com
President/Secretary: Soror Veronica Arriga firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Soror Amanda Redmond email@example.com
Delta Chapter Advisor: Soror Lizette Yanes Liz_Yanes@yahoo.com
The Executive Board meets every Sunday of every
month at 3:00pm Central Time; for meeting place contact President, Clarice Wright at Rikka79@aol.com. Any Sorors interested
in attending should contact Vice President/Secretary, Soror Veronica Arriga at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2000 LILies
On January 25, 2000 the Delta
Chapter conducted the first informational for the year 2000, Soror Amanda Redmond coordinated the event. Many women attended
anxious to learn more about Lambda Psi Delta Sorority, Inc. and were very surprised at all the accomplishments that have been
made within the eleven months the Delta Chapter has been established.
February 4, 2000 marked the affirmation
of the Delta Chapter LILies for Spring 2000. Soror Amanda Redmond, Interest Coordinator, conducted the LILies Declaration
for Spring 2000. The Delta Chapter LILies are:
Ms. Jennifer Enriquez - email: email@example.com
Ms. Celeste Tello - email:
Ms. Rebecca Alej - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like more information
on the Delta Chapter LILies feel free to contact them at thier email addresses or contact Soror Amanda Redmond at LpsiDDelta@hotmail.com
Soror and Lilie Enhancement
As one the topics discussed
at the Semester Planning Meeting, Sorors attended an enhancement event, which was February 5 2000 at the McNay Art Museum.
Sorors met at 8:00am for an early bird breakfast and then proceeded to the McNay Art Museum. The Museum was hosting an exhibit
on World Culturalism.
The Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum is the first museum of modern art in Texas. The McNay's
founder, for whom the museum is named, was "a discriminating collector, an earnest student of the fine arts and a philanthropist
of the first magnitude." Steadfast in her commitment to "the advancement and enjoyment of modern art," Mrs. McNay's original
bequest included her important art collection, her 24-room Mediterranean-style mansion and the 23 acres upon which it sits
and most of her fortune. The McNay was founded in 1950 and opened to the public four years later.
On February 18, 2000 the
Delta Chapter of Lambda Psi Delta Sorority, Inc. sponsored a fundraiser event in San Antonio, TX featuring music by DJ Dez.
Admission was $5.00 at the door. The fundraiser was a huge success with a large profit! Greeks that were representing were
Alpha Rho Lambda Sorority, Beta Alpha Omega Fraternity, Alpha Omega Sigma Sorority, Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority, Alpha Phi
Omega Fraternity and Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity Interest. If you would like more information on the fundraiser contact
Soror Amanda Redmond, Treasurer at LpsiDDelta@hotmail.com Subject Fundraiser.
The following is a reprint
from a biography in The National Women Hall of Fame web site (www.greatwomen.org), a tribute to women of our civilization.
One of the many women in The Hall of Fame is Amelia Bloomer (1818-1894):
"It was a needed instrument to spread
abroad the truth of a new gospel to woman, and I could not withhold my hand to stay the work I had begun. I saw not the end
from the beginning and dreamed where to my propositions to society would lead me," said Amelia Bloomer, describing her feelings
as the first woman to own, operate and edit a newspaper for women. Bloomer, a woman of modest means and little education,
nevertheless felt driven to work against social injustice and inequity -- and her personal convictions inspired countless
other women to similar efforts.
Bloomer's newspaper, The Lily, began in 1849 in Seneca Falls, New York, where Bloomer
lived after her marriage. The newspaper was initially focused on temperance, but under the guidance of Elizabeth Cady Stanton,
a contributor to the newspaper, the focus soon became the broad issues of women's rights. An intriguing mix of contents ranging
from recipes to moralist tracts, The Lily captivated readers from a broad spectrum of women and slowly educated them not only
about the truth of women's inequities but in the possibilities of major social reform. This first newspaper became a model
for other suffrage periodicals that played a vital role in providing suffrage leaders and followers with a sense of community
and continuity through the long years of the campaigns for the right to vote.
Bloomer was also known for her support
for the outfit of tunic and full "pantelettes," initially worn by actress Fanny Kemble and others, including Stanton. Bloomer
defended the attire in The Lily, and her articles were picked up in The New York Tribune. Soon the outfit was known as "The
Bloomer Costume," even though Bloomer had no part in its creation. Ultimately Bloomer and other feminists abandoned the comfortable
outfit, deciding that too much attention was centered on clothing instead of the issues at hand. Bloomer remained a suffrage
pioneer and writer throughout her life, leading suffrage campaigns in Nebraska and Iowa, as well as writing for a wide array
Up-Coming EventsMarch 13-17, 2000: Spring
Break at OLLU
March 17-19, 2000: Camping Trip @ Pecos River
March 24, 2000: CRC
March 25, 2000: Service
Project @ Houston Area Clean Up
March 31, 2000: CRC