Within the past two years, I have redefined what friendship looks like to me, simply by surrounding myself with a community of people who embody it so well. Best Buddies at Louisiana State University is where it all began. This group of people with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities see no color when it comes to friendship.Read More
“Do not give up. If it is something that matters to you, fight for it and trust in God's plan. Looking back, I know why I didn't win my first two years competing, and I'm glad I did not win then because I would not deserve or appreciate it as much this year. Trust in yourself and through the good times and bad, don't lose yourself. Stay true to your beliefs and your goals will follow in ways you never imagined.”Read More
“My advice to any out of state or in state, nervous, shy, or indecisive girl who does not know if she should take a leap of faith and rush at Louisiana State University, is to do it. The one thing that sticks with every day of my life is to try for the things that seem unreachable, unapproachable, impossible because what if those things become reachable, approachable, and possible through you?”Read More
“Being a legacy is a tricky thing. There are levels to legacies. Some could care less about being a legacy, some are set on following their legacies and some girls aren’t even legacies. Somewhere among those levels was me.”Read More
“On the silk, I do not feel like I am working out, but performing some kind of dance or act…..”Read More
“There’s a saying in Zeta Tau Alpha that “Zeta is Forever”. I never really understood what that meant until now. I’m not really sure what the future holds. Sarah wants to move back to Florida, and I want to go wherever the wind takes me. We may be countries or minutes apart, who knows. But one thing I do know is Zeta gave me a Big and a best friend that I will have forever, and I couldn’t be more grateful.”Read More
Seven Zeta members answer questions about what it’s like to live in the ZTA house.Read More
Ashton Burger shares her experiences after studying abroad for a whole semester at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland.Read More
Sarah Elliot poses in front of the "Cookies and Crowns" banner. Elliot was excited to serve cookies and memories to the LSU community.Read More
Coming from out of state, I didn’t have many friends at LSU, but I knew after opening my bid to Zeta Tau Alpha it wouldn’t be long before I had 300+ lovely ladies to call my friends/sisters. Going through rush I had my heart set on getting a big sister. I’m an only child, so it’s always been a dream of mine to have a big sister. Thankfully, I hit the jackpot.Read More
Keighley Kelley and Alyssa Hooter talk about competing in Miss LSU and having a support system through Zeta Tau Alpha.
Congrats to Keighley for winning second runner up as a freshman - what a great accomplishment!Read More
Recruitment may be scary when you go through (I know it was for me!), but it's also a once in a lifetime opportunity to meet wonderful women in your community. For me it was important that I find a home away from home, so joining ZTA was the best the experience I could have ever had.
I wanted to share a little bit about my wonderful assistants helping me make everything possible. Take a closer look!Read More