The Deltas at the College of William and Mary are stunning!
The Mu Upsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. recently did a chapter photo shoot and the photos came out beautifully.
Mu Upsilon is passionate about service and creating a safe space for the students of the Black community that are attending their predominately white institution. Their chapter is the first Black Greek letter sorority to be chartered at the College, chartered on February 7, 1976. These women pride themselves on being leaders at their university, which is historically the birthplace of Greek life in the United States of America through the establishment of Phi Beta Kappa in 1776.
The chapter genuinely loves spending time with one another, and building on what sisterhood means to them. They raise funds to support local and international non-profits, mentor young ladies in their community, and support initiatives that focus on social-justice. These women believe that when you do something, you do it right and to the best of your ability. Mu Upsilon loves growing and being of influence to others through the power of their sisterhood in Delta.
Watch the video they created featuring their photos below.
Uploaded to YouTube by DeLauren Davis
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