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Chapter Spotlight: Arizona State - Alpha LambdaIt is with great honor to announce that the Alpha-Lambda chapter of Phi Sigma Rho at Arizona State University was awarded Panhellenic Chapter of the Year for 2017. Each year, the Panhellenic sororities complete Standards of Excellence where points are given through performance in the following categories:• Academic Achievement• Chapter Operations• Recruitment/Intake• New Member Education• Member Development• Leadership & Campus Involvement• Service & Philanthropy• Risk Management• Financial Management• Alumni, Volunteer, and Parent EngagementPartial points may be awarded as bonus points for exceeding standards. The founding members and current actives have been working hard since our colonizing back in the Fall of 2014. With a lot of hard work and determination, the chapter had perfect scores in nine of the ten categories. We thank our founding President, Taylor Coco for building us from the ground up. Special thanks to our former chapter President, Madysen Kolker for her hard work and pushing everyone in the Alpha-Lambda chapter to continue to strive towards the best.PRL,Alpha-Lambda ChapterActive Spotlight: Emily Mormile, University of Cincinnati - Alpha BetaMajor: Mechanical EngineeringCurrent Job: Engineering Co-op at GE AviationWhat is the title of the last book you read and are there any messages you can share from it?Who Moved My Cheese? by Dr. Spencer Johnson - This book was actually recommended to myself and the rest of the co-ops at GE Aviation over the summer by the CEO. The short story teaches you about how to deal with change in the workplace and adapt to your forever changing surroundings. You learn what attitudes can help or hinder your future success and how to enjoy and embrace the changes that you face in everyday life. I highly recommend this quick read.Phi Sigma Rho has impacted my life by: From simple class or job help, to being there for me during some of the roughest times during my college career so far, Phi Sigma Rho has helped me to  nd an amazing group of women who are willing to support me in so many di erent ways. I have made so many friendships and memories to last a lifetime within Phi Rho. I have grown to become a better leader, scholar, friend, and sister due to Phi Rho and everything this organization has done for me, and for that, I am forever grateful.Favorite quote or motto: “No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.” – Robin WilliamsBest piece of advice you’ve ever received: The best piece of advice I have received is to not waste time doing things in your life that don’t make you happy. What is the point of being miserable at your job, in your classes, or in any other activities, when your time could be better spent doing things that you truly enjoy doing? There’s absolutely no reason why people should go throughout their lives not doing the things that make them happy. Don’t worry about what anyone else will think. As long as you’re happy and your thriving, then there is nothing that can stop you from living your best life.Fall 2018 9

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