“Getting a big seems to be everyones favorite moment in a sorority and I couldn’t have been happier when Emily and I choose each other. Then I realized I also have a twin. At first, my twin Haley and I were not close at all. We would talk but we really didn’t make a connection until our big graduated. With our big out in the real world, we found a special connection with each other. At this point, I can’t imagine my life without her. It is unbelievable how similar we are. We can talk about anything and always find a way to relate to each other. I love her to the moon and back and will ALWAYS be there for her. Best twins.” – Frana Hardoby

“You can be sure that the American spirit will prevail over this tragedy.”
– American War Veteran
September 11th will be a day that will never be forgotten and all of those who fought for us after the traumatic day should be admired. For the 12th anniversary this year, our chapter came together with the other woman of our Greek community to spread awareness and thanks to all of those men and women who fight for our country. Delta Gammas Service for Sight: Joining Forces program was created to aid service members, in all branches of the military, who have injuries resulting in vision loss. Service for Sight: Joining Forces is an adjunct to the existing Delta Gamma Service for Sight philanthropy. The purpose of this initiative is to present a vehicle for Delta Gamma collegians and alumnae to support and give back to those service men and women who have experienced vision impairment, eye trauma or vision loss. To show our passion and love for the troops, our chapter provided yellow ribbons to all the sorority members on campus to represent our support and coming together for this memorable day. We are honored to be partners with such an inspiring program and our chapter plans to do much more with the Joining Forces program in the near future. 

Anchor Freeze 2013

This Fall we will be hosting our annual Anchorman philanthropy event, as well as a brand new event: Anchor Freeze on the weekend of October 18 and 19th. Due to the rapidly growing Greek community, both internally within our own chapter and externally with other Greek organizations as well as the Kent State community, the Kent Roosevelt Pool is no longer large enough to accommodate our chapter as well as our audience for our usual Anchor Splash event. Our traditional Anchorman event will remain the same. This event is a male pageant where Fraternity men compete to be our next Anchorman, or chapter sweetheart. This event takes place in the KSU ballroom at 7PM on October 18. This year there will also be a people’s choice winner selected by those who attend. Our beloved previous Anchorman, Timothy Dunams, a brother of Alpha Tau Omega has done a fabulous job representing our chapter for 2012-2013. Tim is a wonderful person and has done amazing things within his own chapter and for ours.

            Our new event, Anchor Freeze, will be held at the KSU Ice Arena from 4pm-9pm on October 19. This event will begin with an open skate which is included in the price of admission followed by a broomball tournament where a racket of Fraternities and a bracket of Sororities will compete to win the Broomball tournament. Because this is our first year hosting this event, we are really excited to bring a different and unique event to our campus. All of our proceeds to go Service for Sight, our philanthropy that helps the blind. I am excited to see this event carry over in the next few years and know that me, our president Melanie Pozuc, and our Director of Fundraising, Alli Hubbell started this awesome new event that as seniors.

We have our highest goal to date of $18,000 this Fall. To help:

Delta Gamma Foundation

1068 Fraternity Circle Kent, OH 44240

  • Come to one of our events the weekend of October 18 & 19

Thank you all so much for your support and hope you are just as excited as we are! If you have any questions, contact me, Kalee Donofrio, at or Alli Hubbell at