Alpha Xi Delta reinstalled as a chapter at WKU

Amanda Reynolds

After almost 10 years of absence from WKU’s campus, Alpha Xi Delta sorority was reinstalled this semester.

Alpha Xi became a colony on campus in September to meet to growing demands of the Greek system.

“We look forward to continuing our history at WKU,” Sandi Edwards, Alpha Xi Delta’s National President, said in a press release. “The Chapter has already contributed so much to this campus and our Sisterhood.”

The new chapter also initiated 61 members on the same day.

“I couldn’t be more proud of the other 60 colony members of Alpha Xi Delta,” Chapter President Tori Henry said. “We are all the strongest we have ever been in our lives and couldn’t be more excited to make the Epsilon Kappa Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta reflect our strength.”

Henry said the organization has many upcoming plans.

“Future plans for Alpha Xi Delta include continued development of our awesome sisterhood, recruitment preparations for the fall, Greek week preparations and furthering our involvement on WKU’s campus and the Bowling Green community,” she said.