What is it like to be a General Member?
I remember how it felt to be a rosebud (or rosebaby) in Helenes. My friends and I always joke that in Helenes you get “hazed with love” - everyone posts on your facebook wall with funny gifs, and you immediately have 20 or so new sisters with a place to call home on campus. My rosebud class! Joining Helenes my freshman year, I was still undecided about my major, my career, and even what I really wanted out of my time in college. The older (and definitely wiser) Helenes would
Best Helenes Moment
Last semester was my first semester as the Helenes Director of Membership (DOM). I am probably biased, but it truly is one of the greatest positions I think anyone could have in this organization. One of my favorite Helenes memories was towards the end of last semester. Kylie, our president, along with some other E-boarders worked really hard to plan a new event: the Helenes “interest” session. This interest session was meant to give us an additional opportunity to do what w
Favorite Helenes Memory ❤️
I’ve never considered myself a particularly big or tall person (unless I’m around elementary schoolers, but even then, 5th graders can be pretty tall). When people meet me, they often tell me, “wow you’re so small and cute!” So when I became a little, everything came very naturally. My big, Annie Song, spoiled me with snacks and hugs and compliments as we bonded over our love for Washington, sitcoms, and concerts. I was her little in every sense of the word: I was smaller, yo
Helenes Love: Cayla Yasukochi
Oh, where do I even begin with my lovely Nabisco Teddy Graham? I suppose with one of the many qualities that set this real-life angel apart from the rest of us mere mortals: her incredible empathy. In a world that’s constantly bombarding us with notifications, emails, and reminders to do, it gets a little harder to slow down, listen, and understand. Cayla, on the other hand, has mastered all of these things. She’s the kind of person who may not always know exactly what you’re