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Her name is Rachel Durham but back in Malawi she is known as Chisomo, meaning Grace, which is the name Durham was given by the people in the village of Kwenda on her trek with Circle of Sisterhood. After two-years of fundraising and a change in location, the Panhellenic Association at the University of Tennessee […]

¡Somos BuildOn! ¡Somos BuildOn! ¡¡Somos BuildOnnnnnn!! The simple yet unifying phrase our Circle of Sisterhood trek team would join in every morning before starting on the worksite—translating to “We are BuildOn.” Not they are, or you are, or I am… We are, all together, collectively, as one team. After that refrain, the workday would commence. […]

There is a simple reason that I support the Circle of Sisterhood: I support sorority women and I support women in leadership roles. I am a better man because of the women who have helped develop me in my life and I believe in paying it forward. I believe that if you have been positively […]

Circle of Sisterhood is new to the University of Michigan-Dearborn’s campus, so the sorority women were both eager and interested to learn more about the organization and how they could get involved. The Panhellenic community at the University of Michigan-Dearborn (UMD) campus promotes the interests of three Panhellenic sororities; Delta Phi Epsilon, Phi Mu, and […]

In May 2015, Circle of Sisterhood presented a $5,000 grant to the Refugee Women’s Self Sufficiency Program of Exodus Refugee Immigration, a “private, non-sectarian, and non-profit refugee resettlement agency dedicated to assisting refugees to rebuild their lives in freedom and to succeed in life.” The program provides support and assistance specific to female refugees needs […]