New sorority for Georgia State Latina students

A new sorority chapter recently joined Georgia State. The Alpha Pi Chapter of Sigma Lambda Upsilon/Señoritas Latinas Unidas Sorority, Inc. was founded at Georgia State on Nov. 11.

According to Sigma Lambda Upsilon, the founders decided to bring this chapter to Georgia State to “charter an organization that not only focused on the needs of Latina women, but all women and especially minority students on campus and in our community.”  

The sorority plans to hold various programs next semester that will provide the tools and methods necessary to empower Latina women on our campus and in Latina communities.

The Sigma Lambda Upsilon Sorority said events will cater to the social, informative, and educational needs of students on campus. The sorority also has expectations to collaborate with all of the Greek councils and student organizations on campus in order to create a stronger impact on the student body and reach as many students as possible.

The official officer positions Sigma Lambda Upsilon Sorority as of now are Khyati Shah as the chapter’s president and Tiffany Muñoz as the vice-president. The elections for the remaining officer positions are pending and will be announced soon by the sorority.

Utilizing social media, as well as networking, is an immense tool that the Sigma Lambda Upsilon Sorority are doing to “increase our network of students and worganizations that we reach out to on campus.”

Students can be informed about the chapter’s upcoming activities by following the Georgia State Señoritas on Facebook at