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Z-Chis co-host “Love Around the World”


Z-Chis from the University of South Carolina take a pic at the Love Around the World event on Feb. 13. The program was co-hosted by Zeta Sigma Chi in collaboration with other greek organizations on USC’s campus, and featured dance lessons, free food, and a discussion on how love is expressed in various cultures.

Sister Spotlight – Drew Holdwick

Drew Holdwick Epsilon Chapter at the University of Michigan


Line Name:Valiant Lyricist
Major: Communications and Cultural Anthropology
Current Job: Work Study at the Ecology Center, Intern at Vellum Restaurant
Goals: I hope to someday attend the Culinary Institute of America in Napa, CA!
Ambitions: One day, I hope to be an influential chef.
Accomplishments: Upholding Epsilon chapter, graduating with a double major (in two years), making time to cook from scratch as often as possible (not as easy as it sounds in college!!), being vice president of the Multicultural Greek Council at the University of Michigan.
Why I joined Z-Chi: From the moment I walked into a ZSC event, I knew that this was unlike any other organization on campus. Ever since I crossed into the land of peach and black I have been surrounded by new and interesting personalities and faces, and I believe that we are the true example of multiculturalism. Z-chi is continuously challenging, rewarding, exciting, new, and diverse—exactly how I wanted my life to be!

Sorors from Zeta Sigma Chi’s Region II in Michigan participate in a winter community service event at Forgotten Harvest, a charity that works to relieve hunger in the metro Detroit area. Learn more about Forgotten Harvest and the organization’s mission at