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#FlyHighPhiMuAngels Alpha Eta sends their sincerest thanks to everyone for your love and support during this time.
Alpha Eta received an overall chapter GPA of 3.48, bringing us to the 2nd highest chapter GPA down the row!! 52 members with a 4.0 or better: Jennifer Baker Hannah Bordelon Kimberly Boudreaux Jennie Bouzigard Amanda Bowers Julianne Chastain Greta Collet Caroline Cook-Glaser Miranda Cottingham Cathryn […]
Congratulations to our Spring 2019 graduates! We wish you the best of luck in the next steps you take in life. Just remember that 4090 West Lakeshore Drive will always be your home away from home!
Spring Break was such fun, especially spending it with our sisters! Girls traveled a couple hours or even days across the country for their trips. Whether having fun in the sun or hitting the slopes in the snow, Spring Break 2019 was definitely one for […]
For our 2019 Sisterhood Retreat, we took a trip to the new Top Golf in Baton Rouge! We had such a great time and are so grateful for our Sisterhood Chairs for setting up such a fun event!
Our girls had so much fun as we ended off the Spring 2019 semester with our annual Red, White, and Mu! Loads of crawfish and music provided by Parish County Line made it a great day!
An evening with our sisters is always so much fun! Phi Mu Formal 2019 was held at Nottoway Plantation and the freshman’s formal presentation was at The Lake House.
Mary Claire Upton
Phi Mu Alpha Eta’s GPA average for the Fall 2018 semester was 3.439, bringing us to the third highest chapter GPA down the row. Fifty-five girls earned a 4.0 or above and one-hundred and five girls earned between a 3.5-3.99.
The highest GPA in the chapter was a 4.3, earned by Madeline Adams, Julianne Chastain, Keely Head, and Macie Hunt!
Congratulations! Job well done!
Alpha Eta welcomed the Louisiana First Lady, Donna Edwards, to the Phi Mu house for dinner this past Monday, where our President, Lindsey Berns, and the First Lady (who is also a Phi Mu) were inducted into the Mortar Board Society. Governor John Bel Edwards […]