Morgan McLean- Hi, I'm Morgan McLean, and I am a freshman history education major. I joined ESA this past fall, and I can 100% say that joining was the best part of last semester! When I moved on to campus in the fall, I felt super isolated from everyone on campus. I ended up going to lunch with a girl, and she mentioned the idea of rushing for a sorority, and I swear I was already tuning it out. When I came to college, I had no desire to rush because I had heard about how much of a toxic experience it is. However, I did listen in when she mentioned that ESA didn't cut, and they focused so much on service. For a few days, I thought about it, and I talked with my mom and some close friends from high school, and they all said to go for it; this sounds like the perfect fit for you. So, I took a chance, and I signed up for rush. I remember how excited I was to have something on my calendar that I was actually looking forward to! Rush week to me was like the light at the end of the tunnel! I began making so many new friends, and I finally felt like myself again. I actually started loving being at Illinois State and having something more to do than just homework! I couldn't wait to pledge. While last semester wasn't the way I had always imagined college, the best thing I did was rush ESA, and I had so much fun at all the various zooms. I can't wait for the next three and 1/2 years to make so many more amazing memories, and hopefully soon, those memories will be in person!! 

Maggie Schremp-  Hi! I am Maggie Schremp and I rushed Epsilon Sigma Alpha in the Fall of 2019. All throughout high school, I was very involved in various sports and clubs so I knew in college I wanted to be involved as well. I wanted to try something new that got me out of my comfort zone while creating lifelong friendships. After doing some research, I found ESA and knew that that's what I wanted to be a part of! I have met some of my best friends through ESA and it has allowed me to give back to my community as well. It was so fun to be apart of events like Up Til Dawn and weekly sisterhoods! ESA has also taught me great leadership skills. In 2020 I became a part of the executive board and it has really given me so many skills that I can take with me in my future endeavors. I highly encourage girls to join ESA! Step out of your comfort zone, it will be so worth it!! 

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