Delta Xi Nu Sorority, Inc.
DELTA XI NU SORORITY, INC. was established at Texas A&M University on October 7th, 1997 by five extraordinary women who embarked on the mission of creating an organization where women of all cultures and backgrounds would feel welcomed, in addition to educating and serving their community. Being from all different races, nationalities, and religions themselves, they wanted to help teach the world that it was their differences that had brought them together and made them stronger. The organization’s founding mothers are Rena Kharbat, Jaime Slaughter, Jetje Brewton, Adrienne Magirl, and Lesliam Quiros. Being Palestinian, African American, Dutch, Irish/Mexican, and Puerto Rican, the founding mothers wanted to show the world that it was their differences that had brought them together and made them stronger.
For the last 20 years, Delta Xi Nu Multicultural Sorority, Inc. has been committed to the promotion of diversity and cultural awareness among college campuses and communities around the nation and throughout the world. Their purpose is to promote multiculturalism by educating the community and peers about diversity and the importance of cultural awareness. Their sisters, who are also known as “Xi Honeys”, lead by example, act with passion, and embrace all cultures in the task of educating others in a variety of issues. Members fulfill this goal by participating in numerous community activities and volunteer work throughout the community and alongside other fraternities, sororities, and campus organizations.