Back to "Life" Guide

Headed back to school or the regular work flow? Check out this guide! Whether you're looking for clothes, supplies, routines, or tips, this list should provide some guidance.


Need pencils, pens, folders, binders, erasers, staples, tape, staplers, envelopes, rubber bands, paper clips, Post It notes, desk caddies, planners, tab pages, labels, highlighters, White Out and all of that jazz? Go to these fine retailers and websites!



Dollar Tree

Office Max


Office Depot

Tip #1: Make a list! Going into one of these stores thinking you just need some Post Its and perhaps a box of tissues, but you'll get so caught in maybe you need glue sticks and cat food too!--even though you don't have a cat. Write up a list to keep you organized. Here's a couple of templates for you:

Tip #2: Coupons are your friend. I know it seems super silly to sit there with scissors and clip, but it will save you so much $$$$$. Go to the Dollar Tree and grab a Sunday paper, sit down with some nice tunes, and just go through and clip coupons for stuff on your checklist. Organize them in an envelope so they're ready to go at check out. Also, go to RetailMeNot! They have specific coupons for you and your shopping needs. 

Tip #3: Don't wait to go shopping. Everyone and their mother is going to be packed wall to wall in every Walmart and Target in the country from now until well into September--making supplies scarce and the experience very annoying. It also makes it less likely you'll snag sales and deals. Go shopping as soon as you can, when you can. Break it up if you have to.

Tip #4: Don't buy it just because you might need it. I have enough orange highlighters, #2 yellow pencils, and funky little erasers that any human should ever own or that I will need simply because I thought I would need them at the time when I was in the store because I was excited about buying supplies. Now, I may be the only person in the world that gets excited about that, but it's still a good tip.


Time to transition from flowy, loose and light summer clothes to a warmer, more breezy brisk friendly wardrobe. That means new clothes, accessories or closet clean outs/ups! These retailers and websites are the best for both in store and online shopping for all of your clothing needs.



Your local mall
A mall is like shopping online in real life, if that makes sense. You are surrounded by plenty of options that allow you to make all kinds of choices and expand your horizons.

Get some new shoes or boots...and don't forget to check out our new Boot Bling.

TJ Maxx

Charlotte Russe


27 Underrated Online Stores

Tip #1: Shop for you. When you are shopping for clothes or shoes or whatever, always keep in mind YOUR budget, YOUR style, YOUR comfort level, and YOUR body. Your wardrobe speaks to who you are and it will influence how you feel.

Tip #2: Sales! Check out your favorite retailers for semi-annual sales, door busters, or rewards sales.

Tip #3: Try something new.

Tip #4: Shop ahead. While it's still summer, you may be able to find winter apparel and fall apparel cheaper before the season starts.

Tip #5: Closet clean outs. Get together with your friends to help them organize their closets and do a bit of shopping in each other's closets.

Tip #6: Thrift shops are your friends. Also, a lot of retailers have a donation discount if you donate your old clothes.

Welcome Back to the Swing of Things

Switching over your wardrobe-
Make sure to reorganize your closet and drawers to be fall ready. Don't forget to store your clothes properly, so that you can find them easily next summer and they are still in a condition to wear!

End of the season yard sale-
Have a final summertime hurrah with a yard sale. Clean out your closet, kitchen and living room of clutter and sit out for one last nice sunny day. Get a few friends involved and make it a party or even a mini flea market.

New recipes-
Try some new dishes or change it up from summer to fall! Go to your local book store and peruse the recipe books ore go to for some really sensational seasonal snacks. 

Summer cleaning-
The tradition is normally spring cleaning, but summer cleaning isn't a bad idea either. You can open up all of the windows, let the house/apartment air out a bit and get some cleaning done nice and slow throughout the day. Starting out clean and tidy will make for organization a lot easier in the adjustment back to every day life.

If you're headed off to college or somewhere new, GET OFF THE INTERNET RIGHT NOW AND GO PACK YOUR STUFF. I know you're not done. Go. Now. Pack with some kind of strategy, but don't let it ruin your life. If you get a collection of people over--using the incentive of beer, pizza, tunes and good fun--it'll make the process a lot easier and enjoyable.

Finish up your summer wish list. 

We hope you had an amazing summer! Good luck this fall!

Dorm Room: Southern Style

Moving into a new place can be both an exhilarating and frightening experience, so it's good to be prepared for anything! Whether you're off to college to move into a cramped dorm room, a fancy loft, a studio apartment, or your first home, check out these tips, sites and essentials to make your living place feel like a home...which is the Southern Style.

Here is a basic guideline checklist to get you started. If this one doesn't seem to fit your needs perfectly, use it as a template for your own! Making a checklist of what you need, what you have and what you have to buy is a really great first step in moving.


When it comes to buying appliances there are plenty of factors that come into play: price, convenience, look, practicality, etc. When I went shopping for my dorm/apartment, I went to Walmart and grabbed things that were in my price range and that's all that I looked for. This made my wallet happy, but I wasn't all that surprised when my microwave crapped out on me half way into the school year--not dissing Walmart microwaves by any stretch of the imagination, I just didn't check ahead to see the wattage compatibilities from the microwave to my room! Who'da thunk? Keep a few factors in mind when shopping for your home.
Important Before You Buy Appliances Tips

Appliances You May Need to Consider:
Major Appliances-
-Washing machine
-Dish washer

Other Appliances-
-Toaster oven
-Coffee maker
-Crock pot
-Food Saver Sealer

Tech Appliances-
When it comes to shopping for tech, make sure these purchases aren't made on a whim. Do a bit of research before selecting these items, especially to see if you can get student discounts and such.
-Desktop computer
-DSLR camera
-Cell phone
-DVD player
-Blu Ray player

Shopping for Appliances in Stores:
HH Gregg
Best Buy
Home Depot or Lowes
Home Goods

Shopping for Appliances Online:
US Appliance
AJ Madison


The kitchen can arguably be one of the most important implements of any living space--especially southern style. So, whether you are cramming into a dorm room that doesn't even have a counter top let alone a kitchen, or a house complete with a six place stove and oven, these tips should help!
Setting Up a Functional Kitchen
Kitchen Essentials Guide

Home Goods
Kitchen Kapers

Casserole dishes
Baking pans
Mixing bowl
Hand mixer
Tablespoon/teaspoon set
Measuring cups (dry)
Measuring cups (wet)
Rubber spatula
Oven mitts
Pot holders
Cooling racks
Baking stone

Mixing spoon
Serving spoon
Ceramic bowl
Microwave safe items
Cutting/carving knives
Cutting board



Dish towels
Place mats
Dust pan
Trash can
Dish soap
Spice rack
Paper towels
Drying rack

Living Room

Even in a small dorm you may find that you have some type of common area or living room. This is kind of like a second bedroom that you share with the world--what the heck does that mean?! Well, this room is a homey reflection of how you feel about your home and how you would like your guests to feel while they are in your home. This is a fun room to decorate, furnish and have fun in.

Home Goods
Five Below
Ashley Home Furniture
Raymour & Flannigan

Rooms to Go

Entertainment center
Storage (cabinets, drawers, table/shelf hybrid, etc)

The most important thing you can do for your house/dorm/apartment is to make it a home. Surround yourself with your comforts, memories and the necessities, and you'll be okay.  




Chris Young
(buy tickets here)
June 18th- Trail Ends Concert Park (Sheridan, WY) 
June 20th- Moondance Festival (Walker, MN) 
June 25th- Innsbrook Pavilion (Glen Allen, VA) 
June 26th- Big Barrel Country Festival (Dover, DE) 
June 27th- Whitaker Bank Ballpark (Lexington, KY) 
July 2nd- Fair St. Louis (St. Louis, MO) 
July 4th- Buffalo Hill Village (Varysburg, NY) 
July 5th- Three Rivers Regatta (Pittsburgh, PA) 
July 9th- Country Concert at Hickory Hill Lakes (Ft. Laramie, OH) 
July 10th- Centennial Terrace (Sylvania, OH)
July 11th- Windy City Smokeout (Chicago, IL)
July 12th- Hodag Country Festival (Rhinelander, WI)
July 16th- Theater at Westbury (Westbury, NY)
July 17th- Sherman Summer Stage at Mr. Airy Casino (Mt. Pocono, PA)
July 18th- Indian Ranch (Webster, MA)
July 19th- Provident Bank Park (Pomona, NY) 
July 24th- Guthrie's River Ruckus (Guthrie Center, IA) 
July 25th- Coldspring Brewing Company (Cold Spring, MN) 
July 31st- Big Valley Jamboree (Camrose, AB)  
August 1st- Rockin' River Music Festival (Merritt, BC)
August 2nd- Gorge Amphitheater (Quincy, WA)
August 7th- Bootheel Rodeo (Sikestone, MO)
August 8th- Wisconsin State Fair Park (West Allis, WI)
August 13th- Pacific Amphitheater (Costa Mesa, CA) 
August 14th- Emerald Queen Casino (Tacma, WA)
August 16th- Willamette Country Music Festival (Brownsville, OR)
August 20th- Motor Mile Speedway (Radford, VA)
August 21st- Pancho Villa Pavilion (Fredericksburg, VA)
August 22nd- Cuyahoga Country Fairgrounds (Berea, OH)
August 27th- Genesee County Fair (Mount Morris, MI)
August 28th- Emmet-Charlevoix County Fair (Petoskey, MI)
August 29th- City of Elizabethtown Summer Concert (Elizabethtown, KY)
August 30th- Hulman Center at Indiana State University (Terre Haute, IN)

Jason Aldean
(buy tickets here)
June 20th- Lambeau Field (Green Bay, WI) 
June 27th- CenturyLink Field (Seattle, WA)  
July 9th- RBC Royal Bank Blyesfest (Ottawa, ON) 
July 11th- Scotiabank Saddledome (Caligary, AB) 
July 12th- Craven Country Jamboree (Craven, SK)
July 17th- First Midwest Bank Amphitheater (Tinley Park, IL)
July 18th & 19th- Target Field (Minneapolis, MN)  
July 24th- California Mid-State Fair (Paso Robles, CA)
July 25th- Rose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)
August 1st- Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City, MO)
August 8th- Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Denver, CO)
August 13th- Darien Lake Performing Arts Center (Darien Center, NY)
August 14th- Delaware Junction Festival (Harrington, DE)
August 15th- MetLifeStadium (East Rutherford, NJ)
August 21st- Klipsch Music Center (Indianapolis, IN)
August 22nd- Hollywood Casino Amphitheater (St. Louis, MO)
August 23rd- Riverbend Music Center (Cincinnati, OH)
August 28th & 29th- Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, MA)
September 3rd- Farm Bureau Live (Virginia Beach, VA)
September 4th- PNC Music Pavilion (Charlotte, NC)
September 5th- Walnut Creek Amphitheater (Raleigh, NC)
September 10th- The Pavilion at Montage Mountain (Scranton, PA)
September 11th- First Niagara Pavilion (Pittsburgh, PA)
September 12th- Jiffy Lube Live (Washington, DC)
September 17th- Molson Amphitheater (Toronto, ON)
September 18th- DTE Energy Music Theater (Clarkston, MI)
September 19th- Blossom Music Center (Cleveland, OH)
September 24th- United Supermarkets Arena (Lubbock, TX)
September 25th- Pan American Center (Las Cruces, NM)
September 26th- Rogers Arena (Vancouver, BC)

Shania Twain
(buy tickets here)
June 15th- MTS Centre (Winnipeg, Canada)
June 19th & 20th- Budweiser Gardens (London, Canada) 
June 22nd- First Ontario Centre (Hamilton, Canada)
June 24th & 25th- Air Canada Centre (Toronto, Canada)
June 27th- Wesley Clover Field (Nepean, Canada)
June 28th- Cente Bell (Montreal, Canada)
June 30th- Madison Square Garden (New York, NY)
July 1st- Nassau Coliseum (Uniondale, NY)
July 3rd- Mohegan Sun Arena (Uncasville, CT)
July 7th- Prudential Center (Newark, NJ)
July 8th- TD Garden (Boston, MA)
July 10th- Consol Energy Center (Pittsburgh, PA)
July 11th- Van Andel Arena (Grand Rapids, MI)
July 13th- Bankers Life Fieldhouse (Indianapolis, IN)
July 15th- Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena (Jacksonville, FL)
July 16th- American Airlines Arena (Miami, FL)
July 18th- Bon Secours Wellness Arena (Greenville, SC)
July 19th- Time Warner Cable Arena (Charlotte, NC)
July 21st- Verizon Center (Washington, DC)
July 22nd- Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia, PA)
July 25th- Palace of Auburn Hills (Auburn Hills, MI)
July 26th- I Wireless Center (Moline, IL)
July 28th- Target Center (Minneapolis, MN)
July 29th- Allstate Arena (Rosemont, IL)
July 31st- Bridgestone Arena (Nashville, TN)
August 1st- Philips Arena (Atlanta, GA)
August 3rd- KFC Yum! Center (Louisville, KY)
August 4th- Scottrade Center (St. Louis, MO)
August 6th- Wells Fargo Arena (Des Moines, IA)
August 7th- Sprint Center (Kansas City, MO)
August 9th- Frank Erwin Center (Austin, TX)
August 10th- Chesapeake Energy Arena (Oklahoma City, OK)
August 14th- Pepsi Center (Denver, CO)
August 15th- Energy Solutions Arena (Salt Lake City, UT)
August 17th- SAP Center (San Jose, CA) 
August 19th- Honda Center (Anaheim, CA)
August 20th- Staples Center (Los Angeles, CA)
August 22nd- Valley View Casino Center (San Diego, CA)
August 23rd- Save Mart Center (Fresno, CA)
September 12th- Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA)
September 13th- Moda Center at the Rose Quarter (Portland, OR)

LeAnn Rimes
(buy tickets here)
June 13th- Wild Adventures Theme Park (Valdosta, GA)
June 26th- Bud Country Fever (Grande Prairie, AB)
June 27th- Canadian Rockies International Rodeo & Music Festival (Strathmore, AB)
June 28th- St. Louis Pride Festival (St. Louis, MO) 
July 3rd- Moapa Palute Travel Plaza (Moapa, NV)
July 31st- Hollywood Casino (Charles Town, WV)
August 2nd- Caesars Atlantic City (Atlantic City, NJ)
August 13th- All Ohio Balloon Festival (Marysville, OH)
August 22nd- Embarcadero Marina Park South (San Diego, CA)
August 23rd- Davies Symphony Hall (San Francisco, CA)
September 11th- Sandy Amphitheater (Sandy, UT)

Kellie Pickler
(buy tickets here)
June 26th- Roswell Park Celebration of Hope (Buffalo, NY)
June 27th- Trump Taj Mahal Etess Arena (Atlantic City, NJ) 
July 2nd- Surf Ballroom (Clear Lake, IA)
July 3rd- Summerfest 2015 (Milwaukee, WI)
July 4th- Naperville Ribfest (Naperville, IL)
July 10th- Bottle and Cork (Dewey Beach, DE)
July 11th- New England Country Music Festival (Potsmouth, NH)
July 18th- PeakFest 2015 (Cortland, NY)
July 22nd- North Dakota State Fair (Minot, ND)
August 16th- Andy Williams Moon River Theater (Branson, MO)
August 22nd- Scioto Downs Racino (Columbus, OH)
September 5th- Gulf Coast Jam (Panama City Beach, FL)

Loretta Lynn
(buy tickets here)
June 26th- FM Kirby Center (Wilkes-Barre, PA)
June 27th- Big Barrel Country Music Festival (Dover, DE)
July 4th- Remembering Conway: Loretta Lynn and Friends (Hurricane Mills, TN)
July 10th- Plaza Theater (Glasgow, KY)
July 17th & 18th- Gold Strike Casino Millennium Theater (Tunica, MS)
August 7th- Holland Performing Arts Center (Omaha, NE) 
August 8th- Prairie Band Casino & Resort (Mayetta, KS)
August 22nd- South Short Music Circus (Cohasset, MA)
August 23rd- Cape Cod Melody Tent (Hyannis, MA)
August 24th- American Music Theater (Lancaster, PA)
September 5th- Loretta Lynn Ranch (Hurricane Mills, TN)
September 12th & 13th- Loretta Lynn Gospel Festival (Hurricane Mills, TN)
September 26th- Watermelon Park Fest (Berryville, VA) 

Spring Break!

Spring Break is supposed to be fun and a time to unwind and let loose, however it can all get pretty overwhelming. Check out these tips to help you out!


1. Research
Research the destination you want to go from best places to go for lodging, eats, drinks and fun! 

2. Come up with a transportation plan.
Are you going by plane, train, automobile or a combination of all of the above? Renting a car or road tripping there?

3. Travel in groups!
Traveling in packs means safety, fun and more often than not discounts. Also, if you go out with a group of friends, everyone that goes together, LEAVE TOGETHER. No one gets left behind. Jennifer, put your heels back on and your cell phone out of the bathroom sink, we're gonna go home.

4. Food.
Limit eating out to special occasions. When you first arrive at your destination, head to the grocery store to pick up food and snacks. Eating out can get expensive after the fourth or fifth time, also hotels love to gouge when it comes to the mini bar!

5. Drink responsibly or in the company of someone responsible.
Make sure to have a "designated sober." A DS is a designated driver, guide or caretaker. This individual is responsible for making sure his friends drink within their limits, get home safely and don't get into too much trouble. Keep an eye on your drinks too, lads and ladies alike. Also, while at bars purchase local brews - they're often cheaper and you get to experience a taste of the town!

6. Relax!

-Read magazines or the book you've been meaning to finish
-Go to a spa, or give yourself a home spa day! (do your nails, get a few ladies together for facials and manicures, take a long hot shower or bubble bath, pamper yourself!)
-Update and clean out your iTunes library
-Go shopping! (at to start!)
-Cook some new recipes

7. Head to a fun travel spot.

-Pacific Grove California (this fun location is a beach town with one of the largest aquariums in the world - Montery Bay Aquarium, playful sea otters, kayaking, tide pools, surfing, shops, the Cottage of Sweets, and Carmel-by-the-Sea full of fun!)

-East Coast Shores

-New Jersey Shores (From Wildwood or Ocean City to Atlantic City! The Jersey Shores are actually home to more than fist bumping reality star idiots such as beautiful beaches, boardwalks with shops, eats and games and more!)

-Maryland (Washington DC for museums and monuments)


-Asheville, North Carolina (near Tennessee's Great Smoky Mountains National Park, rich art culture, fun food, beautiful flowers and trees, funky galleries and plenty of shops!)

-Austin, Texas (amazing weather, Barton Springs pool, tubing, kayaking and delicious food with that southern hospitality.)


-Miami, Florida

-Disney World

-Road Trip! (check out our article on the best tips and tricks for your road trip.)

-Concerts or festivals

8. Soundtrack for your Spring Break!
Luke Bryan is famous for his Spring Break albums that he has been producing for seven years. This year will be his last Spring Break CD ever, so cherish it and jam out while you can! Also, create a fun spring break playlist full of old favorites and new tunes!

9. Student Discounts
Spring Break is important to any college student, but also most college students are super broke. However, your student ID is your way to discount after discount from everything to airfare to shopping to food! Check out these websites here, here, here, here, here and here to find out what you can get with your Student ID! Who says education doesn't pay?

10. Have fun and stay safe!
Check out this site as well as this spring break survival guide for some extra stay safe tips for your break! 


Simply Sorority

By Lexx Fusco @SimplyEvryThing

Spring and Summer 2015 are going to be huge for Redneck Couture and unveiling of new products. We have been kicking around the idea of custom Sorority Boot Bling. A sorority is a group of sisters that you choose. Much like the country music scene, sorority life is misunderstood: all party, pretty and play. However, both of these scenes in fact have an incredible sense of community, awareness, charity and fun. We wanted to do some research first, and what better way than to talk to a sorority?


I scored an interview with a lovely member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority of the University of Delaware. She was enthusiastic to answer all of my questions and an absolute joy to talk to. When first considering to write this article, I was skeptical but knew that I had to push my opinions aside in order to get the questions answered. I was pleasantly surprised and this individual was incredibly enlightening:


What inspired you to join a sorority?

"Honestly I wasn't sure about joining a sorority in the first place. At UD, you have to sign up to participate in rush over winter session and at one point I had decided not to do it. My mom was in a sorority though and she kind of persuaded me to just try it out so I signed up. Once I started going through rush, I realized how great of an institution it seemed like and I really wanted to be a part of it. I got more and more excited as rush went on as I bonded with these girls."


How did you select your sorority?

"I'm not sure how other schools work, but at UD the selection process is very formal and its less of me choosing which sorority I want and more of that sorority choosing me. After each round I write down my rank of each sorority I saw and they do the same of the girls. After 5 rounds you get a bid from the sorority that continually wanted you. It's a bit more in depth than that, but the biggest take away is that the sorority chooses you."


What are some myths/stereotypes that you wanna bust about being in a sorority? 

"The biggest myth I want to bust is that sorority girls are "b*tches". I hear it all the time, from strangers and friends. A few weeks after I joined a sorority my best friend made the comment that "all sorority girls are b*tches". It hurt my feelings a lot but its also just plain not true. The girls I have met through greek life are some of the sweetest girls I know. We are all there to support each other and we honestly want everyone to succeed. Even girls who are not in my chapter (i.e. are in another sorority) are sweet and friendly. I am constantly interacting and meeting new greek girls and I've never felt like someone was being b*tchy or fake to me."


What's a Big and a Little?

"So when your in a sorority, everyone is your "sister" Your big is literally like your big sister. Its someone who you have formed a really great bond with. If you have questions, thats who you go to. Traditionally, its someone who you constantly are with, your best friend, your other have, etc. My experience with my big hasn't really been like that - and to be honest I feel a little slighted. I'm super excited that I get a little this spring. She is going to be perfect and I can't wait to spoil her."


What do you do in a sorority?

"The thing people first think of with sororities is parties/mixers. We do that a lot. We have mixers during regular weeks and theres homecoming/greek week mixers (we go to parties every day during the week with a different frat). We also have date parties, formal, crush party, etc. In addition though, we do A LOT of community service projects. Each sorority gets its own organization that it supports. Theta's is CASA. So once a year we hold one big event for our organization. We also participate in everyone else's events. Theta is (possibly) unique in that it has Theta day of service as well so it's a day that theta's from around the country all do some sort of community service. Beyond that there is also sisterhood bonding activities including sisterhood retreats, CAP events (Chapter assessment program) which are things like going to speakers, and chapter every week."


How has being in a sorority changed or impacted your life?

"I don't know that I would say it has "Changed my life" but I think it has helped me grow as a person. I'm surrounded by people who care about me and want me to do better. Being in a sorority has opened up my college experience a great deal. I always have fun events to go to as well as educational events. I have met so many new people and I have a whole network of sisters out there. Its also really shown me what I can do and I feel more myself than I ever have before."


What is your least favorite thing about being in a sorority?

"My least favorite thing is either the politics that go on - which can never be avoided in an organization, or chapter. Chapter is where we all meet once a week to discuss things. Its basically a run down of things we have coming up. But it takes at least an hour each week and we have to dress business casual. Not every sorority has to dress up though."


What is your favorite thing?

"My favorite things is all of the things I have previously mentioned - parties, mixers, sisterhood bonding, etc. etc. But probably my top, number 1 thing is just all the new people I've met. I'm not the usual sorority girl in that I hang out with mainly people outside of greek life, but some of my best friends still are from my sorority. My new roommate for next year is one of my sisters and I honestly feel like had I not joined theta, I would have been missing out on meeting some incredible people who definitely shape the person I am."


Here is a list of the most successful sororities and some fun facts about them. Find yours!



            sorority letters

            sorority symbol(s)

            {sorority jewel(s)}


Kappa Alpha Theta 



kite and twin stars


Theta Phi Alpha 




{sapphire, pearl}


Alpha Epsilon Phi 






Sigma Delta Tau 




{lapis lazuli}


Alpha Sigma Alpha 



phoenix, crown, palm tree, star

{pearl, ruby}


Phi Sigma Sigma






Sigma Sigma Sigma 






Alpha Xi Delta 




{pearl, diamond}


Alpha Gamma Delta 



squirrel, red and buff roses with green asparagus plumose fern



Sigma Kappa



dove, heart



Phi Mu






Gamma Phi Beta



crescent moon


Alpha Chi Omega



golden lyre



Delta Zeta



Roman lamp



Alpha Phi






Alpha Omicron Pi






Delta Delta Delta






Kappa Delta 



nautilus shell, dagger

{diamond, emerald, pearl}


Pi Beta Phi





Chi Omega



skull and crossbones

{pearl, diamond}


Alpha Delta Pi 






Kappa Kappa Gamma 



key, Fleur-de-Lis, owl

{blue sapphire}


Delta Gamma 





Zeta Tau Alpha



five pointed crown, strawberry




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