Women’s History Month!

March is women’s history month! We would like to focus on amazing females who have made strides to improve the lives of women. To kick us off, we would like to highlight a sister who uses her skills and passion to impact young females in the field of engineering, science and math. Narcely Ruiz is the assistant director of the Carolyn Lipshy Galerstein Women’s Center at UT Dallas. Her department was featured in the UT Dallas News Center for their program called “Girl Day” also known as Introduce a girl to Engineering Day. Narcely continues to show passion in everything she does and daily uses her education and leadership to impact the lives of females who come after us. Check out the article to read more about how our sister Narcely is changing the world!


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About CUS - Alpha Zeta Chapter

Picture In the Spring of 2002 a group of women realized their common want and need for an organization that was something greater than what already existed at Texas Christian University; thus leading to the beginning of a concept that would turn out to have extraordinary outcomes. After many weeks of researching different sororities they came upon Corazones Unidos Siempre Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority, Incorporated and upon this discovery the searching ended. The women wanted an organization that embodied sisterhood, education, and community service. This and much more was exemplified by Chi Upsilon Sigma. The two devoted women, Eugenia Redondo and Lisa Marie Cano, established the Alpha Zeta Colony at TCU on Sunday, April 13, 2003. Alpha Zeta Colony received Chapter recognition on April 11, 2005. The women of Alpha Zeta dedicate their efforts to promote the sorority’s motto, “Wisdom through Education” as well as educate the public on social, political, cultural, and educational issues. As Alpha Zeta continues to grow with women who are not content to accept an ordinary life, who are willing to make a difference and who are not afraid to voice their opinion, the Light of CUS will never grow dim.
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