My Why ADPi: Reyna Wong PC'18
"The entire recruitment process could definitely feel like a whirlwind even without the current complications, but with that being said, the most important part is to remember to trust your judgement. "
My name is Reyna Wong and I’m an incoming junior majoring in political science from Seattle, WA. Even in these uncertain times, our entire chapter is still so excited to meet you all and show you a little piece of the place we call home! I decided to go through the recruitment process during my freshman year to find a smaller community and not feel like such a “small fish in a big pond”. The entire recruitment process could definitely feel like a whirlwind even without the current complications, but with that being said, the most important part is to remember to trust your judgement.
It’s hard to describe what ADPI means to me without sounding incredibly cliche, but I’ll definitely try my best. (: When we say ADPI becomes a home away from home, we truly mean it. From the first few conversations I had at the chapter, I knew that I had found my people, a group of intelligent, furiously loyal, and hilarious girls who aren’t afraid to break it DOWN on the dance floor (something I can verify with video proof).
From crying in Powell at midnight together to chucking fruit off roofs after a bad breakup or making the literal worst TikToks known to the human race, ADPI has truly redefined what sisterhood means to me. We are undoubtedly living through unprecedented times full of stress, anger, and chaos, but I still feel so supported and bonded with my sisters thousands of miles away from campus.
ADPi’s are multi-dimensional kick-ass women and we can’t wait to show you all what we’re all about. Hang in there! I’m excited to meet you in a few months.