Delta Phi Epsilon

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The first sorority for girls of Jewish faith at the University of British Columbia, originally called Sigma Iota Pi, it became the Greek letter sorority Delta Phi Epsilon (Delta Gamma Chapter) in September 1946.

The purpose of the sorority was to socialize with Jewish youth and engage in charitable causes. In order to support the small number of Jewish students on campus, the University of British Columbia provided membership subsidies to increase participation in Jewish Youth Groups.