On October 22, 2016, two days before Founders Day, the Kappa Tau Chapter from Morehead State University in Kentucky set out on a journey to pay homage to the place where Delta Zeta began 114 years ago — Miami University.
Our visit included Delta Zeta National Headquarters and National Historical Museum in Oxford, Ohio. Stepping onto the property, our eyes were immediately drawn to the path of engraved bricks that lead to the front door of Headquarters.
The sisters of the Kappa Tau Chapter began a diligent search to find the brick that intertwined them into the path of sisterhood. Our journey continued as we walked through the front door and crossed the threshold into a world where the preservation of the ideals, principles and values of Delta Zeta can be seen from the pictures hanging on the wall to the meaningful name of each room.
We signed our names in the guest book, forever becoming part of the living history, while sisters who had visited before proudly showed their signatures.
That day, walking in the footsteps of our Founders and sisters before us, we truly learned what it means to walk in the light of the flame.