90-Year-Old Sorority Pledge Lives Her Dream
Bertie McConnell's biggest regret in life was never getting to join the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority at Washburn University, despite rushing back in 1941. It was a dream that went unfulfilled due to financial strain.
"It was the sweetest story I'd ever heard," Zeta president Paige says about Bertie's dream. "I sent an email to our national council. It was decided in 24 hours that she would become a Zeta Alpha member."
The Zeta girls and Bertie's daughter join her in Topeka, Kansas as Bertie's lifelong dream was fulfilled.