Omega Chapter

Delta Xi Nu Multicultural Sorority, Inc. has reserved the Omega Chapter in honor of sisters who have passed. As we continue our mission we keep our sisters in our hearts and remember their love and passion for Delta Xi Nu and the mission of our sisterhood.

 Mayeli "Hot Wheelz" Sabala

July 27, 1989 - May 20, 2013

Mayeli Sabala was born on July 27, 1989 in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico, daughter to Fran and Victor Sabala, her parents and families continued support helped Mayeli learn how to set and complete life goals. After graduating from high school she went on to attend the University of Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas. She then transferred to the University of Texas-Pan American in Edinburg, Texas where she declared her major in political science. Her goal was to one day attend law school and become a lawyer in order to help "DREAMers" throughout the United States. Delta Xi Nu Multicultural Sorority, Inc. was honored to induct Mayeli into our sorority on November 23, 2008 into the Epsilon Class of Delta Chapter at the University of Texas-Pan American. She is remembered by her line sisters Melody Portillo, Erica Rodriguez, Alexandra Garza, Laura Flores, her little sister Daisy Amaro and sisters of Delta Xi Nu. Although gone physically, Mayeli's memory continues to live on through sisters of Delta Chapter as they share the great legacy she built at the chapter and in the sorority.

Vanessa "Serene" Harrison

July 15, 1994 - February 18, 2019

Vanessa Harrison was born on July 15, 1994 in Fairbanks, Alaska. Vanessa was a loyal sister and friend who cared deeply about her sisters and Delta Xi Nu. Vanessa was a giving and caring individual who was currently working as a 7th grade teacher in her hometown of Killeen, TX. We will forever treasure the memories we made with Vanessa and all of the wonderful things she has contributed to this world and to each and every single one of us. Vanessa attended The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and majored in Interdisciplinary Studies. Delta Xi Nu inducted Vanessa on April 17, 2015 into the Extraordinary Eta Line of the Iota Chapter at UTSA. She is remembered by her line sisters Quanise Massey, Asia Arnold and Isabella Beltri, as well as, her little Andrea Magaña and the Iota line that she inducted into our sisterhood, KeVine Hart, Elizabeth Acevado, Camrie Wilson, Cecilia Farias-Ruiz, Jordan Kenmore and Alexandra O’Neal. We will forever treasure the memories we made with Vanessa and all of the wonderful things she has contributed to this world and to each and every single one of us. Vanessa has touched and impacted many lives, she was a very strong and driven woman who many of us looked up to. We will truly miss and cherish those moments we were fortunate to have with her.

Maria "Scarlet" Corona

March 28, 1991 - September 5, 2019

Maria was born March 28, 1991 in Galveston, Texas to Rafael Corona and Carmen Cabrera. She was always smiling, laughing and joking around with friends and family. Maria enjoyed life and was a kind-hearted person with a beautiful spirit, full force tenacity, and genuineness. Always the first to help; never did she ever let anyone give up on themselves or their goals. She was the driving force of her family with her radiant smile and exuberant personality. Maria graduated from Lamar University with a bachelor’s degree and was a lab technician in environmental sciences. She was inducted into the Blazing Beta Line  of Xi Chapter at Lamar University in Fall 2016. Maria had such a lasting impact in Delta Xi Nu  and in the community and touched the lives of those who met her, locally and nationally. She was the bright light that lit up every room she walked into with positivity, love and laughter. Maria is and always will be our inspiration that will forever live on in our hearts and in everything we do. The world was a brighter place because of Maria and the lasting mark she left.