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Last year, I checked into our twitter account during the 2012 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. So much of our connection to you happens in short bursts on Twitter, and I noticed something that made me sad.
I saw tweets like this.
“Okay, so no eating.”
“Workouts start tomorrow.”
Continue reading The “Secret” to Personal Self Worth: Fashion, Fantasy, and You »
As we begin CHARACTER COUNTS! Week, we are called to consider the six key pillars of character. As women of character, we will explore one pillar of character per day. What is citizenship? Citizenship is a call to commit to changing the world around you for the better; to participate in the process of government, and to do your share to help your community improve.
Tonight happens to be the third and final Presidential Debate, and we’re so proud that it will occur at Lynn University, the home of Eta Eta chapter! We have six women of character who will attend tonight’s debate. Aren’t you envious? They will see the dialogue of two very intelligent men who have stepped up in service to our Country. Want to read more about how citizenship is a part of being a Woman of Character? Click inside!
Continue reading Citizenship: A Pillar of Character, a Call for Action »
Image courtesy of the North-American Interfraternity Conference.
We cannot impart enough how much we love this blog entry. Click inside to hear more about the Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute, as seen through the eyes of a Sigma sister.
“Those five days in Indiana were the most enlightening days of my life. I will forever be grateful, honored, and humbled by the experience. Never have I been surrounded by so many people with so much passion and wisdom. Any doubt, any frustration, any uncertainty about my chapter suddenly vanished from my mind, and I became overwhelmed with pride and love for not only Tri Sigma, but all of my Greek brothers and sisters across the world. I can honestly say I have never been more proud to wear these three letters across my chest, and never more committed to what they stand for. ”
Continue reading You. Act. Now.: The UIFI Experience of Meghan Jongsma »
We have a conversation happening right under your nose! The conversation is monitored daily, has a wide cross-section of our membership involved, and really gets going during leadership programs and will be incredibly busy during our upcoming Convention. Twitter is a simple online platform for conversation.
More than 4,200 followers are following our Twitter feed, and you may be wondering how to use Twitter. Want to try it out? It costs nothing, and is as low or high maintenance as you want it to be.
Here are some first steps! Let’s get started.
Continue reading Sigma Summer “To Do”: Hop on Twitter! »
We use Facebook a lot. Not all of our members are on Facebook, but our women are connecting using Facebook more than any other website. More than Twitter, even more than our primary website! And we’re so glad. We know Facebook offers the fastest, most effective method of sharing information, allowing you to share that information with friends and family, and we’re glad you have connected with us.
With more than 16,000 friends on Facebook, we’re launching Facebook Timeline today with some special features that we are hoping you’ll enjoy.
Continue reading Your Story. Your Legacy. Your Tri Sigma Timeline. »
We’ve arrived on Pinterest! Want to know more? Click inside to discover the world of Sigma Pinterest. Our boards are designed to offer visual sparks of creativity to our members, and we hope you will share its content if you are a part of the Pinterest community.
We’ve created some Sigma boards on the Pinterest site, and we’re hoping that Tri Sigma women on Pinterest will see even a tiny portion of what Tri Sigma is to them reflected in our “pins.” You can find sisterhood event ideas, theme ideas for a big event, logos for our leadership programs, inspirational quotes for our Women of Character Initiative, even snacks and fun recipes. It’s visual, easy to use, and fun!
Continue reading Tri Sigma and Pinterest! “Pin”ch us, we’re dreaming! »
Perusing the books on our summer reading list will take you straight from pre-integration 1950′s Mississippi, to the experience of being a “fish out of water” freshman woman at Smith College.
Continue reading Beach Reads: The “Sigma Summer” Reading List »
If you’re attending an upcoming fraternity/sorority conference (or any conference, really)… here are some “tips from a Sigma” from Allison Swick-Duttine, National Vice President.
Continue reading Tips from a Sigma On….Making a Splash at a Conference! »
If you’re getting ready to enter the work world after college, you may be considering an internship. Here’s advice from someone who’s been there on how to make the most of your internship.
Continue reading Tips from a Sigma on… Internship Excellence »
Want to see your photos on the Tri Sigma website, Flickr feed, Facebook album, Blog, or in the Triangle? Get some insider tips on taking photos that really pop.
Continue reading Worth a Thousand Words »