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With more than 60 years of existence at Southeast Missouri State University, Beta Xi chapter has so much to celebrate. Their chapter doll looks like she is ready for a celebration too!
Continue reading Sigmas At the Sock Hop: Beta Xi Chapter Doll »
Picture this: A conversation between two friends on blogs and twitter accounts from smart, inspiring young women. One friend says to the other, “Are you reading Smart, Pretty & Awkward?” Once I started reading, I was completely hooked. Then, I discovered that Molly is a Tri Sigma! Molly was gracious enough to provide some insights for us.
Continue reading Sigma Spotlight: Molly Ford from Smart, Pretty & Awkward »
Our chapter doll from Epsilon Phi – University of North Carolina – Wilmington, is the perfect tribute to a beachy culture and a wonderful chapter founded in 1991.
Continue reading Sun, Sand, and Sigma: Epsilon Phi Chapter Doll »
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 »
Sigma Sigma Sigma is pleased to announce that Mary Kate Lobough has been hired as the Assistant Director of Chapter Services effective June 27, 2011.
Continue reading Assistant Director of Chapter Services Hired »
Tri Sigmas love, love, love good music! Here are some “summer fun” playlists suggested by your sisters to get you through the longer days of summer.
Continue reading Sigma Summer: The Playlists »
I have grown to be a woman of friendship, character and conduct in large part because of my dad, Peter Tantillo. When I think of character the first person that I think of is my dad.
Continue reading Tri Sigma Dads and Daughters – Peter Tantillo »
My father, Scott Simon, has been an monumental inspiration for me throughout my life. He is the kind of dad who supports his daughters in whatever they do.
Continue reading Tri Sigma Dads and Daughters: Scott Simon »
Because of this chapter, the last light of day shines on Tri Sigma.
Continue reading A Fairbanks Sigma in Fur: Zeta Mu Chapter Doll »
The first thing you need to know about my family is it was sort of like the Cosby Show, but with fewer children and more crazy sweaters. My parents were loving but firm, and tried to find creative ways to teach us life’s lessons.
Continue reading Tri Sigma Dads and Daughters: Brian Deis »