Alpha Betas spend holiday break in Haiti

While many college students will spend their winter breaks sleeping in, working or catching up on Netflix, three Alpha Betas will spend their holiday break volunteering in Haiti. Bailie O’Connell, Payton Murphy, and Jessica Hyde will spend two weeks of their winter vacation serving through […]

December 16, 2015
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Beta Epsilon Chapter raises $17,000 for adopted family

Beta Epsilon Chapter seniors Caroline and Emily went into their pediatric nursing clinical not knowing what to expect. They were assigned to a low socioeconomic family with five children, whom a few had some type of either physical or mental health […]

December 15, 2015
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What you need to know about MobileServe, Alpha Sigma Alpha’s new app

This month Alpha Sigma Alpha launched MobileServe, a free app designed to track members’ service and charitable giving hours. Now every member can track their service and giving hours immediately on their phone, tablet or computer. All hours are linked […]

December 10, 2015
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Memories made possible: Founders’ Day 2015

I was recently thinking about how many photos I snap each day. My typical day may be something like this – taking a quick picture of my boys riding their bikes, snapping a photo of my Diet Coke can because […]

November 15, 2015
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Make us humble: How being a loser is empowering

Putting yourself out there is hard. Asking people to believe in you, trust you, support you is tough. And when you do, and the people you ask tell you no, that can hurt. But there is something about being a […]

November 5, 2015
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There is no title needed for you to be a leader

‘Tis the season. Hold on there. I don’t mean the winter holiday season. Let’s get to Thanksgiving first. There is another season that collegians are observing right now – officer elections. While this can be an exciting time for many, […]

November 4, 2015
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