Meet Julia Sammur

Julia Sammur, HH, is the recruitment leader for District 7. She is an alumna of Pittsburg State University, KS, and has been a volunteer for Alpha Sigma Alpha since 2013. “Julia has brought the fun to District 7 in the recruitment department,” […]

December 21, 2015
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The finish line is just the beginning

It’s exciting but expected to hear about the people who win races. But have you ever wondered about the people who finish last? Nikkia Young, Volunteer Events Chair for Girls on the Run of Greater Richmond, recently accomplished the feat […]

December 19, 2015
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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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Alexis Cain becomes first woman to receive certificate in her program

Alexis Cain, BN, like many Alpha Sigma Alphas, graduated this semester. Though when Alexis crossed the stage, she became the first woman to receive a College to Career Certificate of Completion in Kentucky. This program allows students with intellectual disabilities […]

December 14, 2015
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Thirty under 30 I Part 6

Introducing Alpha Sigma Alpha’s Thirty under 30 I Part 6. These women of Alpha Sigma Alpha have an energizing influence in their career and community, and they have demonstrated leadership, initiative, dedication and overcoming adversity to aspire, seek and attain. […]

November 30, 2015
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Dorcas Reilly creates Thanksgiving staple

The green bean casserole is an American classic comfort food and a Thanksgiving staple. The dish is made from a unique combination of ingredients: green beans, cream of mushroom soup, French fried onions, milk, soy sauce and ground black pepper. […]

November 25, 2015
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