The Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg: An Academic Scholar

Melissa W.
As an American jurist serving on The Supreme Court from 1993-2020, Ruth Bader Ginsburg spent much of her career as an advocate for women’s rights, gender equality, and civil rights and became a bit of a celebrity due to her short-stature, quiet demeanor, and strong dissents. Her educational career was also quite impressive and paved the way for her court accomplishments!

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The Fall Season as Seen Through Honor Cords

Melissa W.
It’s Fall! In New England where our office is located, the season brings crisp air, hayrides, apples, lots of flannel, and beautiful foliage (plus leaf peepers)!

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Phi Epsilon Kappa: The National Professional Fraternity for Fitness

Melissa W.
Many of us are feeling a bit sluggish lately with new operational guidelines keeping us from attending organized gym classes and switching to home workout solutions/isolated fitness routines, but we’d certainly be running in circles if it weren’t for fitness professionals working extra hard by switching gears to keep us all feeling great! Phi Epsilon Kappa honors those students who dedicate their lives to helping others be their best selves.

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Phi Delta Phi: The International Legal Honor Society

Melissa W.
Founded in 1869 by four law students at the University of Michigan School of Law, Phi Delta Phi is the oldest legal organization in continuous existence, even predating the American Bar Association. It was created as a means to champion students who choose to dedicate their lives to a just legal system.

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High School Students Make Tech Advances in TSA

Melissa W.
Let’s face it, technology is what makes the world go ‘round -- especially today with the majority of work and school being conducted remotely. Innovations happen daily in the tech space with a goal of making lives more efficient, easy, and fun! The Technology Student Association (TSA) celebrates students who jump in head-first to make waves in technology and engineering.

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Chi Alpha Sigma: The National College Athlete Honor Society

Melissa W.
Fall sports are back in action with the start of the college football season this week! While games look different this year due to Covid-19, there’s still a sense of normalcy seeing players back on the field and we’re excited about it! With all the excitement, it’s easy to forget that these players are also students and work hard on and off the field. Chi Alpha Sigma recognizes those student athletes.

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Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica: The Spanish National Honor Society

Melissa W.

"Learn a new language and get a new soul." - Czech Proverb

Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica (SHH) is the national honor society for high school students studying Spanish and/or Portugeuse languages. 

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Looking Ahead to the Class of 2021 -- We're Ready!

Melissa W.
There’s still a few colleges and universities waiting on their fall graduation ceremonies to occur that were reworked from the spring, but most have moved on to planning for the new class of upcoming grads … and we’re so excited!

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Iota Iota Iota: The National Women’s Studies Honor Society

Melissa W.
Iota Iota Iota (Triota) was developed in 1985 at MSU Denver as an honor society dedicated to maintaining “feminist values that encourage diversity, elgalitarianism, and supportive academic environments.”  The founding members chose the Greek letter, Iota, to represent three Greek goddesses, Inana, Ishtar, and Isis. 

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Tri-M is Music to Your Ears!

Melissa W.
The #1 most-played song at graduation ceremonies is Pomp & Circumstance and we can make a safe bet that members of music departments across the country can play it in their sleep! But, who recognizes such talent? Tri-M -- the only national honor society for student musicians!

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