Designing the Perfect Custom Stole in 2021

Melissa W.
Your top achievers have earned and deserve recognition during the graduation ceremony, but you might be wondering how you can properly showcase their dedication in a more personalized way. You’ve seen the traditional honor cords and honor stoles, yet you’re looking for something a bit more unique. That’s where our custom stoles come into play! 

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WWII Led to the Creation of Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

Melissa W.
In continuation of Women’s History Month, we’re spotlighting an organization that promotes the voices of women interested in joining the engineering field: The Society of Women Engineers (SWE).

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Now More Than Ever Graduates Need Visual Recognition

Melissa W.
All graduates deserve recognition for what they’ve overcome, especially during pandemic times. 

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Kappa Delta Pi: The International Honor Society in Education

Melissa W.
All across the globe, teachers are shifting how they teach students amid the current Covid-19 pandemic. Virtual, in-person, or hybrid, teachers are doing everything they can to ensure their students are actively learning while in the safest environment possible -- and that comes with a lot of challenges! Many of these teachers are members of Kappa Delta Pi: The International Honor Society in Education.

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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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Phi Beta Kappa: The Oldest Greek Letter Fraternity in the United States

Melissa W.
There’s often a lot of disagreements on which fraternity or Greek letter organization (GLO) was the first-founded in the US, but Phi Beta Kappa holds the title, being founded in 1775 by five students at the College of William and Mary.

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While In-Person Classes Pause in the Fall, Graduations March On (Virtually)

Melissa W.
Schools and universities across the country are grappling with the idea of opening up the doors to students come fall, but early reports indicate some problematic obstacles, causing many to postpone in-person classes and remain remote.

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