We often talk about the honor societies that are typically seen wearing our cords and stoles on graduation day, but did you know organizations like fraternities and sororities also give their members special hardware to wear on the big day? Today, we’re taking a look at Alpha Delta Pi -- the first recognized sorority in the United States.
Many college students are faced with continuing remote learning as the fall semester begins, and there’s a lot of deflating disappointment that comes with it. College is more than just furthering your education -- the social aspect of being on campus is an important part of the experience that so many will miss out on while taking their classes at home. We have a solution!
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.
Framed, rolled, or in a booklet, there’s many ways to display a diploma -- the coveted evidence of educational credentials, but did you know they weren’t always made of paper? Yes, diplomas were once widely made of sheepskin!
Founded in 1941 by a faculty member at Stephens College in Columbia, MO, Alpha Epsilon Rho, the National Electronic Media Association, was originally an honorary radio fraternity called Beta Epsilon Phi. The organization “enhances the development of college students preparing for careers in electronic media industries” which includes web/internet technologies, broadcasting, mass communication, radio, television, cable, and/or film.
Alpha Chi National College Honor Society was founded in 1922 by representatives from five colleges and institutions in Texas to recognize college and university students excelling in all academic disciplines.
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.
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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