Campus Learning

Their Culture is Not Your Costume

By Devin Hall, Assistant Director of Prevention Education With Halloween right around the corner, individuals are lining up at the local party store to get a last-minute costume. You may be asking yourself, should I go to the party as my favorite Disney movie character or maybe join my friends as Crayola crayons? Maybe you […]

Learning Sisterhood

Instagram Versus Real Life

By Lisa Young Stiers (Epsilon Omicron, Indiana State University) Originally published in the fall 2017 Lyre; updated and condensed for this blog “A picture is worth a thousand words” could be the rally cry for millions of Instagram lovers. Beautiful pictures — sharing stories of friendship, sisterhood, adventure and life — are the foundation of […]

Learning

Volunteer Summit Q&A

This June we welcomed over 280 national volunteers to Volunteer Summit. Seeing the range of alumnae that gather for sisterhood and leadership training makes for an empowering weekend. See what some of the biggest takeaways were for these attendees. Meet the Attendees! Priscilla B. Varner (Theta Sigma, University of North Florida) Current volunteer role: Chapter […]

Events Leadership Learning

Volunteer Summit 2019

The third biennial Volunteer Summit was an amazing weekend of learning and sisterhood, but don’t take just our word for it! Check out what sisters had to say on social media using #AXOVS19. “Really enjoyed Karen Walrond’s keynote speech at #AXOVS19 – a wonderful boost of positivity, self-awareness, grace and embracing vulnerability. Thank you!” – […]