Meet Stephanie Gardener

Stephanie Gardener is the Vice President of the Sigma Beta Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta at Chadron State College and Associate Student Representative of the High Plains Region. In addition to being a lover of the written word, Stephanie is … Continue reading

Meet Natasha McPartlin

  Natasha McPartlin is the Director of Society Operations for the Sigma Tau Delta Central Office. She earned a BA from Western Illinois University, where she was a Journalism major with an English minor. She earned her MSEd in Adult … Continue reading

Meet Lissa Heineman

Lissa Heineman is the Sigma Tau Delta Eastern Region Associate Student Representative. She is a senior at Muhlenberg College, and is majoring in English and Film Studies. Her passions focus on transmedia, particularly animation and fan cultures. An interesting fact … Continue reading

Meet DeAndra Miller

DeAndra Miller is the 2017-2018 junior Student Advisor for the Society. She currently attends Minot State University in North Dakota. In her spare time she enjoys reading, writing, and playing video games. She would love to write storylines for her … Continue reading

Meet Sam Miller

Sam Miller is the 2017-2018 senior Student Advisor for Sigma Tau Delta. She is a graduate student at The College of New Jersey and is looking forward to beginning her accelerated program. In addition to being an English major, Sam … Continue reading

Meet Katie Mudd

Welcome to the first post in our new Meet the Deltans series. Each week we will feature a different Sigma Tau Delta member. Follow us this summer to meet your Central Office staff and 2017-2018 Student Leaders. Katie Mudd is … Continue reading

Opportunity to Impact Lives through a BWB Internship

Sophie Hulen was the 2016 recipient of the Sigma Tau Delta/Better World Books Summer Internship. Read on to learn about her experience, and to see what you could gain from applying for the 2017 BWB Internship. One Christmas, before I … Continue reading

Banned Books: Symbols of Positive Ideological Shifts

Persepolis Read Banned Books

As literature lovers, it is our instinctual response to regard Banned Books Week with a modicum of solemn reflection; a week when we think about the thousands of people unable to enrich their literary lives with profound works like Animal … Continue reading