Why I Serve

By Robert “Chaos” Durborow Associate Student Representative, Far Western Region Southern Utah University, Cedar City, UT The first rule, as my dear old dad drilled into me from birth (a minor exaggeration…but not much), is: pay attention. These two words … Continue reading

Convention Timeline

Congratulations to those of you that had a paper or roundtable presentation accepted to the 2014 Sigma Tau Delta International Convention in Savannah, GA! So what should you do now? Follow this handy schedule to make sure you are fully … Continue reading

Sigma Tau Delta Is Accessible In Savannah, GA

by Timothy Leonard Midwestern Student Representative, 2013-2014 Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne, IN For those of you who don’t know me, allow me to introduce myself. My name is Timothy Leonard, the Midwestern Student Representative, and I have … Continue reading

Announcing Our 2014 Common Reader

We the Animals by Justin Torres by Sidney Watson 2014 Convention Chair Make a wee bit of space in your summer reading list for our 2014 Common Reader, We the Animals by Justin Torres. At 144 pages, it will only … Continue reading

Oh the Places You Could Go

A Glimpse into a Possible Future with your Student Leadership Committee by Kelsey Hixson-Bowles Student Advisor, 2012-2014 Kansas State University As one of the two Student Advisors, I want to tell everyone about the chance to run for Student Leadership. … Continue reading

Creating Community Through Student Leadership

by Allie Reznik Student Advisor, 2011-2013 Alpha Delta Lambda chapter Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA My experiences with Student Leadership as an undergraduate and graduate student have been incredibly enriching to my development as a leader and scholar. Since being chosen … Continue reading

Convention Story: Opening Up in the Big Easy!

by Tamia Easterling Southern Associate Student Representative, 2012-2013 Alpha Alpha Eta Chapter Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN I will be honest and say that due to nerves I do not remember all too well the speech that I gave during … Continue reading