Listed below are press releases that Tri Delta distributed to the media.
Tri Delta Leaders Visit Capitol Hill
ARLINGTON, TX - April 19 2013 - Four Delta Delta Delta Fraternity student leaders will travel to Washington, D.C., on April 22 to act as advocates for the Greek agenda. read more
Delta Delta Delta Announces Return to Miami University (Ohio)
ARLINGTON, TX - Delta Delta Delta is pleased to announce the recolonization of Delta Beta Chapter at Miami University of Ohio. read more
Delta delta delta announces leadership for the 2012-2014 biennium
TX - July 30, 2012 - At its 55th Biennial Convention in Tucson, Ariz., Delta Delta Delta installed a new Board of Directors and elected President Phyllis Durbin Grissom, Southern Methodist. The 2012-2014 Board of Directors are Alison Ream Griffin, Southern Methodist, Julie Greene Haskell, Vermont, Carol Knoche Helmus, Millikin, and Nicole Hughes, Washington. read more
Delta Delta delta launches foursquare badge
ARLINGTON, TX (PRWEB) - July 10, 2012 - Delta Delta Delta Fraternity announced today that it partnered with the location-based social network foursquare to launch a custom "True to Tri Delta" badge members. The organization is the first national fraternity for women to offer a custom foursquare badge. read more
Tri Delta celebrates raising $4.2 million in one year for St. Jude
TX (PRWEB) - July 3, 2012 - Members of Delta Delta Delta Fraternity have gathered in Tucson, Ariz, this week for the organization's 54th biennial Convention, and today, the Fraternity announced that during the 2011-2012 academic year, its collegiate and alumnae chapters have raised $4.2 million for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. read more
tri delta announces 2012 women of achievement recipients
ARLINGTON, TX - May 10, 2012 - At its 55th Biennial Convention in Tucson, Ariz, Delta Delta Delta will recognize the following five members as the 2012 Women of Achievement recipients:
Pam Bondi, South Florida, Florida's Attorney General
Zoe Damacela, Northwestern, Founder and CEO, Zoe Damacela Apparel
Katharine Hable Sweeney, Mississippi, Co-owner of Hable Construction
Susan Hable Smith, Alabama, Co-owner of Hable Construction
Dr. Elizabeth Stewart, Missouri, Pediatric Oncologist at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
tri delta leaders visit capitol hill
ARLINGTON, TX - April 20, 2012 - Four Delta Delta Delta Fraternity student leaders will travel to Washington, D.C., on April 21 to act as advocates for the Greek agenda. Ginnye Cubel, Butler, Anna McCracken, Elon, Alexandria Hill, Nevada, and Alexandra Bortot, Pittsburgh, will represent Tri Delta's 138 collegiate chapters. Read more
delta delta delta members take "journey in leadership"
ARLINGTON, TX - March 09, 2012 - Ten Delta Delta Delta Fraternity members will travel to Costa Rica for the first ever Evergreen program, sponsored by the Fraternity. The program will take place March 10-17 and will be led by Dr. Mari Ann Callais, director of development for the Delta Delta Delta Center for Living, Leading, & Learning, Michael Greenberg, owner of Journey 360. Cari Cook, Fraternity Executive Director, will also be accompanying the group. Read more
tri delta celebrates partnership with st. jude children's research hospital
ARLINGTON, TX - March 01, 2012 - Members of Delta Delta Delta will be coming together throughout the month of March to celebrate the Fraternity's long-standing partnership with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Since the partnership began in 1999, Tri Delta has donated over $17 million for the kids at St. Jude. During the 2010-2011 academic year, Tri Delta raised more the $3.5 million dollars. Read more
delta delta delta announces fourth annual fat talk free week: fraternity seeks to change the conversation about body image
ARLINGTON, TX - October, 13, 2011 - Delta Delta Delta Fraternity announces the fourth annual Fat Talk Free Week sponsored by Succeed Foundation will take place October 16-22, 2011. Fat Talk Free Week is a week-long program to raise awareness about positive body image by eliminating damaging effects of fat talk and the thin-ideal standard of beauty. Read more
Tri Delta Celebrates Raising $3.4 Million in One Year for St. Jude
MEMPHIS, TENN. - Aug. 1, 2011 - Members of Delta Delta Delta Fraternity assembled at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., on Friday to participate in the ribbon-cutting ceremony commemorating their newest commitment of raising $15 million in 5 years for the hospital. Read more.
Cal Poly Chapter Closing
ARLINGTON, TX - March 29, 2011 - "It is with sadness that the Executive Board of Delta Delta Delta announces the withdrawal of its Epsilon Epsilon Chapter at the Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo, effective June 1, 2011," says Cari Fitzgerald Cook, Executive Director of the Fraternity. Read more.
Tri Delta Receives the Elisa Project Star of Hope Award
ARLINGTON, TX - December 14, 2010 - During the month of November, Delta Delta Delta was recognized as a leader in the body image community at the Elisa Project's sixth annual Life Lessons Luncheon. Read more.
Tri Delta Promotes National Hazing Prevention Week
Tri Delta Sets new Fundraising goal for st. Jude
ARLINGTON, TEXAS - September - Delta Delta Delta members from around the country assembled at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in July for a celebration of the organization's commitment and accomplishments supporting the hospital. Read more.
Delta Delta Delta Announces Leadership for the 2010-2012 Biennium
ARLINGTON, TEXAS - July 5, 2010 - At its 54th Biennial Convention in Orlando, Fla., Delta Delta Delta installed a new Board of Directors and re-elected 2008-2010 president Jackye Brown Clark for a second term. Read More.
Tri Delta Announces Appointment for The Center: Amy Vojta Joins the center board of directors
ARLINGTON, TEXAS - Feb. 16, 2010 - Delta Delta Delta's The Center for Living, Learning & Leading, Inc. is pleased to announce that Amy Vojta has joined The Center's Board of Directors. Amy replaces Mari Ann Callais, who left the Board to accept a staff position with Tri Delta and The Center.
Amy has worked at Rutgers University as the assistant dean of fraternity and sorority affairs since 1996. She has also worked at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, as the assistant director of Greek affairs and at the University of Texas at Austin as the panhellenic advisor. Read more.
Tri Delta Launches New Web Site
ARLINGTON, TEXAS - Feb.15, 2010 - Delta Delta Delta (Tri Delta) Fraternity has launched its newly redesigned Web site, tridelta.org. The new database-driven site is the culmination of months of research, design and development, and is intended to reflect the Tri Delta experience, to bring the Purpose and shared values of Tri Delta to life and to instill and sustain pride in the Fraternity. Read more.
Tri Delta Re-colonizes Oregon Chapter
University of Oregon welcomes Theta Delta back at Installation banquet.
ARLINGTON, TEXAS - Jan. 26, 2009 - Tri Delta is proud to announce the re-colonization of one of its oldest chapters, Theta Delta at the University of Oregon. The chapter originally opened in 1910 and was closed 90 years later, in June 2000. The official celebration occurred during the Installation banquet on Jan. 16, which was held on the University of Oregon campus. Read more.
Tri Delta Closes Penn State Chapter
ARLINGTON, TEXAS - December 4, 2009 - In early November, Delta Delta Delta (Tri Delta) was alerted to alleged hazing and risk management violations involving the Alpha Phi chapter of Tri Delta at Penn State. Tri Delta's Executive Board placed the chapter on immediate investigative probation on November 5, 2009. Read more.
Celebrating a Decade of Fundraising
MEMPHIS, TENN. - November 24, 2009 - Two successful collegiate fundraising programs - Delta Delta Delta women's fraternity and Up 'til Dawn - are celebrating 10 years of supporting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital® in 2009. During the past decade, Delta Delta Delta, also known as Tri Delta, has raised more than $9.4 million and Up 'til Dawn has raised more than $25.6 million for St. Jude, one of the world's premier centers for the research and treatment of pediatric cancer and other catastrophic childhood diseases. Read more.
Tri Delta Rotates to National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) Chairmanship
ARLINGTON, TEXAS - Oct. 27, 2009 Delta Delta Delta (Tri Delta) Panhellenic Delegate Eve Woods Riley was recently installed as the National Panhellenic Conference chairman during ceremonies at the NPC's annual conference in Tampa, Fla. This marks the first time in 52 years that Tri Delta's NPC delegate has served the national organization in this capacity. Per the terms of the chairmanship rotation, she will serve a two-year term before the next group transitions into the chairmanship role. Read more.
Tri Delta Launches 2nd Annual 'Fat Talk Free™ Week' To Combat Negative Body Image
ARLINGTON, TEXAS - OCTOBER 19, 2009 - Delta Delta Delta (Tri Delta), a leader among social Greek organizations, announced the return of 'Fat Talk Free™ Week' (Oct. 19-23), an international 5-day body activism campaign to draw attention to body image issues and the damaging impact of the 'thin ideal' on women in society. Read more.
Tri Delta Honored with ASAE Gold Circle Award
2009 Gold Circle Award Honors Excellence and Innovation in Association Communications
WASHINGTON, DC - July 28, 2009 - ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership has recently recognized associations that have excelled in their communications programs and initiatives with a 2009 Gold Circle Award. Made possible with funding from TMG (The Magazine Group), the annual competition selects associations and nonprofit organizations that have demonstrated excellence in communication within a number of categories, including annual reports, magazines, newsletters, blogs, podcasts, innovative communications and others. The competition received more than 300 entries this year and included a record-setting number of digital format entries. Read more.
Tri Delta Receives Partnership Award
First-ever research-practice partnership award from AED
ARLINGTON, TEXAS - June 29, 2009 - Delta Delta Delta and Carolyn Becker, Ph.D, FAED, of Trinity University were recognized with the first-ever Research-Practice Partnership Award from the Academy for Eating Disorders (AED). Read more.