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3 for You: Ultimately Creating Good


In Sept. 2017, Rae Ann Gruver and her husband Stephen lost their son Max to a hazing incident at Louisiana State University. Following this horrible tragedy, they have been instrumental in forming a coalition of parents who have lost children to hazing to provide education and advocacy designed to put an end to hazing once and for all. 

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LEADDD NOW Progress Continues with Newly Appointed Board Members


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Tri Psi: Supporting Our Sisterhood


Tri Psi 2020 scholarship applications are due March 31, 2021.

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Cultural Appropriation on the College Campus


One repeated action that has contributed to the systemic oppression of minority cultures throughout history is cultural appropriation. Often, through party themes and Halloween costumes, college students have been active participants in continuing this denigration—taking another’s cultural heritage and using it for fun or fashion. But what is cultural appropriation and why does it matter?

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Spotlight: St. Jude’s Dr. Beth Stewart


Physician, oncologist and researcher Dr. Beth Stewart, Missouri, joins us to talk about the serendipitous connection between her Tri Delta membership and St. Jude, and how to pursue big dreams.

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Krystal Clark Named Chair of NPC Access and Equity Effort


Krystal Clark, Maryland, has been named chair of the National Panhellenic Conference’s (NPC) new Access and Equity Advisory Committee.

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Virtual Philanthropy


Tri Delta chapters are finding creative ways to fundraise virtually.

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Passionately Serving Others


Tri Delta remains committed to three aspects of philanthropy.

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National Hazing Prevention Week


As Tri Deltas, we must be brave, bold and kind to create a culture that focuses on member development, not hazing, and promotes the safety and well-being of all members, including yourself.

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Bravely, Boldly, Kindly Committed to Campus Safety


We believe chapters have the responsibility to lead prevention efforts in their community – this takes bravery, boldness and kindness.