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3 For You: Make Time for a Life Audit


In Tri Delta’s new series, “3 For You,” alumna and Vanderbilt University’s Director of Student Leadership Development Krystal Clark, Maryland, shares the three steps to performing a Life Audit as we reimagine our lives post-pandemic.

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3 For You: Break Up With Your Diet


In Tri Delta’s new series, “3 For You,” alumna and wellness coach Sloane Elizabeth, Vanderbilt, shares her advice for finding food freedom during quarantine by breaking up with your diet.

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3 For You: Pro Tips on Professionalism


In Tri Delta’s new series, “3 For You,” alumna and etiquette and protocol consultant Lynn Teel, Texas Christian, shares her three best pro tips for business etiquette and professionalism.

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3 For You: What to Expect When Expecting...a College Freshman


In Tri Delta’s new series, “3 For You,” alumna Dana Bekurs, Louisiana/Lafayette, Assistant Dean of Students at Birmingham-Southern College, provides advice to parents who will soon have a college freshman attending school in the fall.

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Introducing the 2020-2021 Collegiate Advisory Panel


Tri Delta is thrilled to announce our 2020-2021 Collegiate Advisory Panel (CAP)! The CAP is a standing focus group, comprised of undergraduate members, who will serve as a liaison between the collegiate membership and Tri Delta leadership addressing topics facing college campuses today.

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3 For You: Care for Caregivers


In Tri Delta’s new series, “3 For You,” alumna Kristi Horner, Denison, provides advice to caregivers on how to prevent burnout when caring for a loved one. Read her three tips or listen to the podcast.

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3 For You: Surviving COVID as a Couple


In Tri Delta’s new series, “3 For You,” Tri Delta staff member and licensed therapist Liz Crawley offers her three best tips for focusing on your relationship and surviving COVID as a couple. Read her three tips, or listen to the podcast.

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Mental Health Month


May is Mental Health Month and Tri Delta will join the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and the national movement to raise awareness about mental health.

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3 For You: Help - My Roots are Showing!


In Tri Delta’s new series, “3 For You,” alumna and self-care guru Stacy Nadeau, Creighton, offers advice on re-assessing our beauty and maintenance routines during the current circumstances. Read her three tips, or listen to the podcast.

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3 For You: The Noble Benefit of Giving Back


In Tri Delta’s new series, “3 For You,” alumna Tycely Williams, Wake Forest, is a fundraiser by trade who shares her thoughts on giving back to our communities and seeing the “noble benefit” of our investments

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