As I’ve often mentioned throughout my posts on Live Sigma Kappa, I’m a Delta. And while I honestly often think about my fellow Boston University sisters for a whole host of reasons, they have especially been on my mind the last several weeks.
When the bombings at the Boston Marathon occurred, I was at [...]
April is National Volunteer Month, and I’m excited to go into this month as a team captain for the Alzheimer’s Association’s The Longest Day 2013.
Last year, I was on the European Alumnae Chapter’s team. With sisters participating from Italy to California, we were able to come together and raise over [...]
Ah, how refreshing are the signs of spring: temperatures warming, daffodils blooming, birds chirping, packing tape ripping, and brown cardboard boxes loading. Well, ok, the latter two may not be considered normal indicators of the nearing vernal equinox, but for military families, they are familiar sights and sounds of that beloved time of year known [...]
March always makes me think of all things Irish. Not the green beer, partying, or pinching people not wearing green (who came up with that one?!?), but the rolling green hills and villages that seem to be nestled in to the valleys. The way anything sounds magical when said in an Irish brogue. Of [...]
I had the distinct pleasure of attending my great-grandlittle Sigma Kappa sister’s wedding this past weekend in Phoenix. Besides the beautiful sunshine and highlights such as lunch at Food Truck Friday and a tour of Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home, Taliesin West, it was fantastic to see 13 [...]
Winter (for those of us who actually experience it) is a notoriously difficult season for travel. With inclement weather, illness, and it generally being too [...]
Have you ever needed a spark of inspiration? Something or someone to kick your motivation into high gear? Well, have I got the woman for you!
She dedicates her time, her energy, her life to the Sorority that each of us loves dearly. Every day, she wakes up and dons her pearls and [...]
Happy New Year to all the Live Sigma Kappa readers out there. I hope your holidays were happy and healthy ones. Like so many people, I found my weeks to be more on the stressful side with unexpected medical emergencies, lots of time spent on the road or in the airport, and not [...]
I hope everyone out there had a great Thanksgiving holiday! Mine started off in the usual fashion, with lots of good food, football and family. Unfortunately, the next day, my mother tripped and fell down about five stairs, breaking her arm on the way down. To make matters worse, we were about [...]
Being away from home can be hard. And for many of us, Sigma Kappa was a home away from home when we were in college. I remember when I moved to London I was very homesick.
When I first arrived, I didn’t know anyone, didn’t have a job yet, and had [...]
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