May 21, 2019

On a Mission, Home & Abroad

Whitney Ly (Eta Lambda Chapter ’20) took the Phi Sigma Pi mission of “Improving Humanity with Honor” quite literally, when, in spring 2018, she traveled to Honduras for a weeklong medical mission trip. While volunteering with the the Global Brigades organization of the University of...
April 18, 2019

Strong dedication to academics, service recognized

Angelica Vega will quickly tell you, she is a student first. In close second, she is someone who generously gives back to her community through service. This spring, Vega was awarded one of three awards for Academic Achievement and Outstanding Community Service from American University’s...
April 1, 2019

Beta Delta Chapter Member helps develop escape-room video game

Later this month, Ben Johnson will travel to the East Coast Game Conference in Raleigh, North Carolina, to showcase a unique video game he has been helping to create. The NC State University computer science junior has been writing code for “Lifeworld,” a virtual reality...
March 26, 2019

Alumna guides mental health patients through recovery

Sometimes the best organization to understand your situation is one that focuses specifically on your areas of concern. The Peer Intensive Care Services at Tennessee Mental Health Consumer Association, with a number of locations in the state, does just that. As their website explains, they...
March 19, 2019

Immersion program challenges Member

From the very start of his college career at Syracuse University, Richard "Ricky" Tibbetts Jr. knew he would study abroad in Brazil before graduating. To reach that goal, he committed himself to learning Portuguese—the language spoken by his mother’s side of the family. This spring,...