September 20, 2019

Tackling Marlaria Through Statistics

These sobering IMM statistics were brought to light in “Cross-sectional study on the adherence to malaria guidelines in lakeshore facilities of Buyende and Kaliro districts, Uganda,” a paper co-published in the November 2018 “Malaria Journal” by Luigi Nuñez, a 2017 graduate of St. Joseph’s University...
September 13, 2019

Capturing a New Dream

As a kid, William Brown (Gamma Zeta Chapter ‘16) was a troublemaker but, after being diagnosed with a rare form of childhood bone cancer, he changed direction. Eight months of chemotherapy and a knee replacement at 15, “made me open my eyes,” he said. As...
August 23, 2019

Lessons TAUght Through Brotherhood

Chilando aka Cheech (Tau Chapter '14) attended Camden County College in his home state of New Jersey, graduating with an Associates Degree in Biology. He began researching schools to transfer and after looking at several schools, he realized that his next adventure would take him...
August 16, 2019

Communicating Professionalism

Taylor Brock, a 2016 Alpha Xi Chapter Alumna, is a career advising fellow for the Student Development Center at Elon University, and shares tips for the importance of communicating professionalism. Present yourself professionally! You can ensure current and future success by presenting yourself in a...
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...