ΣΔΤ Blog

Adding the Collegiate Perspective to Convention

By SDT Headquarters,

Written by Tara Olson, immediate past Chapter President, Alpha Tau-George Washington University, and a member of the 2017-18 Collegiate Leadership Team. She is majoring in mechanical engineering and volunteers her time at Girls on the Run DC and Higher Achievement. The Collegiate Leadership Team (CLT) is comprised of dynamic, undergraduate sisters responsible for planning workshops  … Read more


Making New SDT Connections Where You Live

By SDT Headquarters,

By Rhesa Rubin, Beta Pi-University of Rochester and Lambda-UCLA My sorority days are in my rearview mirror, but memories remain that make me smile. After my youngest child left for college, I decided I wanted to reconnect with Sigma Delta Tau in my local area. The question was how and where? SDT provided the path  … Read more


A Convention Q&A with Beth Gruber and the Convention Team

By SDT Headquarters,

Beth Gruber has held countless positions during her 26 years of volunteering for Sigma Delta Tau, including National President, National Vice President, Membership Recruitment Chairman, House Corporation Officer, and as a member of the Jewish Outreach Team. She has also served as Extension Chairman, Chapter Advisor, House Corporation Officer, Centennial Chairman, and on the NPC  … Read more


Support Fraternity/Sorority Housing! Tell Congress to support the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act.

By SDT Headquarters,

Fraternities and sororities are the nation’s second largest provider of college student housing. We provide housing – and one-of-a-kind experience – for more than 370,000 of the most active students on campuses. Yet, donations toward building and maintaining our houses are restricted from receiving full tax deductions. The Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act (CHIA) would  … Read more


Announcing the Beth Metzger Gruber Scholarship

By SDT Headquarters,

The Phi Chapter is honored to announce a partnership with the Sigma Delta Tau Foundation to establish the Beth Metzger Gruber Scholarship to support the women of Phi-Penn State University. In 1917, seven courageous Jewish women established a sorority of inclusion, respect, and sisterhood. 100 years later we are honored to have inspiring women, like  … Read more