||[Sep. 11th, 2006|10:07 pm]
Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society
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The lovely former maintainer breathesymphony has transferred ownership of this community to me. I am the current (newly instated) president of the EKU chapter in Richmond, KY. As part of the attempt to keep my group active, I plan to reactivate this LJ community as a place to exchange ideas, share frustrations and joys, and keep each other updated on news relevant to our organization.
Please spread the word to other STD members, and feel free to use this thread as a means to introduce yourself.
- Updated userinfo
- A new look!
- Membership cleanup (started with deleted accounts, moving to inactive accounts)
- Real activity!
Since I haven't posted in a while, here's an intro -
My name is Auden. I'm a 1995 Alpha Alpha Psi alum who served as Chapter VP under Christie Thaut. I've also attended CU Boulder, but they didn't form a chapter until after I finished school. I'm still tickled CU finally formed a STD chapter, though.
Hello to everyone. :o)
Hey, that means I belong to your chapter! (have yet to make it to a meeting, but I belong to your chapter!)
You do! Awesome. Come to our next meeting, slacker! :P It's Wednesday the 20th at 4:30 in Case Annex Lounge (next to the Writing Center).
Hello. I was president of Florida Southern College's chapter in 2005. I am now a grad student studying library science, but I am still here to see what others are doing:)
Greetings. My name is Chris, but some people call me by my last name, which is Dubey, pronounced "doobie." I am President Emeritus 2005 of Chapter Pi Psi at the University of Hartford. Shortly before I graduated, I passed legislation for a new chapter constitution, which can be viewed here:http://shimmersplash.livejournal.com/16736.html
However, my efforts to organize and energize the chapter didn't seem to get very far. I elected a new president, but she said nobody even wanted meetings. Anyway, I am glad someone is doing something on here. Oh, and I like your icon, Beth!
Currently, I am trying to find good graduate programs for a Master's degree in English or Creative Writing. I am planning to use PrincetonReview.com, but that's my only guide right now. If anyone knows some good programs, especially in Connecticut, please tell me. I was also accepted to the MFA program in writing at Southampton College of Long Island University, which, according to rumor, went bankrupt, fortunately after I rejected their offer of admission. I think they got bought by NYU in the end.