Time to Reflect on All Things Good

January 2nd, 2020 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Sarah Davis-Candeto, International Vice President As we begin a new year, I like to spend a few moments reflecting and giving thanks for the blessings and opportunities I have

‘Tis the Season to Give Thanks

December 4th, 2019 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Jacquelyn Hontalas, International Vice President It’s officially the holiday season, so what else would I write about than what I’m thankful for? But first, some history for context*… 1851:

Congratulations to our 2018-2019 Scholarship Recipients

November 15th, 2019 / Foundation Admin /

This year, the Alpha Delta Pi Foundation awarded 139 scholarships totaling $192,350 to sisters for undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education. Thank you to the many very generous donors, chapters, alumnae

Haunted ADPi House Stories That’ll Have You Spooked!

October 31st, 2019 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Hannah Peterson, Multimedia Marketing Coordinator We asked our sisters to share spooky experiences from living in their ADPi houses/facilities and they delivered. Here are the creepiest stories… Epsilon Zeta

1980-Eta Chapter Swing-a-Thon

ADPi + RMHC… A 40 Year History

October 18th, 2019 / Foundation Admin /

A Plan Derailed It all began in 1977, two years before Ronald McDonald House, later Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), was officially selected as the philanthropic partner for Alpha Delta

A Look Back on LC Life – 10 Years Later

October 17th, 2019 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Jodi Boyer, Beta Tau – University of Akron In order to write this post about my time as a Leadership Consultant (LC), over 10 years after the fact, I

Life as a Leadership Consultant – A Parent’s Perspective

October 15th, 2019 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Mike Moran, Father of Past Leadership Consultant Quinn Moran Perhaps the Alpha Delta Pi internship two years prior was the stepping stone for my daughter to consider the ADPi

I Chose Now

October 8th, 2019 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Libby Bauman, Chi – Wittenburg University Nearly a year ago, I decided to spend my last summer as a student cycling across the U. S. from Seattle, Washington to

Why I Fall for Fall

October 7th, 2019 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

By Ellen Long Liston, Alpha Kappa – University of Tennessee Fall. Just the word makes me happy. And when the season actually arrives, well – happy doesn’t even come close

Why I #RunChicago for RMHC – It’s the Best of Our Sisterhood in Action  

October 4th, 2019 / Foundation Admin /

by Meg Alexander