As I finish up my senior year at Truman, it’s crazy to think that everything is coming to an end, especially my time in Delta Sigma Pi. I went out for Delta Sigma Pi recruitment during my first semester of my freshman year in 2015 and I can now safely say that I had no idea what I was getting myself into. When I talked to brothers during my recruitment, I was telling them that I wanted friends in the school of business and people that could help me in my classes. Little did I
A few weeks ago, I attended my second LEAD conference. I was more excited for this one because I knew what to expect from it. Additionally, it was in Chicago and I had never been there before. The six hour drive to get there was very long, but the brothers I rode with made it fun. In the morning we started off with a speech from the event’s keynote speaker, Mitch Matthews. His high-energy speech revolved around the idea of dream jobs. He told his own story of how he achieved
When I was a senior in high school, I very much remember thinking that I knew exactly what I wanted to do, and how I was going to get there. I knew that I wanted to go to law school and join the Navy after, and I knew that the first step in that process was to go to Truman State University. I knew that I wanted to be a political science major, and I knew that all of this was exactly what needed to happen, and most importantly, I wouldn’t be anything like those poor saps that
Throughout our last couple of years of college, we are constantly bombarded with questions and comments about our post-graduation plans. “Do you have a job lined up yet?” “Why not?” “Who do you want to work for?” “You better decide soon!” “Well I know so-and-so has a job after they graduate.” These phrases are horribly toxic to the mind of a young adult; it implies that job security is the essential key for post-graduation happiness. Even worse, we aren’t taught how to deal w
October 12-13, 2018 we had 18 brothers attend LEAD in Minneapolis, MN and met up with a couple alumni while there. Read about Matthew Kaiser's first time at LEAD and Joe Shaver's 12th time. I decided to go to LEAD this semester because I wanted to gain knowledge about the fraternity that I had recently joined. I was not sure what the weekend would entail, but my brothers reassured me that it would be worth it. On the morning we left, everyone in my car was in high spirits. Th
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