The Egalitarian

NSLS Southeast Chapter looks forward to future success

NSLS Southeast Chapter Executive Board (from left, standing: Advisers Tina Williams and Dr. Johnella Bradford, Chapter President Fathy Elsayem, Co-Vice President Kristen Chersky; from left, sitting: SNT Coordinator Martha Molina, and Vice President Filipa Ivo.

Ana Gonzalez, Editor-in-Chief

April 10, 2019

When it’s Friday afternoon, it usually means “weekend, yay!”. However, the student members of the NSLS Southeast Chapter at HCC Eastside campus holds their meetings every Friday afternoon, and they aren’t complaining. In fact, they love being part of a powerful society. Adviser Tina Williams...

What’s with the Greek name?

What’s with the Greek name?

Alyssa Foley, Editor in Chief

January 30, 2016

Phi Theta Kappa. Psi Beta. Sigma Alpha Pi. Psi Kappa. Phi Beta Lambda. The National Society of Leadership and Success. The National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Use the words ‘Phi’, ‘Psi’, ‘Pi’ or ‘The National Society of’ and you have yourself a student group. If you are asked...

NSLS awarding scholarships

The National Society of Leadership and Success opened applications for their fall 2015 scholarships. Houston Community College students who are active members of one of HCC's chapters may apply.

Egalitarian Staff Report

September 3, 2015

Houston Community College students who are active members of the National Society of Leadership and Success can apply for the organization's merit and need-based scholarships. The society is now accepting applications for fall 2015 scholarships. Eligible members from any chapter may apply online through Oct...

Drops in the bucket: NSLS hosts Sheryl WuDunn and Nicholas Kristof

Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, NSLS Keynote Speakers on Nov. 4, 2014

Alyssa Foley, Editor

November 10, 2014

“All of our lives are chaotic and random. If we can find some way to connect to a cause, we can give it [our lives] some overlying purpose.” Kristof explained. “I think we know that helping people is harder than it looks,” Kristof admitted, “but we can have an effect and that’s profoundly reassuring.” He added that, “I’ve become a believer in drops in the bucket.” WuDunn and Kristof were asked, what can college students do to make a difference? “You don’t have to just give - there’s advocacy,” WuDunn said. She told students to, “Look into something you care about [. . .] Follow an interest you have. Do it with friends.” Kristof recommended using Facebook and Twitter as platforms for advocacy.

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