Talk That Talk: Idea to Enterprise was virtually held on the fourth day of our 2020 Delta Week, in which branding strategies and tips for successfully building and branding a self-owned business were discussed.
Do you have what it takes to move on up?! The Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Chapter Sorority, Inc. discusses the DO's and DON'Ts of renting property in a life size game of monopoly.
ANu Beginning is hosted annually to provide resources, tips, and encouragement to students as they begin the first semester of the school year. ANu's Declassified specifically highlighted how to navigate through a virtual semester during COVID-19.
REDxANu: Professionally Prepared was held on the second day of our 2019 Delta Week. This RED Talk specifically focused on discussion of professionalism and the many ways in which it can be utilized for personal branding.
Study Tables was held to provide a productive space for students on campus to get their work done collectively.
International Awareness and Involvement
Shining The Light on Injustice = ENDSARS was virtually held on the first day of our 2020 Delta Week, where we discussed the impact of SARS in Nigeria.
Our 20202 Taste of All Nations was virtually held on instagram for viewers to hear and learn about different countries, cultures and traditions across the globe.
And That's... PERIOD was held during our 2019 Delta Week, in which we facilitated an interactive discussion on menstruation poverty across the globe.
Physical and Mental Health
Political Awareness and Involvement
During the 2020 Delta Week, the Alpha Nu Chapter discussed factors that affect mental health and provided resources to combat mental distress they might experience during COVID.
The Alpha Nu Chapter worked to spread awareness on health misconceptions in the Black community that has been passed down from generation to generation.
The Alpha Nu Chapter teamed up with the Men of La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc. to raise awareness on the issues surrounding intimate partner violence.
During the 2020 Delta Week, the Alpha Nu Chapter lead a informational and discussion on the history of the struggles faced by African American students on UIUC's campus.
The U.S. Census conducts an official count of residents living in the United States, District of Columbia, and five U.S. territories. Participation in the Census is mandated by Article 1, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution to occur every 10 years.
During the third RED Talk, the Alpha Nu Chapter lead an interactive discussion and workshop surrounding the 2020 Census and how it impacts our communities.
Arts and Letters
'Music For Tha Soul' was an Alpha Nu Chapter initiative to provide the community with three different playlists to help students study and reduce stress during finals week.
Catch 22 is our Annual talent showcase that honors our beloved Alpha Nu Soror Dr. Ashley S.C. Walls for her commitment and the legacy she continues to leave. Participants have the opportunity to showcase any talent they like.