2015 Holiday Party, year-end Dates and Deadlines

The Des Moines – Central Iowa Alumni Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi has scheduled its annual Ugly Sweater – themed Holiday Party for the night of Saturday, December 12. Keeping with tradition, this fun, holiday gathering will be held at the High Life Lounge in Downtown Des Moines. Look for more info on the exact start-time of the party. Wear your ugly Christmas sweater (or not) and join the local alumni for socialization and year-end merriment. A pre-party dinner / Hors d’oeuvres mixer is in the planning process, so stayed tuned for info on that part of the evening as well.

Other dates to remember besides 12/12:

12/8. December 8 is the date of the price increase for individual registration to the Halsey Volley Ball Basketball Tournament.

12/16. December 16 is the date of the price increase for registration to the North Central LEAD Provincial Conference.

Get registered for these events before the price goes up!

The November 2015 issue of The Deltasig has been published. It features a full Congress recap, a list of all 2014-2015 award winners, the Fraternity and Foundation annual reports, and an article by Adam Carroll.

The DSP.org website also features a news item about the Great Plains Regional Conference held last month.

Des Moines
Iowa’s capitol city was recently ranked 4th as The Best Cities In America For Young Adults To Get Rich by moneyunder30.com.
And Des Moines’ East Village was featured in the New York Times article simply titled “Where to Go in the East Village of Des Moines


November 2015 News Roundup

Below is a copy of the November 2015 Newsletter from the Des Moines – Central Iowa Alumni Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi

2015-11 newsletter

Other reading material includes:

The recently published, annual ia Magazine

The November/December issue of dsm Magazine

The Atlantic Magazine reporting on Why Des Moines is a Millennial Paradise

Dell ranking Des Moines as #20 of the Top 25 Most Future-Ready Cities

West Des Moines alumni brother Rebecca Butler Mona volunteers to help solve traffic problems in Taiwan