On July 28, 1951, the Alpha Delta chapter of Tau Beta Sigma was formed at Ohio University. Ever since then, Alpha Delta has been dedicated to serving all student musicians and university bands, including the Winds Symphony, Symphonic Band, University Band, and The Marching 110. Check out OU's School of Music, TBS and KKY's official publication, The Podium, and the rest of Tau Beta Sigma here:
Alpha Delta's Blog
Check out the latest thoughts and musings from Alpha Delta Chapter members on our blog.
The tag line of my story is seemingly that of a typical nerd: marching band has always been a huge part of my life. This narrative will not explain to you how to play an instrument or give you first-person accounts of a show. This is, instead, a tale of finding oneself.
Most people hate the day of February 14th, especially if they are single. I personally love this day and I want to take this year to spend it with my Tau Beta Sigma Sisters! So even if you have someone or just want to have a night out with friends, here are five ways to spend Valentine’s Day with your second family!
A lot of people will write about how this organization has helped them with their lives, how much the friends they made here and the experience that they made is irreplaceable. I’m not here to lessen that, or to refute it, but I’d like to offer a slightly different opinion.
When I came to college I told myself that I would never join a sorority. Frankly, constantly being surrounded by girls is a pretty terrifying idea when you grew up with brothers.
Last spring, I joined TBS because I wanted to give back to my university and get to know new people. Little did I know, I would become an integral part of a warm and loving community of musicians.
When I initially joined the Marching 110, I heard about Tau Beta Sigma (TBS) and Kappa Kappa Psi (KKP) through word of mouth. I was immediately interested, since my original plan was to rush for some Greek organization when I came to college.