Sigma Kappa Delta, Epsilon Alpha Chapter, is an English honor society at Northeast. It is the first chapter in the state of Alabama to be chartered. The society is specifically designed for two-year community colleges.
Membership requirements include:
Sigma Kappa Delta members edit the campus literary magazine, Aurora.
Aurora Literary Magazine (See the Aurora page for information about contributing to the next issue!)
Dalia Nolasco Ortega
Director of English & Fine Arts, Student Activities
Office: EN 107
Office: EN 111
Office: EN 109
Dalia Nolasco - 3rd Place—National Photography Contest
Abby Carroll - 2nd Place—National Photography Contest
Abby Carroll - 3rd Place—National Literary Analysis Writing Contest
Toni Thompson-Morgan - 1st Place—National Short Fiction Writing Contest
Abby Carroll - Dr. Susan LeJeune Service Scholarship
Abigail Harrison - Joan S. Reeves Service Scholarship
Jody Ragsdale - 10 Years of Service Certificate
Joan Reeves - 25 Years of Service Certificate
SKD officers welcome students during National Literacy Day. Officers provided doughnuts, coffee, and soft drinks as they promoted SKD and the SKD Book Club.
During the months of September and October, students and faculty met to read and discuss Hillary Jordan’s novel Mudbound.
Students and faculty gather together for SKD’s Fall Project: Mudbound Book Club.
Students and English faculty with Billy Collins, former Poet Laureate for the United States. Students and faculty traveled to Huntsville to hear the famous poet at Calhoun Community College’s annual writer’s conference.
SKD officers welcome students at the NACC Back to School Bash held on the NACC quad. Students were able to sign up for the SKD Book Club, and even Dr. Campbell signed up for his copy of Mudbound.
SKD officers proudly win 3rd Place for their mock tail during the annual Alcohol Awareness Week at NACC.
Alumni & Giving
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