The Triangle

The Triangle is the annual magazine of Sigma Sigma Sigma. Each issue features individual member stories, collegiate and alumnae chapter updates, news from National Headquarters, and more!

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The Triangle is published annually each fall. Update your address and Communications Preferences to ensure you are opted in for either the print or digital edition—or both!

Visit our recent magazine archives here. The archiving of all issues is currently in progress. Check back in mid-2024!

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Collegiate Chapter News is the most popular section of the magazine, so don’t miss out on this opportunity to let the rest of Tri Sigma know about your chapter’s happenings.

  • Must be submitted by July 1
  • 75-125 words recapping the academic year
  • Written in past tense, third-person
  • Submit a high-resolution photo in jpg or png format
  • Cover your chapter milestones:
  • Recruitment or initiation numbers
  • Philanthropic events held & money raised
  • Awards & achievements (campus, Panhellenic, philanthropic, etc.)
  • Events such as formals, sisterhood or alumnae gatherings, service projects, etc.

  • If submitting photos taken with a phone, submit the original image (rather than images that have been texted, screenshot or downloaded from Facebook or Instagram) as the quality of the picture is often not ideal for print publications.
  • Make sure photos have adequate lighting and are not filtered.
  • We love photos that show action, emotion and contextual content!
  • Photos showing dining tables with glassware that may be construed as alcoholic beverages will not be used.
  • Have a photo to submit for social media? Upload It here.


Because of the volume of submissions received, space constraints, and quality requirements, your material may be edited, appear in a later issue, or not be used.