DBT Welcomes A New Fall Pledge Class

Starting college can be a nerve wracking experience! A lot of fear settles in the hearts and minds of these young beings. Making new friends can be a challenge for many. A feeling of acceptance and belonging yearns in these…

Gratitude For Our Graduates

Delta Beta Tau waved farewell to many beloved members as they graduated from SDSU this past May. From pledge educators, to executive board members, to simply just brothers & sisters of our community, each one of these graduates left a…

Mental Health Awareness Week

Amongst the madness of finals week, Delta Beta Tau hosts events that allow people to reflect upon their stress and emphasize the importance of maintaining mental health. This is known as our Mental Health Awareness Week. 

On Monday, we…

Bring A Third Sandwich

When people think of generosity today, they often relate it to money. When someone donates money to charity or always gives their change to the homeless guy outside the store, we label them as a “generous” person. Which is never…

Diligence

In the practice of Diligence, we explored the relationship between passion and diligence. Can you have one without the other? Can they go hand in hand? How do we maintain diligence with tasks we aren’t passionate about? Does too much…

A New Year

Ding.

I open my eyes to a room of new and old faces. A room full of silent, reflecting college students continuing the amazing and unique journey that Delta Beta Tau has to offer. I also see a room…

The Sangha

In Buddhism we are asked to take refuge in the Three Jewels: the Buddha, the Dharma, and the Sangha. This Wednesday we discussed what Sangha ment to us. 

Sangha roughly translated means community. We discussed the many different communities…

Positive Perspectives

Morals. We all have them, we all have reasons for them, but they are all completely different. Morals are created through so many varying factors and experiences, that they're distinctly subjective to each person. So how do we speak about…

Momentum

When I think back to the first interview I had with Claire Trageser, I'm absolutely blown away. Seated in the back of Buddha For You, I pondered hard about what a college Buddhist based organization would look like, and I…

Pao Fa Temple

Meditation has led me to some very interesting places and opportunities. It’s allowed me to train my mind in new ways as well as allowing me to be more open to new external situations. This past Friday was one of…

Patience: Accepting the Present Moment

How are we supposed to foster a society who is patient in a world full of instant gratification? 
  
Our social media feeds are packed with people posting their new awesome job, their expensive exotic vacation or their glamorous new car…