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Let’s Strengthen the Ties that Bind

By Leslie Fight on Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 08:30 AM
This was the premise years ago when RoseAnn Hansen, Delta Zeta/Emory’s ABC, and I sat on my front porch to brainstorm how to build community between the chapter and the Atlanta Alumnae Chapter! The Emory women had been in their new university-provided more »

#PostELCLife

By Jenny Cook on Monday, Oct 27, 2014 05:20 PM
Now that I am in my second year as an ELC I have received the question, “So what do you want to do after being an ELC?” on almost every visit. While I did not necessarily mind answering this question last year because I knew I wanted to do the ELC more »

CASA: A Mighty Voice for Children

By Melissa Shaub on Monday, Oct 20, 2014 09:00 AM
Guest blogger and CASA CEO Michael Piraino shares his thoughts about Theta's 25-year partnership with CASA.

When people ask me what CASA is all about, I tell them it’s a movement. A volunteer movement of advocacy for abused and neglected more »

The ABCs of Service

By Elise Connor Rowan on Thursday, Oct 16, 2014 12:00 PM
This year, on October 19, we will once again celebrate Bettie Locke Hamilton's birthday with acts of community service around the world. Here are the ABCs of service to give you some ideas on what you or your chapter could plan to participate in Theta's more »

Why I Love Being an ELC

By Sami Bahu on Monday, Oct 13, 2014 01:04 PM
I cannot believe it has been a year since I sat down to fill out my application for Kappa Alpha Theta’s Educational Leadership Consultant program. What a whirlwind the past 12 months have been. From hitting the submit button on my application and more »

Field Notes from the Window Seat

By Alexa Borowski on Thursday, Oct 9, 2014 08:00 AM
The educational leadership consultants have headed back to Indianapolis for mid-semester meetings. We all left fresh from training with packed bags and happy hearts. As we return, our bags are still stuffed, our hearts are still happy. But our stories more »