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Posted On: Thursday, February 18, 2016 08:22 AM, by Ashlee Moody
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Swarthmore threw a Galentine's Day party this past weekend.

What made you fall in love with Theta?

In honor of Valentine's Day earlier this week, it is exciting to think about what attracted you to Theta. There are so many aspects to love about our organization; Thetas of all ages should continue loving Theta throughout life! Whether it was Theta's focus on service, sisterhood, scholarship, or something else that made you choose Theta, here are some ideas for how you can celebrate Theta love with your sisters!

Sisterhood: Have a movie night or make a "Galentine's Day" meal with sisters! While these are fun activities to do with your sisters year-round, it is the perfect opportunity to watch a sappy romantic comedy.

Scholarship: Study as a group! Many members choose to study together frequently. Add more fun to your studying by bringing along some chocolates and candies! Plus, all the Valentine's Day candy will be on sale. Win, win!

Service: Write letters to our troops or make valentine's treats for your local CASA chapter. Many chapters choose to write letters to our troops for Day of Service, so why not send valentines to our troops for the holiday? Sending Theta love to your local CASA chapter is another wonderful way to thank CASA volunteers for everything they do for our international philanthropy, as well as an opportunity to send love to children supported by CASA volunteers. Remember too to take part in our 150 Days of Celebrating Service!

These are just a few ideas of fun activities you can do with your sisters to celebrate Theta love. No matter what, cherish great times with your sisters. Let us know in the comments section what ideas you have to share!

Ashlee Moody, Zeta Eta/Wofford, is a first-year educational leadership consultant.