The Fraternity is saddened to share that Nikki Beaudoin, a college member at Delta Epsilon/Arizona State, passed away on June 10 following a sudden, devastating battle with cancer.
After completing her freshman and sophomore years at ASU's Barrett Honors College, Nikki was accepted to and planned to begin her final two years of college in the nursing program at the ASU School of Nursing and Health Innovation. Nursing was more than a career choice for Nikki: It was her passion. Her tenacity and bright spirit made a lasting impact on the women of Delta Epsilon.
We send our deepest condolences to Nikki's family, friends, and sisters. Please visit her family's Tumblr site to learn more about Nikki.
Kappa Alpha Theta expects each member to achieve high scholarship and to develop to the fullest her intellectual, cultural, and social potential. Congratulations to our college chapters that were number-one in scholarship within their respective campus Panhellenic during the fall 2016 term. In total, 45 chapters (31 percent of all Theta college chapters!) reported the highest grades within their Panhellenic - the largest number recorded. Thirty of these chapters repeated this achievement from the previous term!
What better year to acknowledge such great achievements as we recognize founder Alice Allen Brant in the Year of Scholarship? Of our four founders, Alice Allen Brant, in particular, pushed some academic and professional boundaries. Those who knew Alice described her as determined and intellectually curious. Alice would be proud of Theta's continued commitment to intellectual ambition.
The housing website highlights the benefits of being managed by FHC and showcases the beautiful renovations completed by the team. The FHC currently manages properties for 80 chapters and continues to grow. If you want to learn how your chapter can join FHC, please contact FHC Executive Director Teresa Smith.
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