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Posted On: Monday, August 15, 2016 03:00 PM
Our thoughts and prayers are with sisters in Louisiana, where devastating flooding has taken the lives of six people and left thousands homeless. We have confirmed that all members in the area are safe; however, several members of Delta Kappa/LSU have lost their homes. We will post any updates on our website and on the Kappa Alpha Theta Facebook page. We appreciate you keeping us informed as you hear any news.

If you are moved to help our sisters in need, consider donating to the Friendship Fund, which was created to help Theta sisters experiencing severe financial distress, catastrophic illness, natural disaster, and urgent family crisis.
Posted On: Friday, August 12, 2016 08:33 AM
In 2016, we've had three headquarters staff members celebrate milestone anniversaries so far this year:

  • Gretchen Brown, membership coordinator, 25 years

  • Chris Finley, new member/registration coordinator, 10 years

  • Angela Merk, HQ executive assistant, 10 years

We are thrilled to have such dedication and longevity on our staff. Thank you for your many years of service to Theta!
Posted On: Wednesday, August 10, 2016 08:33 AM
For the seventh consecutive year, Kappa Alpha Theta is participating in #40Answers in 40 days, a crowdsourced resource for eliminating hazing created by Sigma Nu Fraternity and HazingPrevention.Org. #40Answers starts today and continues through the beginning of National Hazing Prevention Week on Sept. 19.

To read Kappa Alpha Theta's anti-hazing responses, follow @BettieLocke and the #LeadingWomenDontHaze hashtag on Twitter. For more information on the #40Answers campaign, how you can get involved with National Hazing Prevention Week, and the 2016 Resource and Planning Guide, visit www.nationalhazingpreventionweek.com.
Posted On: Friday, August 5, 2016 10:15 AM
Carole Cones Bradfield
Alpha/DePauw
Carole Cones Bradfield, Alpha/DePauw, had a unique Theta story. Her mother, Genevieve Hartley Cones; her grandmother, Eulalia Hamilton Hartley; and her great-aunt, Edna Locke Hamilton, were also Thetas.

But it is her great-grandmother who makes Carole's Theta story unique: Bettie Locke Hamilton. Of her great-grandmother, Carole said, "When I think about Theta turning 150 years old ... it's remarkable, and to think my relative had a part in it is even cooler. It shows what one woman can do, and what four women can do, and what women together can do. Theta wouldn't have lasted 150 years if there weren't something it gives women."

Kappa Alpha Theta mourns Carole's death. She passed away on August 3, and was the last direct descendant of Bettie Locke Hamilton.
Posted On: Friday, July 29, 2016 07:49 AM
Kappa Alpha Theta again is participating in the #IAmASororityWoman campaign on social media. Launched by Delta Gamma, this initiative intends to break down sorority stereotypes and encourage all sorority women to be proud of the organizations and sisterhoods to which they belong. Last year, men and women from more than 30 fraternal organizations joined in by using #IAmASororityWoman on social media.

Theta encourages all members to use the #IAmASororityWoman hashtag during the month of August to showcase their pride in not only Kappa Alpha Theta but in being a sorority woman.






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