By Noraleen Duvall Young,
April is National Volunteer Month, when we celebrate the work that our volunteers do year-round.
By Noraleen Young,
Each time I receive a badge in the archives, I think of the woman who wore it and our shared experience.
I encourage you to find some time and curl up with a history of Kappa Alpha Theta.
Theta has a long tradition of providing opportunities for its members to network.
While it has been a different kind of year than anyone of us imagined, many very great things have happened over the year.
Kappa Alpha Theta recognizes November as National Scholarship Month.
October is US Archives Month, and the Theta archives are proud to be a member of the archival community.
On August 26, the U.S. celebrates the ratification of the 19th Amendment. Over the years, Thetas participated in the effort.
Acknowledging our history is not to excuse Thetas of the past for their behavior; it is to learn what we should do differently.
There are several reasons why the Greek-letter order of college chapters does not represent the actual establishment order.
Numbers play an important role in telling the story of an organization.
Many Thetas have worked in the health fields, either on the front lines as nurses, physicians, and technicians, or as researchers.