Soon the Spring 2015 issue of the Theta magazine will appear in your mailbox. Although it’s not a special issue, per se, it does comprise a number of noteworthy features:
- News of a first-of-its-kind capital campaign launched by Theta Foundation. Through this campaign, Thetas and friends of Theta can invest in two proven programs: the Educational Leadership Consultant (ELC) program and a new need-based scholarship program.
- Further celebration of Theta’s 25-year relationship with CASA, including an article by a collegian who strengthened the connection between her chapter and her local CASA chapter.
- Stories from alumnae groups and college chapters about spreading the widest influence for good on our sixth annual Day of Service.
- The Fraternity’s annual report, a list of undergraduate Thetas who earned straight As, and a profile of Jean Smith McKenzie, Alpha Mu/Missouri, president of American Girl.
As always, we hope you will find both inspiration and entertainment in the latest issue of the Kappa Alpha Theta Magazine.