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I Am a Theta

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I Am a Theta Because...

"I Am a Theta" is something we all say with pride, whether we just received a Bid Day card or a 75-year member pin. The fondness we all have for Theta comes from our own experiences—the people we meet, the time we spend together, and the stories we tell. These stories are what connect us to one another and strengthen our treasured sisterhood. These stories identify you with your Theta membership.

We all have a Theta story to tell. Is it a tradition from your college days? Someone you met as an alumna? A Theta memento that you hold close? An experience you had at Founders Day or a chapter event? Take just a minute to remember one of yours, and tell us why you're proud to say "I Am a Theta." And learn more about our Fraternity by reading stories submitted by your Theta sisters.

Notable Thetas
Ruth Frances Woodsmall
Beta
Indiana University
A woman's rights activist, researcher, and author, Woodsmall ultimately serves as General Secretary of the World YWCA from 1935-1947. Woodsmall ... [Read More]
Theta Spotlight
Kelly Corrigan
Epsilon Psi/Richmond
Kelly is a New York Times bestselling author of The Middle Place, Lift, and Glitter & Glue. She earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Richmond and Masters in literature from San Francisco State University. Kelly was the Leading Women Featured Speaker at Grand Convention more »