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I Am a Theta

Recent Stories
  • Jane Harless Bailey A Theta History and Love That Runs Deep — With sadness, I would like to let Theta headquarters know information regarding my mother, Janet ... read more »
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  • Sam Keil Why I Am a Theta Advisor — As a collegian, I had wonderful advisors who challenged, supported, and encouraged me, and I wanted to be that advisor to ... read more »
  • Lisa Marie Bullard Lazdins Reconnecting to Theta After College — When I packed my car and headed off to college, the only thing I knew was that I did not want to ... read more »
  • Ashley Bolger I Found My Home in Theta — Fall or spring, formal or informal, there's no one right way to find your home!
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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
Julia Warner Snow
Iota
Cornell University
A botany instructor at Smith, Snow was the first to teach bacteriology at the college in 1902. She worked extensively on fresh water algae and ... [Read More]
Theta Spotlight
Dr. Lynda Malugen Wiley
Alpha Mu/Missouri
Lynda was recently hired as the executive director of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors and AFA Foundation. AFA provides resources and ongoing professional development for the success of fraternity/sorority advisors, and aims to align the fraternity/sorority and higher education more »