Please join us at our annual Founders Day Luncheon. This year, we welcome a very special guest, Fraternity President Mandy Wushinske. Advance reservations are required.
Thursday, February 28
Thursday, March 28
Thank you to everyone who attended or supported the 2nd Annual Theta & Friends BINGO! Night. We are grateful for your support and and your efforts raised over $70,000!
The actives of Beta Sigma have enjoyed a restful holiday season following the end of Fall Semester 2018. As a reminder, SMU Recruitment is held January 14 - 17, 2019.
Beta Sigma Facility Corporation Our meetings are held at Beta Sigma at 3108 University Blvd. Please park at Burleson Park.
February 10 at 4:30 pm
April 14 at 4:30 pm
We invite new Theta Alumnae to join us at all of our activities!
IT’S A GREAT TIME TO BECOME LIFE LOYAL!
Life Loyal membership is a great way to stay
connected to Kappa Alpha Theta.
In addition to great benefits, your one-time membership payment fufills your annual Fraternity
‘per capita' dues for a lifetime.
Pay a one-time fee of $299. For our Golden Pansies (50+ year Thetas) this fee is only $189.
Your annual Dallas Alumnae Chapter dues of $60 covers the cost of your annual Fraternity dues ($30 per year) and Local Chapter dues ($30) to fund our Dallas programming and events.
Life Loyal members only pay annual local chapter dues of $30 per year.
If you plan on being a member of any local alumnae chapter for 10 years or more, Life Loyal pays for itself!
Laura Welch Bush, Beta Sigma, SMU
Barbara Pierce Bush, Epsilon Tau, Yale
Jenna Bush Hager, Alpha Theta, University of Texas on the loss of their father-in-law and grandfather
George H.W. Bush
Heather Graham Hunt, Gamma Psi, TCU
Nancy Ann Hunt, Beta Sigma, SMU
Ashlee Hunt Kleinert, Beta Sigma, SMU
Constance Kleinert , Beta Sigma, SMU
Lauren Sands, Omicron, USC on the death of their aunt, sister-in-law, and grandmother
Caroline Rose Hunt
The family and friends of Leigh Summers Fulgham, Kappa, University of Kansas
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A Message from our Headquarters:
Kappa Alpha Theta Takes a Stand
In early December, Kappa Alpha Theta and a coalition of sororities, fraternities, and students filed a federal lawsuit challenging Harvard’s sanctions policy that punishes students who join off-campus, single-sex social organizations—including Theta.
The impact of Harvard’s policy on women’s organizations has been devastating. It forced the college members of our Zeta Xi Chapter to make an impossible choice between holding leadership positions and applying for scholarships and fellowships or being members of communities specifically designed to support and empower college women to have those aspirations. We were proud of our Zeta Xi sisters, who advocated passionately for their freedom to choose their associations; unfortunately, Harvard’s sanctions make it impossible for Zeta Xi to continue operations as an active chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta. With deep sadness, Grand Council accepted the chapter charter this summer, relinquished by a unanimous vote of the active chapter members.
You may be wondering why Theta is a plaintiff in this lawsuit if we no longer have a college chapter open to Harvard women. We can’t sit back and allow Harvard to set a precedent that could be followed by others. Under Harvard’s paternalism, its first lesson—especially to women students—is that they must surrender their rights.
You may also be wondering about the cost associated with this lawsuit. Kappa Alpha Theta has committed $50,000 for three years; our partner-plaintiffs, the National Panhellenic Conference, and the North-American Interfraternity Conference have pledged similar amounts, and the Fraternity and Sorority Action Fund is also contributing to this effort. Please be assured that programming support for Thetas and Theta chapters will not be affected, nor will dues and fees.