Categories: News, Press Releases, Announcements
The Theta Phi Alpha Grand Council recently accepted the resignation of two dedicated Grand Council members. Both Karen Jenkins Rubican, National Vice President-Collegians, and Lauren Svec Gallo, National Vice President-Alumnae, have committed countless evenings and weekends and sacrificed time away from their families in service to the Fraternity.
Categories: Announcements, Blog
It’s difficult to fully capture the hardships the world has faced in 2020 so far. Starting with the historic pandemic and its impact on higher education and the economy, to the fight for racial justice, Theta Phi Alpha continues to find ways to improve as a sisterhood to ensure that we are supporting our members, living our values, and fulfilling our mission.
Categories: National Newsletter
The logistical and economic obstacles caused by the pandemic, as well as its unpredictability and rapidly-changing nature, have led Grand Council to make the very difficult decision to postpone all in-person events for the 2020 National Convention in Florida until we gather again in the summer of 2022.
The last week saw unprecedented actions to stop the spread of the coronavirus (also called COVID-19) in the United States. Every university is taking steps to keep their students safe. Theta Phi Alpha is doing the same - taking steps to keep our members and our staff safe.
Theta Phi Alpha’s Board of Trustees is proud to announce Nikole Collins-Puri as the honored recipient of the 2020 Siena Medal.
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