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Women’s fraternity in midst of membership drive


Showing off the results of her tie-dye talents, Deanna M. Helverson, software development and information management, stays cool under a Wildcat blue canopy.
Showing off the results of her tie-dye talents, Deanna M. Helverson, software development and information management, stays cool under a Wildcat blue canopy.
Rocking The Rock are Theta Phi Alpha members Shaqira A. Drummond (left), business administration: marketing concentration, and Kaylee A. Smith, graphic design.
Rocking The Rock are Theta Phi Alpha members Shaqira A. Drummond (left), business administration: marketing concentration, and Kaylee A. Smith, graphic design.
With a tie-dye-looking mask and purple-tinted hair, Abby E. Sneeringer, human services and restorative justice, blends in beautifully with the organization’s outdoor activity.
With a tie-dye-looking mask and purple-tinted hair, Abby E. Sneeringer, human services and restorative justice, blends in beautifully with the organization’s outdoor activity.
Roses outside the Campus Center complement this Theta Phi Alpha shirt worn by Caila N. Flanagan, business administration: management concentration.
Roses outside the Campus Center complement this Theta Phi Alpha shirt worn by Caila N. Flanagan, business administration: management concentration.

A campus recruitment effort is underway by Theta Phi Alpha, a national women’s social fraternity and member of the National Panhellenic Conference. The mission of Theta Phi Alpha encompasses far more than providing a social network for college women. For more than 100 years, Theta Phi Alpha has maintained a history rich in educational excellence, professional achievement and a deep commitment to social service. It is the sisterhood’s goal to create close comradeship; to advance educational, social, and philanthropic interests; to encourage spiritual development and adherence to the highest moral standards; and to promote the lifelong bonds of friendship. Interested students are asked to contact the emerging Penn College chapter, which recently kicked off the drive by painting The Rock and tie-dying T-shirts outside the Bush Campus Center.

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