Alumnae and Collegians

Zeta Chi Chapter at Johns Hopkins University and Gamma Mu Chapter at the University of Maryland are the closest college chapters to our area.  Members of our chapter have served on the Advisory Board and Facility Corporation Board for both chapters. This year we were invited to a number of events at these chapters. Most recently, some of our members attended the installation of Zeta Chi chapter. Others attended Zeta Chi's Founders' Day celebration and Gamma Mu's Alumnae Brunch.

Because Kappa Alpha Theta is not an officially recognized student group at Harvard, Santa Clara, or Georgetown University, these schools prohibit using "Harvard," "Santa Clara," or "Georgetown" in any published reference to our Zeta Xi, Eta Lambda, or Theta Iota chapters. Although it is farther from us than the others, Theta Iota is a chapter in our region. Another not so near area chapter is soon returning when the Fraternity reestablishes Gamma Kappa chapter at George Washington University in the spring of 2017.
The Advisory Board at each chapter is looking for more advisors right now. If you are interested in learning more about being an adviser, please contact Kathy Salvemini.

We are fortunate to have two other alumnae chapters in our region: Baltimore Alumnae Chapter and Washington DC/Suburban Maryland Alumnae Chapter.  We all invite the other chapters to our major events during the year so we have the opportunity to expand our circle of Theta friends.

 Congratulations to Gamma Mu! April 27 turned out to be a big day for them. It started out with 8 of their alumna having their names engraved on bricks in the new Centennial Rose Garden commemorating 100 years of Greek Life on campus. The honorees were selected based on their contributions to Kappa Alpha Theta.  This was followed by the annual Greek Awards Ceremony where the Thetas won the President's Cup for being the best Greek group on campus!


Our own Kathy Salvemini was one of the Theta's honored with her own
brick in the garden.

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