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Kappa Alpha Theta
42 Charlesfield St, box 2002
Providence, RI 02912-1168
February 20, 1897
March 03, 1984
Alpha Epsilon Nikê Response
In 1897, a local group at Brown University, in Providence, Rhode Island, became Alpha Epsilon Chapter. By 1912, one hundred eight women had become Thetas at Brown. Future initiations were prohibited by the administration, leading to the chapter's demise in 1912. Seventy-two years later, two collegians — believing there was a place for women's fraternities on campus — launched a successful campaign for affiliation, and Alpha Epsilon returned to Brown in 1984.
Alpha Epsilon Notable Thetas Show All
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Alpha Epsilon Grand Convention Awards
Theta has been presenting awards to college chapters at Grand Convention since 1917. Award categories have changed frequently. The following listing includes only those who finished first.
  • 2014 Silver Kite Award
  • 2008 Improvement in Risk Management Programming
  • 2008 Bronze Kite Award
  • 1998 Excellence in Finance Award, without a facility
Alpha Epsilon Historical Documents from the Archives
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Chapter Heritage

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Fraternity Officers

Listed in alphabetical order are members from your chapter who have served in selected fraternity-level officer positions.
  • Cotton, Flora
    • Special Officer
      1915 - 1919
  • Gordon, Hope
    • Grand Council Member at Large
      1913 - 1915
    • Fraternity President
      1915 - 1919
    • Special Officer
      1919 - 1931
  • Oelerich, Molly
    • Finance District Director
      2001 - 2002
  • Parsley, Kim
    • Educational Leadership Consultant
      1987 - 1988