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Exhibits
Browse through images and content that document the first four women to attend DePauw University, and those early years in which they broke new ground. Learn more.

We also offer additional exhibits on a variety of Theta topics.
Notable Thetas
Thetas have made their mark on campuses and communities around the world through their professional and volunteer activities. Search for a specific campus or career path, or browse leading women who have made a difference.
Resources
Check out "Best Practices" to manage your chapter archives or personal mementoes. Access past Heritage blogs. Learn how Theta fits within the larger historical context of Greek-letter organizations and women's history.
Who We Are
Learn about Theta's founders, and ask the archivist about doing research in or donating materials to the archives.

Are you interested in Theta history or artifacts? Are you a researcher looking into the history of women on college campuses? Explore the story of Theta through our collections, exhibits, articles, and blogs and learn how leading women make history.

From Theta's Archive

Emerging Leaders Institute: Encouraging Members to Lead Others

By Elle Benak on Monday, Apr 9, 2018 10:20 AM
As a collegian, Emerging Leaders Institute (ELI) is something I have heard a lot about but never really understood. While interning at headquarters last summer, I had the opportunity to travel with Noraleen Young, staff archivist, to DePauw University more »

Marking U.S. National Women's History Month

By Noraleen DuVall Young on Monday, Mar 19, 2018 07:45 AM
The story of Theta is the story of women in North America over the last 150 years. From the early days of women seeking a college education to women creating a welcoming, supportive place on campus, in a community, or in the workplace, Thetas have been more »

Connecting Pieces in the Archives: Founders Day in Philadelphia

By Noraleen DuVall Young on Monday, Jan 29, 2018 09:30 AM
One of things that makes an archivist happy is finding connections between separate pieces in the collection, each item great on its own but telling a more complete story together. It is almost as if there is a visible line connecting disparate parts. I more »

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On This Day in
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Marna Venable Brady, Military Officer and Academic Administrator