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May 06, 1916
Beta Beta Nikê Response
Beta Beta Chapter was installed at Randolph-Macon Women's College, in Lynchburg, Virginia in 1916 — the same year a Phi Beta Kappa charter was granted to the college. A handsome copper samovar treasured by Beta Beta is proudly displayed at Fraternity Headquarters — a reminder of this long-time chapter which closed in 1960 as the women's Greek system was eliminated. When the college became coeducational in 2007, it became Randolph College.
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Beta Beta 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.
  • 1924 Efficiency Award
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Fraternity Officers

Listed in alphabetical order are members from your chapter who have served in selected fraternity-level officer positions.
  • Bell, Lou
    • Educational Leadership Consultant
      1959 - 1960
  • Grimshaw, Alberta
    • Foundation Trustee
      1972 - 1976
  • Stooker, Alice
    • Alumnae District President
      1971 - 1974
  • White, Martha
    • Grand Council Member at Large
      1958 - 1960
    • District Officer
      1964 - 1966
    • Grand Council Member at Large
      1966 - 1970
    • Fraternity President
      1972 - 1976
    • Special Officer
      1976 - 1986