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Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity

1 graduated Zeta = alumna. 2+ graduated Zetas = alumnae ... but how do you pronounce it! We have the answer. :)

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Zeta Love ♥

50 Ideas for Making Your Own Valentines-- Creative fun for crafty Zetas. You can make these for sisters OR for someone in the community who might need a little Zeta love (soldiers, faculty/staff, parents, patients, etc.)

This video put visuals to a powerful essay from Edward King, entitled "The Secret Thoughts of the Ritual." It was made by Kappa Alpha Theta alumna Cara Jenkins. After watching it, COMMENT to tell us how can you make the ZTA Ritual a bigger part of your daily life. (PS-Don't share secrets, reflect on the Ritual's lessons.)

“The constant stream of messages from Zeta college and alumnae chapters and officers was a constant source of delight and surprise,” wrote one member when Alpha Chapter was reactivated in 1949. Let’s do the same this time around. Send us your congrats messages and pictures on Twitter, Facebook and email.

1924 marks the beginning of the second generation of Zeta Tau Alphas. Bess Gardner, daughter of Elizabeth Fromme Gardner, a charter member of Kappa Chapter was the first Zeta daughter welcomed into the Fraternity. She pledged in 1924 and was initiated in 1925 with her mother's pin, and her mother was present at the ritual service.

Herff Jones, the official jewler of Zeta Tau Alpha, offers many different types of ZTA jewelry.

Remembering Outstanding Alumna, Margaret A. Brewer -- first female Marine general officer

Click to hear the most amazing sound ... The Creed of Zeta Tau Alpha, as read by its author, Shirly Kreasan Strout.

DIY: At Home Spa Treatments ... Zeta SPA Alpha!

DID YOU KNOW: Zeta Tau Alpha's badge was designed in 1899 by Giles Mebane Smith, brother of Founder Frances Yancey Smith. Here's another badge from the ZTA Archives, a 1927 gold & pearl badge with ruby points, and pearl Tau chapter guard.

graduation poem... this would be awesome for D