The Compass is the official magazine of Theta Phi Alpha. News of members, chapters, and Alumnae Associations, pertinent information and articles of interest to the Fraternity’s members are included in The Compass. Alumnae and collegiate members are encouraged to submit articles of general or fraternal interest to The Compass and also to inter-fraternity journals. Collegians receive The Compass at their homes as part of their per capita fees, collected through each chapter. Alumnae pay alumnae dues to continue their subscriptions. All members are urged to keep National Office informed of any changes of name and/or address to ensure delivery of every issue.
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The Compass section “Between Sisters” lists member childbirths, marriages, sympathies, and deaths. If you know of any “Between Sisters” items, please send them to National Office for the next issue.
Fall 2020 Issue:
ΘΦΑ and DEIA
By Nikole Collins-Puri, 2020 Siena Medalist
As a sisterhood founded on a deep commitment to social service, now is the time to define what that means and to hold the sisterhood accountable. It is important to reflect on where we came from so that we may act today and create a better tomorrow for generations to come. [Continue reading]
Collaborator, Innovator, Advocate, Champion | Nikole Collins-Puri Receives Siena Medal
By Antoinette Cummins, Beta Gamma, and Kathleen Sullivan Alpha Gamma
Our 2020 Siena Medalist, Nikole Collins-Puri, CEO of Techbridge Girls, not only recognizes the importance of technology in our lives, but how encouraging young women to join STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) programs builds a pipeline of smart, confident, and creative women who have set out to solve the world’s biggest challenges through science and technology. [Continue reading]