Sunday, November 25, 2012

Letters From Abroad!

Hey Theta gals!

Study abroad is the most amazing experience I have ever had in my life. I am currently in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and we are making our way towards Manaus, Brazil. In the past two months, I have been in 4 different continents, 11 different countries, and have seen over 30 different cities. I cannot believe all that I have seen and done in such a short period of time. With each country, I have learned something different about myself. I could probably type for over an hour and not be able to explain it all, so instead I attached a few of my favorite pictures.

When you go abroad, you realize how small the world is. There are 15 Thetas on the ship from all different Universities, some including UCLA, UVA, USD, and Syracuse. Don't worry, I took a lot of kite pictures with some of them and swapped a few Theta shirts!

I feel like it was just yesterday I was freaking out about living on a ship for 3 months, but in reality, I only have 13 more days on this incredible journey. It is going to be bittersweet to come back to Chapman. I am excited to be back with all you ladies and I am excited to meet all of the wonderful new members, but I am also sad to close this chapter of my life.

Theta Love from the top of Table Mountain in South Africa!!

Julie Case

Perfect form in Cape Town

Abbey Road in London

Clogging around in Holland

Morning Star school in Ghana

Met up with Marley in Ireland

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Letters From Abroad

Theta sisters travel the world and keep us updated on their adventures!

Hello to all of my beautiful Theta Sisters!! My time abroad has been nothing short of amazing! I have fallen in love with Italy and cannot even believe that I only have one more month here in Florence. Here in Florence, I am an Art History intern tour guide at the Basilica of San Lorenzo. I give free-guided tours in English to visitors and it counts for class credit! I love to wander around the city and I spend any free time visiting museums, where I have seen some of the most amazing pieces of artwork! I am an Art History Major so it is my favorite part about living in the birthplace of the Renaissance. The best part of studying abroad is traveling!! Through language barriers, differences in cultures, and exploring unique places, I have learned so much about Europe and about myself. Living in a foreign country, although stressful and confusing at times, has been the greatest life-changing adventure and I cannot wait to see where it takes me next! I will be leaving Florence in December, having met life-long friends and falling in love with the charm and history of Europe. I cannot wait to see you all next semester at Chapman!

Theta Love,

Hannah Brockway

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Falling in LΘVE with Theta

Check out what Chapman Theta has been up to this Fall!
Chapman Theta Recruitment 2012
Theta Bid Night
Big/Little Reveal
Father/Daughter Angel's Game


Toyota of Orange 5k

Homecoming Chilli Cook-Off

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Chapman Theta Recruitment 2012

Chapman Theta Proudly Welcomes Our 2012 New Members! 
Theta For A Lifetime!

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Greek Awards 2012 - Sorority of the Year

It was a great night for Chapman University Greek Life & Chapman Theta! This has been a phenomenal year and Theta is beyond proud to be a part of such a strong and amazing Greek community!

Sending a lot of Theta Love to all the ladies of Kappa Alpha Theta for receiving the following awards:
Sorority of the Year
Alumnae and Parent Relations
Four Pillars
Greek Life Spirit
Advisor of the Year

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Relay for Life: Walking for a Cause

Relay for Life was an amazing, life changing experience! Not only did I learn a huge amount about an amazing program, but I also learned so much about my amazing Theta sisters. The event started on a Friday afternoon and lasted exactly 24 hours. Relay for Life included an opening ceremony, luminary ceremony, closing ceremony, as well as inspirational and tearful stories. The moral of the event was to have someone walking on the track for each of the 24 hours to show that cancer never sleeps. I was able to bond and learn so many different things from my sisters. After my personal 10 hours at Relay for Life, 32 laps, 8 miles of walking, tears, and laughter, I now know even more why I am a Theta.
By: Megan Forell