During the month of October, Zeta Upsilon participated in the Love is Louder social media movement to show our love and support to all of our sisters—in Theta, in Panhellenic, in life—and to let them know that LOVE IS LOUDER than depression. Love is Louder was started by The Jed Foundation, MTV, and Brittany Snow to support anyone feeling mistreated, misunderstood or alone. You can participate by taking a photo of your hand with "Love is Louder" or "Theta Love is Louder" written on your palm. Please join us in this campaign by sharing your photos answering this statement: "Theta Love is Louder than _____." Tag your photos on social media with the following hashtag: #LoveIsLouder. Let Theta love be felt everywhere. One of the goals of Sisters Supporting Sisters is to bring awareness to Thetas about mental health illnesses. Making sure that our sisters who are struggling with a mental illness feel the support and power of our sisterhood. To encourage them to seek help. To help them get out of the dark. www.loveislouder.com/the-movement www.sisterssupportingsisters.org



Dear Friends,

On behalf of the women of the Zeta Upsilon chapter at the University of Texas at Dallas, I want to welcome you to Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity! As the Chapter President of Kappa Alpha Theta, I have the opportunity to work with an amazing team of women who share a passion for philanthropic service, academic scholarship, leadership development, and sisterhood which will last a lifetime.     

Our chapter places great emphasis on scholarship. We strive to make a difference in the community through our philanthropic endeavors such as our annual signature 5K for our philanthropy CASA.

As chapter president, I have the privilege of overseeing our seven executive offices: Administrative, Education, Financial, Marketing, Panhellenic, Operations, and Recuitment, running chapter meetings, as well as representing Kappa Alpha Theta at UTD, nationally, and internationally. I am filled with pride and admiration to work with such strong, passionate and dynamic women. 

Being a member of Kappa Alpha Theta has encouraged me to grow individually, as a leader, and as a person. I am eternally grateful for the opportunities I have been given, memories I have made, and lifelong friendships which I have built. Our sisterhood truly provides a life-changing experience. My goal as the president of Kappa Alpha Theta is to provide each member the opportunity to develop character, leadership and lifelong friendships. I hope you enjoy browsing through our website and learning more about the incredible women in our chapter!



Victoria Alperovich

Chapter President 2015



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