Pi Delta Theta
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Pi Delta Theta

Pi Delta Theta () was a national collegiate sorority operating in the United States from February 14, 1926 until it was absorbed by Delta Sigma Epsilon in September 1941.[1][2] Delta Sigma Epsilon was in turn absorbed by Delta Zeta in 1956. Pi Delta theta was a member of the Association of Education Sororities. The merger of Pi Delta Theta and Delta Sigma Epsilon was the only merger within the AES.


The Sorority publication was the Thalia, which was published twice a year and the Myrsine which was published by the ex-collegio (alumnae) chapters four times a year.


Government was vested in three entities: The national convention, the National Council and the Board of Advisers.


The badge consisted of the Greek letters ? and ? in gold with a ? set with pearls overlaying the other two letters.


Colors were white, gold with myrtle green.


Flower was the marguerite.

Chapter List

The chapters of Pi Delta Theta were:[3]


  1. ^ State University College at Buffalo (1946). New York State Teachers College at Buffalo: A History, 1871-1946. p. 153.
  2. ^ William Raimond Baird (1977). Baird's Manual of American College Fraternities. G. Banta Company. p. 809.
  3. ^ William Raimond Baird (1957). Baird's Manual of American College Fraternities. G. Banta Company. p. 539.
  4. ^ "Kansa Yearbook for Kansas State Teachers College (College Life)". The Kanza Yearbooks. January 1930.
  5. ^ "1938 Buffalo State yearbook". online.flippingbook.com. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Theta chapter installation". The Thalia. Vol. III no. 1.
  7. ^ "The Oak" - 1936 Yearbook. Pittsburgh Printing Co. 1936.

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