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A national honorary and professional fraternity for women in
journalism, Theta Sigma Phi was installed at Franklin College in
1946. Membership is open to juniors and seniors who plan a career
in journalism and who have a B average in journalism and a C aver-
age in all courses.
One of the main functions of Theta Sigma Phi is to serve at the
Indiana High School Press Association convention held at Franklin
each fall. During this vacation time the Theta Sig girls stay on
campus to act as counselors in the dormitory and annexes.
Projects of national Theta Sigma Phi were adopted by the girls
for their local service in 195-1-55. These included assisting in some
way the handicapped students on campus, and taking action to im-
prove juvenile literature.
President of Theta Sig for 1954-55 was Patti Spahr, senior. Other
officers included Connie Sunde. senior, vice-president, Bonnie Thomp-
son, junior, secretary-treasurer: and Irene Fuchs, junior, keeper of
the archives. Additional members were Katie Thompson, senior, and
Barbara Shuler, junior.
Several times during the year the Theta Sig members met with
the men of Press Club for dinner-meetings to plan joint projects.
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