The photos posted on this page were taken from volumes in Minot State College yearbooks, entitled the Beaver. Each ofthe ladies were spotlighted in the "Who's Who" section, recognized for their accomplishments within campus organizations.
One of the principles of the Beta Theta Sorority was to serve Minot State through the time and talent of the organization's members. Through different organizations on campus, such as The Beaver yearbook staff, student senate, theater, YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association), Honors Society, and the Red & Green, Beta actives took on leadership roles and responsibilities within these organizations. The women pictured above not only stood out in the sorority but as students of Minot State Teachers College. For example, in 1948, Mai Nagatomo, President of the Beta Theta Sorority, served as editor of the Red & Green student newspaper, and was also involved in Student Senate.