Moonlighting relaunched, new digital design

June 30, 2017

Moonlighting Relaunched, New Digital Design

Washington – Lambda Theta Alpha, Latin Sorority, Inc. is pleased to announce the relaunch of its official newsletter, Moonlighting. First introduced in the 1990s in print form, the publication evolved over the years to adapt to the digital landscape and was last published and distributed more than four years ago as an email newsletter. Moonlighting has now been modernized and will debut its Summer 2017 issue via a new, interactive digital platform.

While the publication has been redesigned, it aligns with the sorority’s strategic plan to establish consistent and strategic communications to members and partners about sorority updates as well as increased celebratory communications that promote member and chapter accomplishments. In this issue, Moonlighting highlights chapters participating in various educational and philanthropic initiatives such as National Voter Registration Day and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital’s Annual Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer. It also includes special features on alumnae and undergraduate sisters serving the country, community and sisterhood in various capacities.

The publication will be distributed semi-annually through a digital platform to all sorority members. Each issue will also be available online for Potential Candidates, fellow Greeks, school administrators, parents and partners to stay up to date on the sorority’s latest news. To access Moonlighting online, visit:


About Lambda Theta Alpha
Lambda Theta Alpha was founded at Kean University in 1975 as the first Latina sorority in the nation. The Sorority strives to develop strong leaders that produce and engage in political, social and cultural activities. Based on the principles of Unity, Love and Respect, the Sorority was established for the unification of women through charitable and educational programs. Although founded as Latin by tradition, the Sorority is inclusive to all women regardless of race, color, creed, sexual identity, gender expression, or religious beliefs.