Starting with the spring 2010 edition, The Rattle is available online as an e-publication. All Fraternity members with a valid e-mail address on file with the International Headquarters receive the digital Rattle in the form of a notification when a new edition is available.
Why go digital?
The decision to switch to a digital format was made in response to rising printing and postage costs associated with mailing a copy of the magazine to the Fraternity’s roughly 30,000 subscribers. Publishing in a digital format also allows the editorial team to take advantage of more online-only features, including slideshows, audio clips, video and more.
Print editions are still available, but in limited quantities. Print versions are provided to:
- All active contributors to the Grand Chapter and/or Foundation Chapter
- Fraternity volunteers
- Collegiate chapters (five per chapter)
- Colleges and universities at which Theta Chi has a chapter, colony or interest group
- Fraternity and sorority headquarters
Having trouble viewing the digital edition?
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When a new edition becomes available, the editor will send an e-mail to members with a good e-mail address on file with the International Headquarters. If you have not been receiving e-mails, it is possible that you may need to update your contact information.
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