preserving our heritage
“On a little wooden bridge spanning a small stream that flows through the northeastern corner of the campus, two college girls one day held a schoolgirls’ conversation out of which grew the Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity.” That’s how Thomas H. McMichael, president of Monmouth College from 1903–36, described Kappa’s earliest days.
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Kappa’s Founders believed women had vast worth. They sparked a movement that has guided generations of women, enabling them to forge their own paths. Today, we honor our Founders’ courageous spirit by creating enduring relationships, achieving personal growth and taking meaningful action.READ MORE
Dive into kappa history
Kappa Archivist and Museum Director Kylie Towers Smith, Simpson and Stewart House Director Mary Osborne, Monmouth skim all the news in Kappa Kappa Gamma's magazine The Golden Key (now called The Key) from 1882-2021.
Kappa Archivist and Museum Director Kylie Towers Smith, Simpson and Stewart House Director Mary Osborne, Monmouth, and former Fraternity President Kay Larson, Washington, share more about women's history and Kappa history in this historical podcast.