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Kappa Scholar | Olivia Ware

8/31/2020 - Whitman - Gamma Gamma -

I am a 2020 medical school graduate of Howard University in Washington, D.C. I am originally from Seattle and graduated from Whitman College where I am a proud member of Gamma Gamma Chapter. I would like to express my most sincere gratitude and appreciation for your financial support. You have helped me become an astute clinician, helped train me to take care of patients, and are responsible for part of my medical degree! I cannot thank you enough for this gift. Because of you, I will graduate with less student loan debt.



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The Alumna Initiation Process

8/1/2020

We are so excited that you are interested in membership within our organization. If you are genuine, uplifting and determined to make positive change in your community, we want to meet you!

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Bold Beginnings

1/6/2020 - Monmouth - Alpha Deuteron -

“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. It was the late 1860s and that now-famous conversation between Mary Louise “Lou” Bennett and Hannah Jennette “Jennie” Boyd was more than a passing fancy. It was the start of something big.

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The Beginning of Something Big

10/13/2019 - Monmouth - Alpha Deuteron -

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.

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