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Driven to Serve

11/1/2022 - Tulsa - Delta Pi -

A caregiver is entrusted with one’s most vulnerable moments. They’re present for precious memories made with family and friends and are there for the hardest days too. Olivia Martin, Tulsa, believes it’s a privilege to serve others in these moments, and it’s what she loves most about her future in the health care field.

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Humble Beginnings

10/4/2022

You know the story: Kappa was founded in 1870 in Monmouth, Illinois, when for the first time, six women proudly wore little golden keys, the badges of their new fraternity for women. Since you know the rest, let’s get to the good stuff: Kappa’s historian has uncovered lesser-known details about the founding of our sisterhood.

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$35,000 Gift Funds Speaker Series on the Connection Between Kindness and Mental Health and Well-Being

5/2/2022

DUBLIN, Ohio (May 2, 2022) — Today, the Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation announces a $35,000 gift from Kappa alumna Christina Eichler Bullock, UC Davis, which is funding a speaker series on the impact of kindness as it relates to one’s own mental health and well-being journey.

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Emily's Story

5/1/2022

Emily sounds bubbly. It’s no surprise she was the recruitment chair for her chapter when she was in college. But being bubbly and upbeat has not negated the mental health challenges she’s faced after graduating. Almost a decade later and through much self-work, Emily has learned to recognize when stress and anxiety start to build tension in her body: Her shoulders feel like they’re by her ears. Her chest feels tight. For Emily, these physical manifestations may mean a more serious mental health episode is looming. 

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