Dental Care for Kids

On October 23 and 24, 2015, senior Sarah Pieper participated in Give Kids a Smile, which is located in St. Louis, Missouri. Give Kids a Smile is an organization that provides free dental care and education for underserved children. The patients were provided with dental cleanings, x-rays, extractions, restorations and oral surgeries. Sarah is a biology … Continue reading Dental Care for Kids


Celebrating 141 Years of Sisterhood

The Week of Giving is a week-long celebration of our history and service, ending with a Founder's Day celebration. This year we are celebrating 141 years of incredible sisterhood! Each day this week we celebrated a different part of our service. Monday We celebrated our campus by sending a potted violet and a handwritten note to … Continue reading Celebrating 141 Years of Sisterhood

SK Takes a Break

New member Lauren Knudson may be new to Sigma Kappa, but she is not new to service and helping others. Lauren originally got involved with Mizzou Alternative Breaks because she did a lot of service in high school. She wanted to continue to display her passion for helping others and was made aware of Mizzou Alternative … Continue reading SK Takes a Break

The Best Kind of Father Raises a Sigma Kappa Daughter

We were so excited to have our dads here to visit us from all over for a fun-filled Sigma Kappa weekend! We started the weekend off on Friday night at Déjà Vu Comedy Club where we had a special treat — a hypnotist put on a show for us and our dads! Everyone had a … Continue reading The Best Kind of Father Raises a Sigma Kappa Daughter

Come Fly Away with Sigma Kay

Pomp juice, glitter and paint covered the hands and clothes of our sisters for weeks in preparation for one of our favorite weekends of the year. After weeks of hard work and dedication, our pomp boards, skit, dances, banner and more were finally put on display for the community to see. Homecoming is a special … Continue reading Come Fly Away with Sigma Kay

The End of Alzheimer’s Starts With Us!

On Sunday October 4, 2015, the Epsilon Mu chapter of Sigma Kappa participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, located at Cosmopolitan Park. Gerontology with an emphasis on Alzheimer’s research is one of Sigma Kappa’s core philanthropies. Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States with no known cure. Sigma … Continue reading The End of Alzheimer’s Starts With Us!

All About Flannel

Every fall, the Epsilon Mu chapter of Sigma Kappa hosts a Hayride Date Party. This is a great chance for women to bring their friends to a social and have some fun! This year, Hayride was held at Midway Expo Center. From music and dancing to the bonfire and snacks, it was a great time … Continue reading All About Flannel

Big and Little We’ll Always Be!

This weekend, our 78 beautiful new members were welcomed into their families! The newest generation of the Epsilon Mu chapter of Sigma Kappa finally got to find out who their Bigs were after a week of clues, crafts and gifts! Every night this week, the new members found little gifts for them waiting in the music … Continue reading Big and Little We’ll Always Be!

Why I Walk Wednesday

Today, we are taking time to remember why we walk to End Alzheimer's. One of our three philanthropies is Gerontology with an emphasis in Alzheimer's. Alzheimer's is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States. It is the only top 10 cause of death in America that cannot be prevented, caused or slowed. Almost … Continue reading Why I Walk Wednesday

Sigma Kay Getaway

This weekend, we went to the Lake of the Ozarks for our sisterhood retreat. We stayed at the beautiful Tan-Tar-A Resort and enjoyed spending quality time together! We started the trip with a bonfire overlooking the lake. We had delicious s'mores and enjoyed the view. "Being a new member has been overwhelming at times," Madeleine Rayborn … Continue reading Sigma Kay Getaway