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


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

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

Summer Internships

Our sisters have been all around the country this summer! Check out the amazing things they have been doing! Sabrina Salerno, Sophomore  Law intern at The Law Offices of R. Michael Coker, Atlanta, Georgia "I answered calls, scanned, wrote depositions, wrote demands, helped with a process for court, sat in on a deposition and much more. … Continue reading Summer Internships

Mizzou Alternative Breaks

Last week, many of our sisters went on a Mizzou Alternative Breaks (MAB) trip! They traveled all across the country doing service for various communities! Here are a few recaps of their trips. Marlee Ribnick Charleston, South Carolina What was your service project: Homelessness and Poverty. We worked at a food bank in the mornings, … Continue reading Mizzou Alternative Breaks

Sigma Kappa is FTK!

We are so proud of our sisters who participated in MizzouThon this weekend. With the help of family, friends, donors and sponsors, our campus raised $201,322.68! This money will go to the University of Missouri Children's Hospital and help 20 amazing kids. MizzouThon is a 365-day organization, and Main Event is a one-day celebration of … Continue reading Sigma Kappa is FTK!

Little Sister, Big Difference

Four times a month, sister Emily Isaacs meets with her little sister as part of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Missouri. She got involved through one of her classes on campus. Big Brothers Big Sisters is a program that provides strong and enduing 1-on-1 relationships to children across America. “I have two little sisters … Continue reading Little Sister, Big Difference

Week of Giving 2013

Epsilon Mu will celebrate the Week of Giving with special events everyday from Nov. 4 to Nov. 9. Monday, Nov. 4 The chapter will celebrate today with a Sisterhood Lunch. Members are invited to eat lunch at the chapter house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. today. Tuesday, Nov. 5 The chapter will write and … Continue reading Week of Giving 2013

Epsilon Mu takes first place in fundraising for Alzheimer’s Association

The Sigma Kappa National foundation encourages chapters to raise funds for Alzheimer’s every year around the Walk to End Alzheimer’s rolls around. Nationals presents an award to the chapter that raises the most money by the end of the year. Upon finding this out, I immediately checked Epsilon Mu’s standing among the competition. We were … Continue reading Epsilon Mu takes first place in fundraising for Alzheimer’s Association