Happy Founders’ Day, Sigma K!

142 years, almost a century and a half ago, Sigma Kappa was founded at Colby College in Waterville, Maine.  Mary Caffery Low, the first female student admitted into Colby, Elizabeth Gorham Hoag, Ida Fuller Pierce, Frances Mann Hall, and Louise Helen Coburn started a literary and social society that has morphed itself into a nationwide … Continue reading Happy Founders’ Day, Sigma K!

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Go Greek – Go Sigma Kappa

Formal Registration has officially opened for potential new members this fall! We encourage everyone to sign up so that you may find a home just like the one we've found in Sigma Kappa! From Vice President of Membership Rachel Szopa: We are excited for new members because they are our future best friends, our future … Continue reading Go Greek – Go Sigma Kappa

Not Just 4 Years, But For Life

This last week has been full of tears, see-ya-laters, laughs, and hugs. Soon, the seniors will be leaving us, and because of that, we look back to where it all began. 2012 was the year that President Obama was reelected, the world was supposed to end, and the Epsilon Mu chapter of Sigma Kappa was … Continue reading Not Just 4 Years, But For Life

Why Sigma Kappa?

As we prepare to welcome a new group of wonderful women into our sisterhood this week, three sisters look back on the reasons why they have found Sigma Kappa to be their home.  Here's what they have to say: I chose Sigma Kappa because it helped me feel as though I was a part of … Continue reading Why Sigma Kappa?

Welcome to the SKouse!

908 Curtis Ave is much more than a place to live for the ladies of Sigma Kappa.  It's home: a place to laugh, relax, and spend time with each other. Every single day, a sister can be found on the couch, in the dining room, or in the study room.  There's never a shortage of … Continue reading Welcome to the SKouse!

Taking Back Beauty Week

In honor of Taking Back Beauty Week, we have a guest post from our Public Relations Chair, Alex Gnibus, about getting inspired by Sigma Kappa and the Mizzou PHA community to be more confident about self-image! For more information about Taking Back Beauty Week, visit greeklife.missouri.edu/pha. When I was in sixth grade, a guy told … Continue reading Taking Back Beauty Week

Our Core Values: Personal Growth

Emily Chu talks about our third core value, Personal Growth. It is difficult to put  all of the experiences I have had in only two years of being a Sigma Kappa into words. I have been privileged to be a part of a variety of volunteer and fundraising opportunities, socials, Mizzou homecoming, and so much … Continue reading Our Core Values: Personal Growth

Our Core Values: Loyalty

Delaney Klingl talks about Loyalty! I knew what loyalty was by definition before I came to college. I always thought it was an important part of any relationship. But I never had strong relationships in high school and always felt like I was watching “good” friends come in and out of my life as it … Continue reading Our Core Values: Loyalty

Our Core Values: Friendship

This week, we are going to be featuring each of our four core values. Check out what Maggie Deiss has to say about Friendship! Whenever I hear the word “Friendship,” it makes me think of that silly song we sang in Girl Scouts -- “Make new friends but keep the old, one is silver and … Continue reading Our Core Values: Friendship

Closer Than Ever

Niki Finn talks about how college improved her relationship with her mom. Once I decided that I wanted to come to Mizzou, I decided to join a sorority. Before rush week, my mom told me that I didn’t have to choose Sigma Kappa if I didn’t want to. This made me feel less pressured during the … Continue reading Closer Than Ever