Sister of the Week: Bella Leach

The Sister of the Week for March 4 is Bella Leach! Bella is a sophomore studying Fisheries and Wildlife with an emphasis in Animal Behavior. Outside of Sigma Kappa, Bella is involved in Mizzou Alternative Breaks (MAB), and StuMo, an organization who's purpose is to build spiritual leaders from college campuses around the world. She … Continue reading Sister of the Week: Bella Leach

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Sister of the Week: Caroline Messina

February 18 Sister of the Week is Caroline Messina! Caroline is a sophomore from St. Louis, Missouri. Here at Mizzou, she is studying business. Caroline was nominated by her sisters "for being so kind to everyone she meets and for always having a positive attitude!"

Member Spotlight – Rachael Stark

Sister Rachael Stark, a sophomore, is also a member of Mizzou's ROTC program. Army ROTC is a military organization that prepares students to become officers in the United States Army upon graduation. Here's what she has to say about it: As a second-year cadet and squad leader, I have many more responsibilities than I did … Continue reading Member Spotlight – Rachael Stark

Our Newest Mizzou ’39 Member

On February 29th, sister and former Sigma Kappa president Kara Simon received the honor of being one of this year's Mizzou '39 students. Each year, 39 seniors are chosen for their academic excellence, leadership roles, and service within the Mizzou community. “I am so thankful to go to a school that has provided me with … Continue reading Our Newest Mizzou ’39 Member

Member Spotlight- Savannah Kannberg

Savannah S. Kannberg, junior Strategic Communication major, was offered an internship position with Lilly Pulitzer for this summer. This is what she had to say about her exciting news: I’ve always been a Lilly Pulitzer girl. I love the bright colors, the crazy prints, and, of course, the story of Lilly Pulitzer, who was quite … Continue reading Member Spotlight- Savannah Kannberg

Member Katie Alexander places third in All-Irelands over summer break

I have been taking Irish dance and music lessons with a group called St. Louis Irish Arts since I was ten. This summer, 38 of us spent two weeks in Ireland to compete in the world championships of Irish music, also known as the All-Irelands. We spent a week touring around, seeing some of the … Continue reading Member Katie Alexander places third in All-Irelands over summer break

Member Haley Hughes studied abroad in France this summer

  I was blessed with an incredible opportunity this past summer where I got to spend six weeks in France and study both the language and culture.   The program started off in Paris where we spent one week site seeing and taking in all that the city had to offer including incredible views, gracious … Continue reading Member Haley Hughes studied abroad in France this summer

Member Nori Stone served as Bond County Queen

This summer I served as Queen of my county. I was able to visit other county fairs to promote my county and be a public figure in my community. The first week of August is my fair where I will be queen for the first five days reigning over the livestock shows, demolition derby and tractor … Continue reading Member Nori Stone served as Bond County Queen

Member Abby Kass met Lauren Conrad, others through her summer internship

Over this summer I had some amazing opportunities. I am originally from Milwaukee, Wis., so I was excited to go home for the summer after my freshmen year at Mizzou. I was excited to see my friends and family, but I also had an internship lined up with the fashion editor of M Magazine, a … Continue reading Member Abby Kass met Lauren Conrad, others through her summer internship

Members volunteered at the Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City

My mother is the Executive Director of the Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City and for the past ten years I have been blessed with opportunities to volunteer and spend time with individuals with special needs. Through her work, my mother is able to connect families, build a community, and help spread awareness. This … Continue reading Members volunteered at the Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City