Sigma Kappa Celebrates 60 Years


Truman’s chapter of Sigma Kappa celebrated their 60th anniversary on campus with a weekend-long celebration, Sept. 27-29.

The celebration began with a welcome event for all alumnae who returned to campus and current members of the chapter. Members and alumnae also participated in a farmer’s market meet-up in downtown Kirksville and luncheon in the Student Union Building Georgian Rooms as well as Sunday brunch at Rosie’s Cafe.

During the luncheon, current and past members shared memories, discussed differences between chapter experiences and sang songs and chants. The event committee and past presidents were honored at the luncheon. Around 50 alumnae were able to attend and reconnect with current and past members.

Sigma Kappa was established on Truman’s campus after merging with Phi Kappa Sigma, Sept. 26, 1959. The chapter is dedicated to living out Sigma Kappa’s values of personal growth, friendship, service and loyalty as well as supporting the community through service and strengthening sisterhood bonds.
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