At Eta Theta, we are proud to have members from all over the world with different interests and passions. Our diversity is a major reason for why our members are so proud to be part of Kappa. However, our similarities are what make us all women of Kappa Kappa Gamma. Even we come from all different backgrounds, we have found our second home within Kappa.
Eta Theta's sisterhood events are opportunities for our members to remember all the reasons for why they chose Kappa. Our events are centered around the importance of the individual member and her relationship with all the members of our chapter.
Sisterhood is an instrumental part of the deep bonds of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity and the Eta Theta chapter. Each sister provides not only friendship but support to her fellow Kappas. Whether it's getting coffee together, going to chapter, or studying with sisters in the library, the bonds of sisterhood are always strengthening. From our longstanding traditional events such as apple picking and "kosmic bowling" in the fall to holiday dinner and smaller events like movie nights and study breaks, our sisterhood events are crucial to our overall chapter life. It starts on bid day and does not end at graduation. It is a lifetime bond and commitment that Eta Theta values.
"Kapple" Picking at Honey Pot Hill Orchards
Blue & Blue Dinner
Boston Red Sox at Fenway