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Zeta Sigma Chapter receives Golden Kite award

ONU’s Zeta Sigma Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta won the organization’s Golden Kite award at this year's Grand Convention in Tucson, Ariz.

Only 20 of Kappa Alpha Theta’s 130 international chapters receive this top award for demonstrating the ideals of Kappa Alpha Theta. This is the second consecutive Gold Kite award for the Zeta Sigma Chapter.

Founded in 1870, Kappa Alpha Theta is the first Greek-letter fraternity for women. The organization’s purpose is to support members to learn, grow and excel and its core values are personal excellence, friendship/sisterhood, scholarship, service and leadership. ONU's Zeta Sigma Chapter was established in 1994,

 

Pictured from left are College District Director Jenny Nichols, Zeta Sigma Chief Recruitment Officer Erica Tolle, a pharmacy student from Springfield, Ohio, and Zeta Sigma CEO Molly Wascher, a pharmacy student from West Bloomfield, Mich.