Epsilon Kappa has been hard at work to better our chapter in every way possible. We elected our new Executive Board members and officers and wasted no time coming up with brand new ideas and strategies to improve our chapter’s sisterhood, philanthropy, and academics. Our chapter had an incredible academic semester in the Fall of 2018. Our active women achieved a 3.35 average GPA, which is the highest average our chapter has had since 1999! Our new Academics chair, Brittany Rohrsen, is making plans to improve upon our academic success even further.
We are currently planning more philanthropy events, as well. Our new Vice President of Philanthropy, Mikayla Hahnfeld, has two new ideas in the works. We will be hosting “Disney Day with the Delta Zee’s” on Saturday, March 9th. We have invited our Alumnae to bring their families and are donating the proceeds to the Starkey Hearing Foundation and the Painted Turtle Camp. Our second event will be “Delta Zeta Jamz” on Wednesday, April 10th. We will be playing music trivia and the proceeds will be going towards our local philanthropies, POTS and Women’s Cancer.
Epsilon Kappa consists of an amazing group of women who all have something in common: their love for Delta Zeta. We believe in supporting and being truly accepting and loving towards our sisters and all others. Our actives are able to create real, genuine relationships with one another despite our flaws and differences. Our unique group of women bring something truly special to UW-Whitewater’s Greek community, and it is reflected on how our women present themselves throughout campus. For example, we currently have the highest Greek GPA on our campus, which shows just how much we value our pillar of Scholarship. We do our absolute best to live by these pillars, just as we do our creed.