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Kappa Delta was founded in 1897 by four women in Farmville, VA. It was founded on the values of a lifetime of learning, personal integrity, altruistic service, truth, and loyalty. Kappa Delta women strive to live out their open motto of “let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest.” Kappa Delta provides experiences that build confidence in women and inspire them to action through the power of lifelong friendship. In 1909, the Epsilon Chapter of Kappa Delta was chartered, making it the first sorority on LSU’s campus. Since then, the chapter has flourished in service, sisterhood, and social involvement. Locally, we support the Baton Rouge Children’s Advocacy center through our Shamrock event which raises funds in an effort toward preventing child abuse. Additionally, we serve as mentors for local Girl Scout troops through holding numerous events at the house throughout the year that promote confidence.
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