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Dr. Oz interviews Denise Rugani about the historical markers placed in Monmouth, Illinois, birthplace of Kappa Kappa Gamma
Kylie and Dr. Oz answer questions about Founders Day
We're proud to be Kappas, but what about our sisters who were both Kappas AND Pi Phis? Say it isn't so!
How did Kappas who are no longer in school go from the drab title "Silent Members" to oft-revered "Alumna Members?"
Tiffany's iconic color is blue. And Kappas love blue. Is there a connection?
Kappa Kappa Gamma's membership pin is the golden key - but what's the significance of that symbol?
Rose McGill is the namesake of Kappa Kappa Gamma's well known financial assistance program, but she was more than just a name.
We may not have any famous relatives, but we all have some famous sisters! Lucy Hayes, Lou Hoover and Dr. Crawford are profiled in this episode of Historically Speaking.
Kappa once had an alumnae clubhouse in Florida. But was it a vacation home or a retirement home?
Which is it...a crest or a coat-of-arms?
How did the Kappa Founders celebrate the holidays?
Lambda Mu made an appearance around the same time Kappa was founded - whatever happened to them?
Among the women's fraternities and sororities of the National Panhellenic Conference...who was first?
What's Historically Speaking?
The first Kappa social was a Halloween party - was the Pink Lady there??
A look at the details of Kappa's founding.
Kate Shelly, Iowa Heroine.