Beta Eta Deuteron Chapter

Stanford University

In Support and Solidarity

The Beta Eta Deuteron Chapter stands in solidarity and support with the Black community and the Black Lives Matter movement. These past weeks have been marked by horrific injustices that have resurfaced the underlying racist structures that condemn many loved ones within our community. George Floyd’s death has highlighted what, for many, is easy to forget and the fact that Black people have always suffered a particular pain at the hands of those who are allegedly meant to protect our communities.

This is one of those moments in history where our actions truly define our character, and we must take action and hold each other accountable. This is an important time to show allyship through support, donation, and self-education. This is a chance to harness privilege and take action where we can. 

We must unite together to address and denounce this violent oppression and reprehensible inequality. 

 

 

Welcome to Kappa Kappa Gamma at Stanford University!

We are so excited that you've taken the time to visit our website, and hope that it captures the spirit of the Beta Eta Deuteron chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma. Our chapter is made up of diverse, passionate, sincere, and motivated women who are leaders in Kappa, on campus, and beyond. The bonds formed in this fraternity are truly unparalleled. As sisters we support each other in each of our endeavors, whether it's athletic competitions, thesis presentations, or late nights in the library. For our members, the Beta Eta Deuteron chapter is more than just a community at Stanford, it's a community for life.

 

Kappa’s mission statement reads, “Kappa Kappa Gamma is an organization of women, which seeks for every member throughout her life bonds of friendship, mutual support, opportunities for self-growth, respect for intellectual development, and an understanding of and an allegiance to positive ethical principles.” Our chapter’s purpose is driven by this mission, and it is evident in how our members participate in our chapter and in the Stanford community at large.

 

As chapter President, I have found that serving this group of women has been my most meaningful leadership at Stanford, and I hope that this website will give you a glimpse into the various philanthropic and sisterhood endeavors.