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Meet the Kappa Mu sisterhood of Zeta Tau Alpha, established at Linfield in 1998. Nine women founded the national organization in 1898 in Farmville, VA. Since then, Zeta Tau Alpha has grown to include 152 chapters, making it the third largest member of the National Panhellenic Conference. Members of Kappa Mu chapter describe their sisterhood as “a family away from home,” “a place where my quirks are embraced,” and “creating bonds that I normally would not have the chance to make”. Zetas are compassionate, fun-loving, and unique individuals who value leadership, loyalty, honesty, and kindness in their membership. Their official philanthropy is Breast Cancer Education and Awareness, and they help sponsor the Survivor Program at Race for the Cure events across the country and are active thorough out Breast Cancer Awareness month. The sisters also pair with Delta Psi Delta Fraternity each Halloween for a thrilling Haunted House that benefits Henderson House, a local women’s shelter, and the Yamhill County Food Bank. Sisters enjoy spontaneous outings, singing at the top of their lungs, and laughing until their sides hurt. Their bonds of sisterhood truly transform their college experience and encourage each member to be the best self she can be.
Zeta Tau Alpha invites you to “Seek the Noblest!”
President: Lauren Sherrard
Vice President 1: Savannah Smith
Vice President 2: Ally Ortner
Vice President 3: Rachel Kaiser
Secretary: Teighlor Tanaka
Treasurer: Sammi Hilton
Academics: Caitlin Duffner
Risk Management: Celena Byerlee
Rituals: Tayy Martinez
Historian: Nicole Paulachak