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The Kappa Kappa Gamma house sits on Roosevelt Street north of campus. The Eta Upsilon chapter was founded in 2013 and has 73 active members.
Chapter VP of Standards Sarah and President Leah introduce the goals of today’s meeting. Sarah joined the sorority in 2017 and Leah in 2016.
The ladies of Chapter Council listen to what needs to be accomplished. The Council consists of members who were elected by the chapter at large and serve for a whole calendar year.
Mandy works on a team-building project given by Sarah and Leah. Mandy is the Philanthropy Chairman and currently a sophomore.

Warming Up On A Windy Day

It all starts with the pumping of chai tea concentrate. The customer order a hot chai tea on a cool windy day.
The barista is beginning to create a warm chai tea. Chai tea was known as masala chai spiced tea until Americans dropped masala in favor of a less lengthy phrase.
It all ends with the barista topping off the drink with frothed milk. Chai tea came from Assam, India between 5 to 9 thousand years ago.

The barista hands over the chai for immediate warmth and enjoyment.
“If you are cold, tea will warm you; if you are too heated, it will cool you; If you are depressed, it will cheer you; If you are excited, it will calm you.”  – William Ewart Gladstone

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Jacob Burns walks into the Animal Humane Society looking for a possible new pet.
Jacob fills out the adoption forms.
Jacob meets his new kitty Lizzy.
Lizzy waits to go home with her new owner.

Zoo Day

A meerkat from the Sedgwick County Zoo looking intrigued by my fiancé’s popcorn. Visitors like to feed them treats from over the glass enclosure, even though they aren’t supposed to.
Looking out at the flamingos from a distance. He refused to get any closer because of how bad they smell.
A close-up of a 5-month-old okapi calf. This was his first time venturing outside on his own.
Walking across the bridge to get to the gorilla exhibit. This is always our favorite part of the zoo.
Eye contact with a lion. When they are perched up on this rock, they can actually see the zebra’s (aka their food) from there.