I came to visit from another state and these girls are amazing.
A bunch of charismatic, amazing girls who are extremely friendly and incredibly involved on campus! Never hear about Kappa doing anything bad and their reputation is phenomenal.
The reason that KKG is losing members of it's pledge classes is because they are socially awkward. Many girls lack manners, class, and don't know how to act accordingly. Some of the girls turn off pledges that have been raised in a high class environment that have learned manners, how to act, and be socially acceptable. Take the hint girls.
Alot of my rankings above I don't know but in order to put my comments in I have to fill them out.
we are having homecoming with these girls and all I can say is that they are all pretty chill and attractive and know how to have a good time, they've been getting a lot better hope they got a good pledge class this year
Happy, kind, sweet girls. Moving up for sure! They are girls I trust that have their heads on right! A great sisterhood!!
Kappa is on the rise at FSU and is a very involved chapter. The girls are great and always friendly too. Impressive showing this year at DM as well, they were the top fundraisers.
very involved group of women and prominent with campus organizations, but definitely not a wild/crazy chapter.
Kappa is a house known on campus for having super involved members and a great sisterhood, but they're def not a party/wild chapter and keep to themselves. Nice, well grounded group of women.plus, their house is one of the nicest.
Very friendly and kind group of young ladies were very involved and have a strong sisterhood
I'm honestly disappointed in the people I've met in this chapter. They have been nothing but vile and hostile to me and my friends for no valid reasons whatsoever, especially the girls in their most recent pledge class. I question what they look for when recruiting girls. I hope you ladies learn some respect, humility, and class real soon. You might not be at the very bottom, but that doesn't give you the right to treat everyone else like they are.
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