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    Kappa Kappa Gamma

    Kappa Kappa Gamma (Kappa)

    Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois was considered to be a progressive place in the late 1860s. Unlike many institutions of higher learning at the time, Monmouth was coed, however some women on campus were dissatisfied with the fact that while the male students enjoyed membership in fraternities, there was no such organization for women. Desiring the same camaraderie and support as fraternity members, two female students at Monmouth began to take steps to rectify the situation. Mary Louise Bennett and Hannah Jeannette Boyd began to seek “the choicest spirits among the girls,” ending up with a close-knit group of six women who shared similar ideals and enthusiastically endeavored to lay the groundwork for what would publically become on October 13, 1870, the women’s fraternity of Kappa Kappa Gamma (KKG or Kappa).