On Friday, April 7, Kappa Alpha Theta began their annual Spring Philanthropy events. CASA Carnival was held on Friday, followed by Bump, Set, Kite on Sunday, April 9. At CASA Carnival, Theta members prepared soft pretzels, corn dogs, popcorn and cotton candy for Mizzou students in order to raise money for their two beneficiaries, the Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation and Heart of Missouri Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). “The philanthropy weekend was so much fun,” said Al
Originally published on HerCampus It came as no shock to me that Hope Watson’s birthday falls on Dec. 25. After just minutes of speaking with her, I couldn’t help but to realize what a true gift the junior from Jefferson City is; she has devoted her life to blessing others and has already, at the young age of 21, touched countless lives. From traveling across the U.S. for faith-based missions trips to raising money to build a well for a Kenyan orphanage, Watson has surely ear
Mia Graham (’15) is driven, resilient, and passionate, which is exactly what makes her a leading woman. As a Kansas City native, MU was always on the forefront of Mia’s mind while deciding where to further her education. When she visited campus, she instantly fell in love with everything MU had to offer. As a Nutritional and Health Sciences major, the MizzouRec was a major selling point for her. In fact, Mia says that one of her favorites pastimes is to go workout at the Rec.