Theta Zeta Chapter at Lehigh University

Kappa Delta

Letter to Parents

Dear Parents,

In accepting her invitation to join Kappa Delta, your daughter's life has forever changed. She has embarked on one of the best journeys a woman could ever hope to have, a journey of sisterhood and personal growth. From now on, she will have a group of sisters and friends to live and experience life with, to laugh and cry with, and to learn and grow with — people who will support her unconditionally and stand by her today, tomorrow and every day after. Your daughter has been selected to contribute to our chapter’s growth and image on behalf of Kappa Deltas throughout the world. She is someone who shares Kappa Delta's values — honor, truth, duty — and someone we believe will help our sisterhood and sorority grow stronger each year just by being the unique individual that she is.

Now I know every parent's concerns, including my own, are the very idea of hazing as well as prioritizing schoolwork above everything else. First, it goes without saying that hazing is in direct conflict with Kappa Delta's values. There is no place for hazing in the lives of those whose goal is to encourage each other to be the best and most confident versions of themselves. As a member of Kappa Delta, your daughter can confide in the fact that she will be treated with kindness, humanity and dignity. The sorority has a strong stand on hazing and will absolutely not tolerate hazing of any kind. As for academics, I found that the group of girls I'm fortunate enough to call my sisters are my biggest support system. Each one of them shows me that it's not only possible to excel in school and be involved in extracurriculars, but that each one of us can do it. At the end of the day, we're all here to get a degree, but having a tight-knit group of girls to fall back on makes it that much easier.

In the next few months, you're sure to hear a lot about Kappa Delta as your daughter learns more and more about the sorority she is now a part of and begins to make friendships that will last a lifetime. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to me at cam318@lehigh.edu.

Sincerely,

Catherine Manthorp

President

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