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Sprouting from the roots of service rose a passion for a group of friends with an immeasurable bond. Intensifying that bond as roommates in the apartment 723, these distinctive four women were able to give rise to that zeal of service by beginning a new chapter in their lives. Through several months of confusion, heartache, love, and laughter, these effortless women were able to build their foundation on the diverse campus of University of Texas at Austin and they stood their ground, tirelessly. The ladies never wavered, because the desires to serve and help those in need were ingrained in their hearts. One day they helped a child learn how to read; the next, they put a smile on a senior citizen's face, or made sure some of the less fortunate had a hot meal on a cold winter's day. However small the path they forged, it was one they forged on their own through helping others. It is with this dedication, passion, and perseverance that allowed the birth of Gamma Chapter at UT Austin to be formed on January 17th, 2003.
Crossing over into a sisterhood built through the purest of intentions, these four women found a love in their hearts that could be irreplaceable. They upheld the letters of Delta Kappa Delta to the fullest, wearing them with pride and soul, and put their wholehearted efforts into helping others, and thus, the negativity of others and themselves vanished.
The sisters were very proud of the strong and resilient sisterhood they have formed, and the people they have helped. What the future holds, they did not know, but they did know that whatever is to come their way, the future classes of Delta Kappa Delta would have the same desire to change the world that stemmed their own sisterhood.