Kappa Phi Lambda wins regional awards

One of GW’s Asian-interest sororities brought in two awards from their national chapter this month.

Kappa Phi Lambda, one of two Asian-interest sororities at GW, won regional school of the year and placed second for overall school of the year during their national conference in Chicago earlier in August.

Tiffany Goh, the sorority’s chapter president, said the chapter hosted multiple cultural events during the year to connect with other multicultural Greek chapters on campus. She added that Kappa Phi Lambda – one of the more than a dozen chapters that are part of GW’s Multicultural Greek Council – prioritized service and sisterhood during the year.

“We really focused on all of our programming, trying to host as many event to show our support for other organizations,” she said.

Goh added that the chapter currently has 13 members, because a larger number of members graduated in May, but said that the group has seen significant growth in the past years.

Kappa Phi Lambda is at least the second chapter in the MGC to win national awards this year. GW’s chapter of Iota Nu Delta won national chapter of the year and national president of the year at their conference in Boston this month.

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