The Gamma Chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi is transitioning its publication, the Gamma Gossip,
to an online format in hopes of providing a continuous publication that active and associate
members, past or present, can submit to at any time. We are hoping to see blog additions about
brotherhood, events we have hosted, places we have traveled, or any topic surrounding our
fraternity and chapter.

Fear not! This blog-version of the Gamma Gossip will not be the end of our awesome
publication. The Gamma Gossip will be published when a theme presents itself and at the
discretion of those actives in charge of it. It is our greatest hope that this blog will better
document the Gamma Chapter’s activities and provide intriguing and inspirational articles
for those interested in what we do as a band-service fraternity more regularly than a quarterly
publication can. While the eventual vision of this newly formatted Gamma Gossip is a little
blurry, we hope to push articles through our publication and on to the Western District’s The
Accent and eventually our national publication, the Podium!

To submit to this blog, email articles to – articles will be reviewed and
edited by our corresponding secretary and Executive Council.

AEA and mmmlitb,

Kaila Eason
Corresponding Secretary
Gamma Chapter | Kappa Kappa Psi
University of Washington

Erica Hose
Gamma Chapter | Kappa Kappa Psi
University of Washington

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