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Welcome! to the iota Chapter of Kappa Phi Lambda at Cornell University
Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Kappa Phi Lambda, Cornell Kappa Phi Lambda, Cornell Kappas, Cornell KPL, Kappas, KPL, Iota Chapter, Iota, sisterhood, service, cultural diversity
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There is only one thing stronger than magic and that is sisterhood. We love that fact that each one of our sisters is different and through sisterhood, we get to share our different values, cultures, beliefs and learn from each other. Through this eternal bond, we create friendships even beyond campus and even college years. We may all be different but through through sisterhood, we unite as one, Kappa Phi Lambda.

– Nina *Belle  Äme* Lin

FA17 Sisterhood Chair


Contributing to the community and supporting important causes are core values of Kappa Phi Lambda. Whether it’s by volunteering in our community right here in Ithaca/Cornell Campus or by supporting our national and local philanthropies, the pillar of service empowers and inspires our sisters to tackle socioeconomic issues such as economic injustice, gender inequality, domestic violence, and hate crimes. We take pride in our dedication to giving back and supporting organizations that endlessly work to make the world a better place.

– Jenny *Mauna Kea* Yang

FA17 Service Chair


In an increasingly diversifying world, it is more important now than ever before to enrich ourselves with the knowledge of other ethnicities and become aware of the societal problems they encounter. No two groups of people are the same, and we benefit ourselves and our neighbors to collaborate with others outside our own racial community. The sisters of Kappa Phi Lambda are constantly pushing ourselves to think not only of ourselves, but those around us who have grown up in different cultures. We seek to respect other’s ethnical identities and discuss ways to be more aware of–and more active in rallying agains–the issues minorities (not just Asians and Asian-Americans) face in modern times.

– Julie *libellule* Lim & Kelly *aglaia* Chan

FA17 Co-Cultural Chairs


• Karaoke Night
• Pizza & Game Night
• Homecoming Games
• Annual Ithaca Apple Harvest Festival
• Trips to Syracuse Mall
• Wings & Movie Night
• Scene It! Night
• Wine Night
• Sledding
• Brunch on North
• Roadtrips
• Alumni-Active Dinners in NYC
• Picnics at Stuart Park
• Scrapbooking
• Sleepovers
• Annual Banquet
• National Conventions


• Downtown Ithaca Festivals (Apple Fest & more!)
• Cards for Hospitalized Kids
• Loaves and Fishes
• Trick or Treat Trail
• Adopt A Highway
• Project Linus
• AIDS Ride for Life
• Into the Streets
• Beverly J. Martin School Volunteer Initiative
• American Red Cross Blood Drive On-Site
• Bone Marrow Drive
• Taste of Nations
• March of Dimes Ribbon Making
• Cornell Cooperative Extension 4-H Duck Race
• Multicultural Resource Center
• Ithaca Asian Awareness Association
• Ithaca Family Reading Partnership


• Body Image Workshop & Discussion
• Paper Lantern Making
• China Night
• Asia Night
• Cultural Weakest Link
• Cultural Jeopardy
• Back in High School…Wear from Where?
• AAPA Women’s Conference
• Asian American Heritage Week Workshops
• Freshmen Orientation Picnic Event
• Fall Cultural Pan-Asian Variety Show
• KimBap Making
• Korean Fan Dance
• Scroll-Making Workshop
• Bellydancing Workshop
• Dragonboat Festival
• Lunar New Year Festival
• Let’s Talk About Sex Event (co-hosted with Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. & Haven)

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