Lambda Kappa Sigma (LKS) is an international professional pharmacy fraternity that provides opportunities to women in pharmacy through professional excellence and personal growth. It was founded at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in 1913, and has grown to over 24,000 members since its inception. Our St. John’s University Alpha Pi chapter has 73 sisters, all who are very active in both professional and service activities. Although our organization has Greek letters, we are not a Greek fraternity on campus. Our biggest chapter achievement has been Relay for Life, where we have been the top fundraising group in the University since 2006. This past spring, we raised $16,385 for the American Cancer Society. Other than our activities on campus, we also share many memories outside of school. There’s a saying, “From the outside looking in you can’t understand it, and from the inside looking out you can’t explain it.” Our sisterhood is almost impossible to put in words; through the hardships of pharmacy school and the crazy journey of life, we will always be lambs forever. Please don’t be shy to contact us to learn more about our organization, or to get to know our wonderful sisters.