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Beta Psi
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FoundedMay 24, 1911 (1911-05-24) (109 years ago)
CollegeUniversity of Toronto
LocationToronto, Ontario, Canada
HomepageBeta Psi Homepage
Media related to Beta Psi ChapterMedia related to Rose McGill

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Rose McGill

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The History of Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity, 1870 - 1930, describes “...a frail wisp of sunny youth, courageous though wracked with pain, smiling always even in the face of discouragement, Rose fought with determination to regain the health that the doctors had long since despared of.”

Said to have a carefree manner and given to making witty remarks, “Rose was very pretty, with lovely coloring, and though she never looked very strong she had an unlimited amount of energy - energy she should have conserved.”

A 1934 issue of The Key carried a detailed story about Rose. “The youngest of three children, Rose was about 13 when her mother died, followed two years later by her father. She was sent to boarding school and during her last year there her brother, the only remaining family member she could depend on, died suddenly. Another detailed article about Rose appeared in the Spring 2008 issue of The Key. Click to read.