Gamma Nu

Local sorority TNT was formed in 1922 and created a long and honorable history on campus before becoming Gamma Nu chapter in 1949. The chapter resided in a white frame house until 1956 when they moved into Semple Hall, a dormitory built for housing the sororities. They now are in a new Greek Village. A long-standing tradition of riding a fire truck in the homecoming parade had been dormant for 10 years, but was revived for the chapter's 50th anniversary in 1999. Also honoring their 50 years at William Jewell, Gamma Nu endowed a fund that will annually award scholarships to two members. Alumnae with long-service records include Joy Scarborough Crouch, Irene Simon Thomas and Sallie Chrane Hobbs. Gamma Nu also was the home chapter to former Grand President and NPC Alternate Delegate Margaret Anne MacDonald Bundy who served on the 150th Anniversary Committee. The chapter closed in December 2018 due to low numbers.