Tau Kappa Epsilon Purchases New Headquarters
The Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity was established at the University of Miami in 1949. It was re-established in 1966 by a local fraternity by the name of ΣΙ and was known as the ΓΔ chapter. Sadly, as of 2000, the chapter is no longer active at Miami.
Our chapter was always drawn from a broad cross-section of the nation and always had an active Little Sister group. The Little Sisters were properly called the Order of Diana and had their own initiation ceremony into our family.
We came from all over the country which has meant that we have returned to all over the country and have lost touch through the years. In this era of the Internet, some of us have come together to create this site in the hope of reaching old friends.
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Phi-Alpha Frater Shares Tips For Academic Success
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State of the Fraternity - January 2018
Chief Executive Officer, Donald E. Aldrich, releases a new semi-regular update on the State of the Fraternity.
Third-Year Aerospace Engineering Student Draws National Attention
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THE TEKE Sitdown with Ed Pohl: From Initiate to Diplomat
"There is a type of camaraderie. Fellows who are in TKE right now will probably understand what I mean by that, more than those who are not."
TKE Library: January 2018 Book Recommendation
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Founders' Day Address 2018
Read Venerable Grand Prytanis Christopher T. Hanson's 2018 Founders' Day message.
Frater completes the World Marathon Majors
“I will never forget finishing London because it was the end of a world journey.”
Every successful organization – including TKE chapters – needs transformational leaders in their ranks.
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Your time equals = Building relationships + Supporting good habits + Ongoing education + Vision + Fun
Frater Arredondo participates in Jopwell Shoot
“I'm very grateful to be active with Jopwell and the opportunities that have arisen through it. I had an incredible experience ."
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TKE is happy to provide this amazing marketing tool to each active chapter, colony or alumni association in TKE Nation.
"So, What do you do?" - Frater Amadou Lack
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The Teke Library
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Frater Michael Beals Selected as Grand Council At-Large Member
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College of Business and Technology named for Frater Elmer R. Smith
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Learning More About RLC
Through our educational workshops, RLC is focused on your improvement as a Teke - and as an individual.
Apply for the St. Jude National Vision Committee
St. Jude has announced a fantastic new opportunity for collegiate TKE members.
The Teke: Call for Photo Submissions
THE TEKE Magazine is now seeking photo submissions. The selected photos will be featured in the Spring 2018 issue of THE TEKE.
RLC 2018 Grand Council Attendees
The RLCs are your best opportunity as a Teke to spend time with some of the Fraternity’s most valuable and influential alumni.
TKE Returns to The George Washington University
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity is excited to announce its return to the George Washington University in the Spring of 2018.
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