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 Sadly, as of 2000, the chapter is no longer active at Miami.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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Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity NewsDenim Day 2016
Gear up for Denim Day by wearing jeans with a purpose to support survivors and educate yourself and others about sexual assault.
2016 International Sweetheart, Bridget Boyd
The Offices of the Grand Chapter is pleased to announce Tau Kappa Epsilon's 2016 International Sweetheart, Bridget Boyd.
TKE Educational Foundation Names Interim CAO/CEO
The Board of Directors of the TKE Educational Foundation announce the appointment of Donald Campbell as interim Chief Advancement Officer/CEO.
National Distracted Driving Awareness Month
April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Our partners at GEICO want to make sure all Tekes are being as safe as possible while driving.
Xi-Omega Tekes at Virginia Tech Prepare for TKE Week
The Xi-Omega chapter at Virginia Tech plans to raise $50,000 during this year's TKE Week. Will they succeed? Follow the journey.
2016 Annual Report and Annual Award Applications Due May 15
The Offices of the Grand Chapter is now accepting applications for Chapter Annual Awards, Top TEKE Individual and Top TKE Recruiter.
Grand Council Approves Re-Chartering for Rho-Beta at Michigan State
The Fraternity's Grand Council has unanimously approved the re-chartering of the Rho-Beta colony at Michigan State University.
Changing the Culture Through Campus Engagement
Sexual assault continues to pervade our society’s culture. It’s on us as a society to combat this narrative and step up to change the culture.
TKE Celebrates Donald R. Tapia Building Rededication
Friends of the Fraternity gathered last Saturday to celebrate Frater Donald R. Tapia's $1 million commitment to the TKE Educational Foundation.
TKE Announces Return to Arkansas State
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity is excited to announce its return to Arkansas State University in the fall of 2016.
Voting for 2016 International Sweetheart Now Open
Voting for Tau Kappa Epsilon's 2016 International Sweetheart is now open and will close Friday, April 22 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
Frater Irv Brown Retires as a Pioneer of Sports Talk Radio
Frater Irv Brown (Delta-Delta, Northern Colorado), a pioneer of sports talk radio in Denver, steps away from the microphone after 30 years.
Whitman College Tekes Take a Stand Against Sexual Violence
The Alpha-Theta chapter at Whitman College provides insight to how they opened dialogue and changed campus culture around sexual violence.
Detroit to Paradise
Frater Donald R. Tapia shares his life story from the slums of Detroit to Paradise Valley in the spring 2016 edition of THE TEKE Magazine.
Planning Ahead for Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Tau Kappa Epsilon is proud to partner with It's On Us and promote the efforts of Sexual Assault Awareness Month throughout April.
UM-Dearborn Tekes Host Fundraiser to Support Police Explorer Program
The Rho-Tau chapter at UM-Dearborn is set to host a fundraiser to benefit the Dearborn Police Explorer Program.
Maine Tekes Host Video Game Livestream for St. Jude, Raise $4,000
Playing for more than bragging rights, the Beta-Upsilon chapter hosted its third annual 24-Hour Charity Livestream, raising $4,030 for St. Jude.
Saint Francis Tekes Raise $4,500 for St. Jude
The Delta-Phi chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Saint Francis University hosted the Polar Bear Swim on Friday, March 11 to raise money for St. Jude.
Iota-Omicron Tekes Raise $20,000 for Pediatric Cancer Research
Local UW-Whitewater chapters from Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority and Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity teamed up to raise $20,000 for cancer research.
Four Alumni Associations Take Shape
Tau Kappa Epsilon is the Fraternity for Life, and there is no better example than the recent establishment of four new Alumni Associations.
Dr. Art Stellar Receives National Award
The National School Superintendents Association recognized Dr. Stellar (Alpha-Beta, Ohio) for his years of service as an outstanding educator.
UTSA Tekes Raise $14,000 for St. Jude
Tekes at the Pi-Theta chapter at University of Texas San Antonio are the most recent group to raise the standard of fundraising for St. Jude.
Tau Kappa Epsilon Initiates 48 at Texas A&M
Nearly 35 years ago, Tau Kappa Epsilon first joined the Texas A&M community. Today, we are excited to once again be part of such a great institution.
Monmouth University Tekes Raise $2,400 for St. Jude
The Kappa-Kappa chapter showed great support for St. Jude Children Research Hospital and Be the Match.
Alpha-Rho Tekes Show Support for Local Family
Fraters from the Alpha-Rho chapter at the University of Rhode Island are making a big difference for a little girl and her family.
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