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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 Sadly, as of 2000, the chapter is no longer active at Miami.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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80 Hours of Jumping for St. Jude

The men at University of Central Oklahoma (Epsilon-Sigma) are jumping for 80 hours to raise money to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Besides setting up an online fundraising page through St. Jude's TKE portal, they have also set up a live YouTube feed of their event.



TKE Honors 45 Years with Katie Sayre

The longest serving Professional Staff member in Fraternity and Sorority Life history is Tau Kappa Epsilon's very own Katie Sayre. Katie began her career at TKE on April 22, 1969. She has served our fraternity in three separate headquarters offices, through 8 Chief Executive Officer terms, and through 22 Grand Prytani elections. Katie has been an instrumental part of the success of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity for close to half a century.



TKE Nation Welcomes Two Historic Chapters

The Gamma-Kappa Chapter at Indiana University and the Gamma-Omicron Chapter at the University of Virginia celebrated their chartering installation yesterday. The two historic chapters have re-claimed their legacies on campus and their status in Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. Yesterday was a time to celebrate the moments leading up to the milestone, and to set the vision for the success in the future.



Finish the School Year Strong

The Offices of the Grand Chapter want to remind to all chapter and colony leadership that the final deadline annual reports and KRA scorecard submissions is quickly closing. The Regional Teams of TKE want every E-Board member, chapter advisor, and local volunteer to mark May 10th on their calendar. May 10th is the Regional Deadline to add any last submissions that will impact your KRA scorecard, annual report, and annual award applications.



Thank You TKE Volunteers

Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity builds Better Men for a Better World because of the talent and sacrifice of so many alumni in TKE Nation. This week is National Volunteer Appreciation Week, and the development of our young men is due to the volunteers of Tau Kappa Epsilon. Your willingness to serve and impact the men of our organization is what makes the fraternal experience a lifelong passion. The Offices of the Grand Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon would like to thank all TKE Volunteers, in every capacity, for making our fraternity a life-changing experience. Our volunteers have helped lead us to where we are today, and they will continue to be the leaders who help us reach success in the future. Thank you for your service!



Lisa Staton Joins TKE Professional Staff

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - The Offices of the Grand Chapter is pleased to announce the newest addition to the Tau Kappa Epsilon Professional Staff, Lisa D. Staton. Lisa will serve the fraternity in Indianapolis as Controller. Lisa will oversee all accounting-related activities within the fraternity and TKE Educational Foundation.



Let the St. Jude Challenge Begin

The St. Jude Challenge is an online fundraising competition that puts the men of Tau Kappa Epsilon in the fundraising spotlight. Participating chapters/colonies who register for the St. Jude Challenge will wait for their name to be called. Every two weeks, one chapter/colony in TKE Nation will have all eyes on them as they fundraise as much as they can for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Utilizing the online fundraising pages, members are encouraged to utilize social media to fundraise money from Fraters, friends, and family. Does your chapter have what it takes to be crowned the St. Jude Challenge Champion?



2014 International Sweetheart Finalists

The 2014 International Sweetheart Scholarship has been narrowed down to six very deserving young women. The academic achievement, community engagement, and impact they have on their local TKE chapter is what makes them all great candidates to represent Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity at the International level. Now is the time for TKE Nation to decide who will represent our fraternity for the next fiscal year. Voting starts now and will end Saturday, April 19th at 11:59pm (ET).



Collegiate Advisory Committee Adds Member

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Tau Kappa Epsilon Chief Executive Officer Donald E. Aldrich has appointed Frater Sonny Licata (Pi-Iota, University of Nevada - Reno) to fill in the vacant Collegiate Advisory Committee position, effective immediately.



Annual Report & Annual Awards Due May 15th

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - The annual report and award application processes are the final things left on the "to-do-list" this fiscal year. Recapping the year's successes and nominating chapters/colonies and individual Fraters will help your group leave a legacy in TKE Nation. The preparation and effort you put into these processes will communicate how well your group has performed this year, and how likely you are to bring home some hardware.



Michigan Tekes Raise Hope for St. Jude

Most people have drawn their attention toward the final four and major league baseball opening day. Two TKE chapters in the state of Michigan have decided to dedicate their time towards another cause; raising awareness and raising money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The Omega chapter at Albion College and the Upsilon chapter at the University of Michigan are finishing the month of March by raising money to save lives.



TNT Bracket Has Reached the Elite Eight

Has your March Madness bracket become a bust? There is another bracket going on that you can still get in the game for! The TNT Tournament has reach the round of eight for the competing chapters in TKE nation; every chapter can compete at anytime and join in on the fraternity competition. This TKE Nation Tournament raises funds for the TKE Educational Foundation to Build Better Men for a Better World. The money raised goes back to the fundraising chapters/colonies. There is still time for all collegiate members and TKE alumni to get in the game! Pay it forward and help build a better future for the members of Tau Kappa Epsilon.



Updated KRA Rankings Available

Last week TKE nation was introduced to the live Key Result Area (KRAs) rankings for the 270 chapters of Tau Kappa Epsilon. Throught the key focuses of of fraternity, chapter success is measured throug a metric based system known as the KRAs. On the Chapter Module Dashboard, a KRA scorecard is presented to show groups where they are at in achieving their goals. There is still time to change your group's overall score and climb the ranks in TKE nation.



Where Does Your Chapter Rank?

Key Result Areas (KRAs) reflect the success of the active colonies and chapters of Tau Kappa Epsilon. On the Chapter Module Page, a KRA scorecard is presented to show groups where they are at in achieving their goals. Here is a breakdown of what your group can do to impact your KRA scorecard total.



Preparing for St. Patrick's Day

This upcoming Monday is March 17th which means St. Patrick's Day will be the means to celebrate all weekend long. The reality is an estimated $252 million will be spent on alcohol consumption this weekend. The consistently cold weather that has been hitting most parts of the United States and Canada will be ignored this weekend as people will dress like Leprechauns and represent shamrocks like TKE lettered shirts. In preparation for St. Patrick's Day, there are some things that you should think about before you begin the festivities.



Leadership Academy Deadline Approaches

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - The Charles R. Walgreen, Jr. Leadership Academy is the premier program for collegiate members of the fraternity who want to develop their leadership abilities. Since 1990, 27 leadership academies have graduated some of the best leaders in TKE. This summer will host the 28th academy of building Better Men for a Better World. Who will be the Fraters that take advantage of this opportunity to make this summer one they will never forget.



Establish your Alumni Association Today

If your alumni association was active for the 2011-13 biennium and has not yet been renewed, take a few seconds to complete the process today at aa.tke.org.



Two Big Ten Schools Re-Charter

The Grand Council of Tau Kappa Epsilon has unanimously approved the re-chartering of two strong groups in TKE nation. The Gamma-Kappa colony at Indiana University and the Theta colony at University of Minnesota will be the newest re-chartered chapters in Tau Kappa Epsilon.



Your Future Starts Today

March 15th is the deadline for three important applications within Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. The TKE Leadership Academy, International Sweetheart Scholarship, and TKE Educational Foundation Scholarships are now all available to apply for.



Professional Staff Prepares for March Conversions

The professional staff of Tau Kappa Epsilon will be meeting at the headquarters office in Indianapolis, Indiana for their March conversions meeting. The Fraternal Services Team along with supporting efforts with other office staff will be working towards accomplishing the fraternity goals of this fiscal year. The success of our fraternity and the success of the young men within our colonies and chapters benefit greatly from conversions time. Here are five things your group can do to prepare for the March conversions effort:



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