For decades, Tau Kappa Epsilon has maintained a consistent presence on Lyon College’s campus. After years of philanthropy, community service, fundraising and campus involvement, Tau Kappa Epsilon will celebrate its 50th Alumni Anniversary on Saturday, January 21.
Dustyn Bork, Professor of Art and Tau Kappa Epsilon Faculty Advisor, said that this event celebrates TKE brothers across the generations, celebrating the chapter’s accomplishments and giving the community a chance to reconnect.
“This chapter is great for diversity and inclusion,” said Bork. “The active brothers are awesome at supporting each other, and they help each other accomplish their goals whether personal or academic.”
He continued explaining how TKE and organizations like it help brothers build networks, improve their skills, and learn how to better impact their lives for a successful future.
Bork said the night was sure to be full of exciting events, giving a sneak peek into what attendees could expect.
“I’m excited about Scroll 6, one of the original charter founders that will be attending,” said Bork.
He continued, “Big shout out to Peter Gray, one of our local chapter Xi-Tau of Tau Kappa Epsilon founders.”
Aside from the company, the evening will also have time for a delicious Italian dinner, mingling, and a speech from the current president, Lyon College junior Hunter Perkins, before winding down for the night.
The night is set to kick off at 5 p.m., and is open only to TKE brothers, alumni, and their guests. The attire for the night is semi-formal, if able.
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