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    Showcasing individual members, the 'Alumni Profiles' section is a great place to check in on brothers and see what they're up to today. Read More +
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Alumni Updates

  • Jeff Bower, Class of 1969

    Jeff Bower '69 was elected President of the Centre County Bar Association & a member of the House of Delegates of the Pennsylvania Bar Association for 2012.


    Kerry Kissinger, Class of 1962

    Janice (Harms '62) and I attended our 50th Class ReUnion at PSU this past weekend. Duane Alexander and Chuck Gaston were the only other TEKEs in attendance, but many of Janice's Gamma Phi sisters attended including Sue Paterno. Janice and I are now "Pioneers", so we will be attending the reunions on an annual basis going forward. We get back to State 2-3 times a year as I am involved with the Penn State Libraries.

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News & More

  • Welcome Our Newest Addition To The House Corporation Board!

    Pi Chapter warmly welcomes alumnus James Duus ’14 to our House Corp. Board. James joined us in April and will add value to our organization as it moves forward. If you’d like to reach out to James, he can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We recently caught up with James to ask him a few questions. Read on to see what he has to say on his reasons for joining Pi Chapter, and his vision for the future of the Fraternity system.

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  • A Driving Force for a Rich Life

    Larry Myslewski ’68 Thanks TKE for Profound Impact

    According to Larry Myslewski ’68, the TKE experience was more educational than all of his classes combined. And coming from someone with such a successful career and life under his belt, it’s hard not believe it. We caught up with Larry for a Q&A and learned what he’s been up to, which brother he met up with recently and more.

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  • Penn State Diary: Public perception and the complex reality of the Greek system

    The following is a story by Lee Stout for Town and Gown and is being re-purposed for informational purposes only.

    Fraternities have been a contentious topic on campus this year. But the death of Beta Theta Pi pledge Timothy Piazza and the indictment of 18 Beta members on charges related to that tragic incident brought the academic year to a shattering end. As a result, there seems to be an official posture that suggests Greek organizations are more trouble than they’re worth. I’ll confess up front that I find that… Read More +

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Mission
Our mission is to aid men in their mental, moral, and social development for life.

Vision
Tau Kappa Epsilon creates lifelong relationships that enhance educational, interpersonal, community and professional success.

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TKE contributes to the advancement of society through the personal growth of our members, and service to others.

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