Active Chapter Update on the Progress of TKE

Active Chapter Update on the Progress of TKEDear Alumni of TKE Pi Chapter,

Since the closing of our chapter house for the 2017-2018 school year, the remaining actives have taken the time to reassess our values, our duties as brothers, and most importantly, to recognize how much the brotherhood means to us all.  With the house reopening in the Fall, and University sanctions from 2016 violations expiring in the Spring, we are very excited for the coming year. For more on our progress, click read more below.

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TKE Sadly Reports The Deaths of Two Fraters

Pi Chapter regrets to announce the passing of two FRaters. Our thoughts are with their friends and families.

Ed Say '68, died unexpectedly on June 6 at his home in Shippenville, Pa. Ed served as a Sentinel at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, DC from May 1969 to August 1970. For Mr. Say's obituary, click HERE. Furthermore, we announce the passing of Reverend Dr. Darrell Blair Ray '55, of Nashville, TN on June 8. They will be remembered as dedicated TKEs who devoted their lives to the principles of Pi Chapter. Find Mr. Ray's obituary HERE.

Barron discusses Greek life reform as part of New York Times forum

Penn State President Eric Barron discussed national challenges and reform efforts related to hazing and Greek life on May 31, as part of the New York Times Higher Ed Leaders Forum. Barron joined author and Bloomberg reporter John Hechinger on the panel, which was moderated by Stephanie Saul, investigative reporter for the New York Times. Barron emphasized the critical need for a coordinated, national effort among universities and communities to increase student safety, reduce dangerous behaviors and hold Greek-letter organizations accountable. Click HERE to view the video "The Riddle of Greek Life."

*Courtesy of Penn State News