Saturday, March 17, 2007

New Brothers Trying to Revive TKE at Athens State

It's All Greek To TKEs

Brothers of Athens State University's Tau Kappa Epsilon colony are hoping to gain enough new members to officially become a recognized fraternity.

Before closing the university's previous TKE chapter in 1995, the frat was one of the most popular on the campus. However, brotherhood numbers dwindled, and the frat was forced to close.

Last spring, a newly organized group started the task of bringing the frat back to Athens State. The recruits for the new edition of the chapter range in ages from 21 to 45, and even include some guys with full-time jobs. Athens State frats face difficulties because it is only a 2-year college, and students must transfer to earn a 4-year degree.

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