You come to college with your values intact; you’ve learned from family and friends what’s right and wrong. While in college, KA helps you keep your compass straight, develop your values-set and experiences, and points you in a great direction for your future. Then, with our history and your experience, your journey in life seems a little clearer. Choose any of the three paths below to learn more about Kappa Alpha Order and our members.
What does KA stand for? From being a gentleman, to aiming for excellence, our values are rooted in our ritual and initiation. Click below to read some public statements on the Order’s values and purpose.
This issue features the family legacy of our Chief Founder James Ward Wood, an open letter from the Knight Commander, interviews and stories from brothers recovering from COVID-19, a review of the Order’s evolution as an organization, and Voluntary Remarks on Race and Grace in KA.
This issue features the exceptional and extraordinary experiences for boys becoming young men at Falling Creek Camp—and the KAs behind it all, renowned knee surgeon James R. Andrews, M.D., The Five Marks of a Man by Brian Tome, and the KAOEF’s 2018-2019 Annual Report.