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Southern Indiana “Raptured Duck” Golf Outing

Published on: June 21, 2022

The Zeta Omicron chapter at the University of Southern Indiana held their annual Zeta Omicron alumni golf outing, “Ruptured Duck,” on Saturday, June 11th.  Two dozen alumni were in attendance at the Saddlebrook Golf Club in Indianapolis, Indiana.  Part of the proceeds will go to the Zeta Omicron chapter for recruitment purposes.  

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2022 Interns

Published on: June 6, 2022

The Kappa Alpha Order Internship Program was created to provide deserving undergraduates with the desire to become better educated and informed on both the public and private sectors of our national government. In addition, this program will give undergraduates the opportunity to gain professional work experience while living in Washington, D.C., Dallas, Texas, or Atlanta,…

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Northwestern State Alumni Gather for Crawfish Boil

Published on: May 3, 2022

Alumni of the Gamma Psi Chapter at Northwestern State, informally named the Old Gold Society, gathered for a crawfish boil on April 23 in Erath, Louisiana. The alumni, all initiated in the 1960s, and their wives enjoyed mudbugs provided by Brother Martial Broussard ’67. “We have met several times, for golf, fish fry, and barbecue…

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Auburn Holds Career Day for Alumni and Undergraduate Brothers

Published on: May 3, 2022

During a Chapter Meeting in the fall, Hugh A. Farmer III (Nu–Auburn ’72) and two other alumni visited to share the story of Jack B. Carter II (Nu–Auburn’71). “The Chapter room is named for him,” Hugh commented. “Jack was single-handedly responsible for returning KA to Auburn.” Unfortunately,  Jack passed away in 2014, and Hugh and…

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West Florida Recognized for Campus Engagement

Published on: May 2, 2022

The University of West Florida Provisional Chapter received an award from Fraternity and Sorority Life for Campus Engagement. “I believe that campus engagement is a very important aspect of fraternity sorority life,” Number I James “Ryley” Barker said. “Not only does it help the members of your organization see how other organizations work but also…

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Northern Arizona Raises $32,500 for Special Olympics

Published on: April 19, 2022

The Epsilon Tau Chapter at Northern Arizona University recently completed its month-long fundraiser for Special Olympics Arizona. The chapter planned events like percentage nights, coin wars, trivia night, and a flag football game to fundraise for their initial goal of $20,000. Their events saw a growing attendance and participation from 50 to 300 attendees for…

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North Carolina State Alumnus Dedicates Engineering Lab in Honor of His Professor

Published on: April 12, 2022

The Fitts-Woolard Hall is the latest addition to the campus of North Carolina State University. The 225,000 square foot building houses the College of Engineering’s Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering; the Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE); cutting-edge laboratories; administrative offices; and more than 100 classrooms. The construction of Fitts-Woolard…

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Berkeley Brothers Clean Eucalyptus Debris to Prepare for Fire Season

Published on: April 12, 2022

by Lance Roberts, The Daily Californian  A group of UC Berkeley students and Berkeley community members helped clear eucalyptus tree debris that has been posing a threat to the community Sunday. About 90 students volunteered for the environmental cleanup in Hidden Canyon. Home to a line of eucalyptus trees local residents call the “Line of…

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Arkansas Brother Named Homecoming King

Published on: April 12, 2022

The Associated Student Government and Alumni Association announced Jack L. Berg (Alpha Omicron–Arkansas ’19) and Grace Crain as the 2021 Homecoming King and Queen and crowned them at the 2021 Homecoming football game hosted at the Razorback Stadium Saturday, Oct. 16. Grace Crain of Little Rock, a senior marketing major in the Sam M. Walton…

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LSU raises $20K for wheelchair, expenses, to improve life of disabled Veteran

Published on: April 12, 2022

by Travis Spaulding, The Advocate Disabled U.S. Air Force and Army veteran J.D. Roberts, of San Antonio, Texas, received a life-changing gift, a new Action Trackchair, an offroad power wheelchair that uses tracks instead of wheels, as a result of the philanthropy of LSU’s Alpha Gamma Chapter of Kappa Alpha fraternity, on Saturday, November 20,…

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