Each Tuesday and Thursday, the brothers of Lafayette’s Rho chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE) are hard at work in study halls with faculty adviser Richard Shupp, visiting instructor of foreign languages and literatures. A few weeks ago, they donated food to Easton’s Safe Harbor shelter to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy. Those are just some of the initiatives that grew out of DKE’s fall leadership conference. Read the full story…..

Thank you to house association president Michael De Lisi ’03, treasurer Peter Carlson ’02, chapter adviser Brent Souders ’11, Mark Fedorov ’91, Jared Piette ’12, and John Terembula ’94. House association academic adviser Scott Harris ’95 joined via teleconference to discuss academic improvement.

“You are always wearing your letters!”

Delta Kappa Epsilon Rho Chapter of Lafayette, was founded on October 15th, 1855 in 25 South College by ten Lafayette undergraduates. Established “where the candidate most favored was he who combined in the most equal proportions the gentleman, the scholar, and the jolly good fellow. One of Delta Kappa Epsilon’s focuses within each Chapter is on community service in addition to the social aspect that goes along with most social Greek fraternities.