Rn they r homophobic and sexist. Like the other Greek organizations r boycotting them they that problematic! Ehh parties
Whitman: "Welcome to Whitman here is a bid to TKE"
Me: "Oh I am not interested, and I am a girl"
TKE: "Oh it doesn't matter everyone is a TKE, here is your beanie"
TKE has a few really great guys. In general, a TKE is a pretty boy/soccer player and probably has the most fratty rep at Whitman. They have a bunch of members so their brotherhood seems pretty disconnected. They beef pretty easily with other frats, so they seem the most alienated. I have not been to a good party at TKE this year, but they do make good use of the porch in the spring. TKE's generally aren't super friendly or welcoming unless you are a female or a potential rushee, which makes their house a weak party spot. In reality, middle tier (at best), but believes with all their heart that they are top frat.
Associates with:Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority
I've been here for many years, and I promise you TKE is not top house. Bunch of weirdos if you ask me.
This house is known for having by far the most attractive men and the best parties on campus. They have a huge campus presence and if something is going on around campus, you can expect for one of their brothers to be there in some sort of key role. These men are truly top tier here at Whitman.
Associates with:Phi Delta Theta FraternityAlpha Phi Sorority
As a 1968 to 1972 member, this is how I remember my time @Whitman TKE
Associates with:Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority
Lost a lot of respect with fraternities and sororities in the way they handled the drug incident and also the way they cheated in rush and used IFC power to their advantage.
Love it. Boys in the hood
TKE does a good job of giving everyone a chance in their rush. They seem to finding the right way of using their power for good on campus. It's a work in progress, but their inclusivity is a model for the greek system.
TKE consistently dominates the social scene and always has a strong presence in their philanthropy
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