CBU’s TKE Named Top National Chapter for Third Year

Memphis – The Pi-Epsilon Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) at Christian Brothers University was recognized at the fraternity’s 56th Biennial Conclave as one of six “Top TKE Chapters” in the country.

The Award recognizes the Chapter’s work during the academic year on key result areas, including recruiting, academics, philanthropy, campus involvement, and conference attendance. Along with being named one of six Top TKE Chapters out of more than 250 chapters, Pi-Epsilon was also named the ”Top Fundraising Chapter” in the nation for its work with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Pi Epsilon Rush Chairman, Jonothan Fili notes, “I love being a Teke at CBU, because the programming that we have and our close relationship with St. Jude has allowed me to excel in both curricular and extracurricular activities. It has allowed me to work towards becoming the best possible version of myself.”

Alumnus and a founding member of CBU’s TKE chapter, Felix Bishop, notes, “I take great pride as a Teke alumnus in the Chapter’s award partly because we never received such recognition when I was in school, but also because I believe in the mission of TKE, specifically, and fraternities in general, to further the social and academic accomplishments of our members.” Further reflecting on how the fraternity influenced him, Bishop adds, “Fraternity membership has had a profound impact on my life and I hope that my participation has an impact on the lives of our undergraduates.”

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