TKE Wins President’s Award for Fraternal ExcellenceApril 29, 2015

Joe and Nico Presidents Award

Tau Kappa Epsilon is the proud recipient of this year’s President’s Award for Fraternal Excellence from the University of Southern California.  Congratulations to the leadership of the house and especially the current and past Presidents.  At left is Joe Mallick, President 2013-2014 and at right is Nico Stillman. President 2014-2015.

Congrats to TKE ΒΣ Spring ’15April 27, 2015

Spring 2015 Initiates

That’s 17 new initiates and one proud Hegemon. From left to right: Luke O’Conor, Alec Hursh, Hudson Barineau, Michael Thorson, Nelson Thomas, Pedro Alves, Daniel Febres-Cordero, Danny Ochoa, Hegemon Daniel Adebiye, Keenan Salvati, McAuley Evans, Naish Gaubatz, Arjun Dundoo, Cannon Karns, Charlie Boomier, Rocco Signore, Evan Talbert, John Andrews

TKE USC 2013-2014 CompositeDecember 1, 2014


The Beta-Sigma Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon (2013-2014)

Congrats to TKE ΒΣ Fall 2014November 30, 2014

Fall 2014 Initiates

Congratulations to our 31 Newly Initiated Members

The Fall 2014 pledge class made it.  They are now members and a new Spring pledge class is right around the corner. Congratulations guys.

Bob Barr Comes HomeNovember 13, 2014


Bob Barr Grand Prytanis Beta-Sigma TKE

Bob Barr Comes Home

On November 13, 2014 the Beta-Sigma Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity was proud to host a very special event. Our Grand Prytanis, Bob Barr visited the TKE Houses at USC for the first time since he was an undergraduate member. The Grand Council, CEO Donnie Aldrich, Headquarters Staff, and TKE Educational Foundation were all in attendance. After a reception at the TKE House, Bob Barr led the group including active members, alumni, and parents to the TKETent Tailgate. A great time was had by all.

Ronald Reagan in TKE USC Beta-Sigma Library

Two Great Men in One Historic House

During Frater Barr’s visit to the Beta-Sigma Chapter Houses, the undergraduate members asked him to pose for a photo in front of the fire place.  It just so happens that this is the exact spot where Frater Ronald Reagan stood in 1964 to film a Rush Video for TKE.  A framed photo of Frater Reagan hangs in the very place that his picture was taken many years ago.  And now we have a photo of Frater Barr in the very same place next to the photo of Frater Reagan.  Two great men in one historic house.