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TKE Faculty Dinner and Awards



Mac Bartlett receives his awards                              Prytanis Noah Eppler addresses the gathering

On the Thursday of October 23rd, TKE held its Fall Faculty Dinner. Nearly a quarter of the faculty were present, and enjoyed an evening of good food and conversation, thanks to the tremendous efforts of Steward Brandon Wongngamnit ’16 and Chef Doug Roe. Additionally, Frater and Board of Advisor member Gene King handed out three awards. The award for highest freshman GPA in the spring of 2014 went to Cameron Brown ‘17, who achieved above a 3.9. Mac Bartlett ’15 received the award for highest upperclassman GPA, also above a 3.9, as well as the award for most improved GPA, by a whole 1.0. TKE congratulates the success of all its Fraters, and thanks the faculty, freshmen, Chef, and Brandon for making it all possible.



Shooting at Dirk's 2014


 Dirk teaches Zach Anderson '18 how to handle a rifle.


                                            Dan McCarthy '17 tries out the sniper.

On October 12th, a group of about 12 Tekes, led by Activities Chair Jackson Schroeder '15, journeyed up to the home of Frater Dirk Garriott '11 for a Sunday afternoon of shooting. It was a cheap and fun way to spend time together as a house. Dirk is a certified firearms instructor, so all the fun was kept safe through Dirk's guidance. The group was also joined by Frater Michael Sexton '11.



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