Gamma-Omicron posses after ritual in Charlottesville, VA.
The Gamma-Kappa Chapter at Indiana University and the Gamma-Omicron Chapter at the University of Virginia celebrated their chartering installations yesterday. The two historic chapters have re-claimed their legacies on campus and their status in Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. Yesterday was a time to celebrate the moments leading up to the milestone, and to set the vision for the success in the future.
"Last night was a celebration of all of our hard work that has led up to this moment. It was such an exciting time being able to finally see this great group of men receive this honor. The future is bright for this group as we strive to be better men setting the example on our campus, as well as, become a top chapter throughout TKE," said Gamma-Kappa Prytanis Nathan Decker.
"Having the privilege to be prytanis of Gamma-Omicron for our chartering was incredible. I am extremely proud of all of our members to be able to do this in less than 2 years and charter with 55 great guys. The University of Virginia has a very prominent Greek system and we will keep our momentum going. If we can go from 2 guys in a coffee shop to 55 initiated fraters in 2 years, I see us as one of the most prominent fraternities at UVA in another 2," said Gamma-Omicron Prytanis Tim Barry.
Congratulations to Gamma-Kappa and Gamma-Omicron on your chartering milestone; continue to grow and surpass expectations in the future.