Tau Kappa Epsilon Fall Rush 2013

As the fall semester begins, the Brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon are gearing up for Georgia Tech’s 2013 Fall Rush.  Several TKEs have been assisting incoming freshman the past several days with Greek Move-Ins and FASET, and we all are looking forward to the start of Rush on Thursday evening.  For all undergraduate students interested in going Greek here at Tech, be sure to stop by TKE over the next several days and hang out.  Here is the schedule for this year’s rush:

Rush TKE


Thursday: Meet the Brothers/ Barbecue Chicken and Macaroni and Cheese

Friday: Sports Day/ Tacos

Saturday: Southern Tide Event/ Golf Trip/ Cookout

Sunday: Parents’ Day/3 on 3 Basketball Tournament/ Zaxby’s Catering

Monday: Basketball and Volleyball/ Chicken Parmigiana

Tuesday: Filet Mignon Steak Dinner (Invite Only)


Again, if you are interested in rushing or going Greek, be sure to stop by TKE throughout the week to meet some brothers, play some sports, hang out, and have a great time!  If you have any questions regarding Tau Kappa Epsilon, Rush, or Greek Life, visit our Rushing TKE section, or feel free to contact our Rush Chairs Phillip Kluever and Domenic Scavola.

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Domenic Scavola

Phillip Kluever

(804) 512-3690

(704) 575-8569


2013 TKE Sweetheart… Ms. Hanna Ahmad

The 2013 Sweetheart, Hanna Ahmad, gets serenaded by the Beta-Pi Chapter

The 2013 Sweetheart, Hanna Ahmad, gets serenaded by the Beta-Pi Chapter

On the weekend of March 8-10, the Beta-Pi chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon held their annual Red Carnation Ball on the streets of New Orleans. During the formal dinner, Hanna Ahmad was crowned as Beta-Pi TKE sweetheart for 2013. Ahmad, a second-year Business Administration student from Dunwoody, Georgia, was awarded flowers and a generous applause from the chapter, as well as the traditional sweetheart song and, of course, “My Girl” by the Temptations. From all current chapter members and TKE Beta-Pi alumni, we would like to congratulate Ms. Hanna Ahmad for becoming the 2013 TKE Sweetheart!

HBGJ Performs at Vinyl

(from left to right) Band members Noah Ta, Michael Zerkus, Chris Mast, Sam Elia, and Michael Duley perform at Vinyl

(from left to right) Band members Noah Ta, Michael Zerkus, Chris Mast, Sam Elia, and Michael Duley perform at Vinyl

On Friday, January 25th, HBGJ performed at Center Stage Vinyl in Atlanta.  A former cover band consisting of Beta-Pi TKEs Michael Zerkus (vocals), Noah Ta (guitar and backup vocals), Michael Duley (guitar), Chris Mast (bass), and Sam Elia (drums), HBGJ played a variety of music, including several new song written by the band, as an opening act for Arc and Stones.  Hundreds of brothers and fans came out to support the band as they shredded through their new set list with high energy vocals and killer solos.  HBGJ posted on their website after the show:

“A huge thank you to everyone who came out and supported us Friday. It means the world to us.”


Although their next show is yet to be decided, the band members are eager to get back into the studio to create more original songs.  For more information regarding HBGJ, check their website at  Also, if you missed the show, be sure to check the photo gallery for pictures.  Congratulations HBGJ, and we look forward to bigger things in the future!

New TKE Sweetheart

Rachel Winslow - 2012 TKE Sweetheart

Rachel Winslow – 2012 TKE Sweetheart

During the weekend of March 2-4, Tau Kappa Epsilon had its Red Carnation Formal in New Orleans, where we initiated our new sweetheart. The sweetheart for the next year for the Beta-Pi chapter of TKE is Rachael Winslow, a  member of the Iota Theta chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha. For the third year in a row our sweetheart will be coming from this prestigious sorority on campus. All of the brothers of TKE would like to officially welcome her to our family and say that we cannot wait to spend the next year with her.


St. Baldricks

St. Baldricks - Brothers of TKE

TKE Brothers shaving their heads for St. Baldricks

This year, the Georgia Tech chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon is participating in a nationwide philanthropy event sponsored by St. Baldrick’s Foundation for childhood cancer research. St. Baldrick’s funds more childhood cancer research grants than any other organization, second only to the government. Last year, the Beta Pi chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Georgia Tech participated in this event and raised $15,845.

At this event, volunteers have their heads shaved to show support for kids who usually lose their hair due to cancer treatments, and each “shavee” receives donations to support their dedication. This year, Tau Kappa Epsilon is looking to be the top team at our event and raise over $18,000!

If you’d like to donate money:
2. On the right you’ll see 3 TKE members’ names, above that click “View All Team Members”
3. You’ll see a list of all the members shaving their heads. To the right of each name you’ll see a black box titled “Donate”, click any of those boxes to the right of any name and you can handle it from there!


Click on to donate to the entire team (and not an individual member on our team).
Feel free to look at all the other pages describing the foundation and the event that we are participating in. We’d really appreciate your help if you are willing to donate or not. 

Again, thank you for supporting our entire fraternity in this philanthropic event.

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