Troy University’s Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity has a new house on campus.

Troy University‘s Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity is finally back on fraternity row.

After the indefinite suspension of the Delta Chi fraternity during the spring semester, it was announced that TKE would now take up residence in the vacant fraternity house.

“This is something that we always wanted, but it is a big step,” says TKE President John Peterson. “Finally when this opportunity came about we jumped on it as soon as we can and it was a real blessing from the university and they were very kind to grant us this opportunity. All of the brothers have been enthusiastic and we are very, very excited to join the row.”

TKE was chartered in 1967 at TROY and is the second oldest fraternity on campus.

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