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As I fly back to Indianapolis after another outstanding Charles R. Walgreen, Jr. TKE Leadership Academy, the 30th to be exact, I took a few moments to reflect on "Chuck" Walgreen's outstand- ing contribution to the Fraternity. Frater Walgreen was known for many things besides being the only one to attend the 25th, 50th, 75th and 100th anniversary celebrations. He was an outstanding Teke, living our principles and the Fraternity for Life every day. He resigned from the TKE Grand Council to go help his father run the "family business," which at the time was only one store. Now Walgreens at the "corner of healthy and happy" has thousands of locations. Frater Walgreen contributed his time, talent and treasure to create Better Men for a Better World. He personally funded the first TKE Leadership Academy and many other opportunities for our collegiate Fraters. He would be proud of this group of 1,100 men who have attended the Fraternity's premier leadership training opportunity. It is no wonder Academy graduates result in Top TKE Chapters. We've chosen to highlight four outstanding groups. Though the formula for each group was slightly different, each chapter set a goal to be the best on their campus, lived our values and made a big impact in their community. As another school year begins, now is the time to set your goals, strive for excel- lence and be Better Men for a Better World. I'd also like to take a moment to thank my friend, Danny Klopfenstein, on his service to the Fraternity as our primary author of THE TEKE magazine for the last two years. In early June, Danny accepted a position with a fellow Frater. Danny is an outstanding storyteller who captured the essence of the Fraternity. Even after leav- ing the Professional Staff, he was gracious enough to help us through the transition and help complete this issue of THE TEKE. Thank you, Danny, for sharing your talents to tell our Fraternity's story; we will miss you! We are excited to have Corey Krupa (Zeta-Lambda, Bowling Green) join our staff and begin contributing his talents to this and future issues of THE TEKE magazine! Yours in the Bond, Alex Baker, Editor, THE TEKE 2016 Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, Inc. THE TEKE is the official publication of Tau Kappa Epsilon International Fraternity. TKE was founded on January 10, 1899, at Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, IL. HOW TO CONTACT THE TEKE Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity 7439 Woodland Drive, Suite 100 Indianapolis, IN 46278-1765 Tel: 317-872-6533 Fax: 317-875-8353 Email: tkeogc@tke.org Website: www.tke.org HOW TO SUBMIT STORIES/PHOTOS Send news & photographs for THE TEKE to the ad- dress above . Chapter news should contain information about events, community service projects, and other no- table achievements. Articles and photos can be emailed to tkeogc@tke.org. Mail hard copies and prints to the Offices of the Grand Chapter. Digital photos should be at least 300 dpi in resolution or on a digital cameras highest-quality setting. Photos showing alcoholic bever- ages or members displaying inappropriate behavior will not be accepted. the teke Highlighting the Best of the Best Content Deadlines Spring - December 1 / Summer March 1 / Fall June 1 / Winter - September 1 THE TEKE (ISSN 1527-1331) is an educational journal published quarterly in spring, summer, fall and winter by Tau Kappa Epsilon (a fraternal society), 7439 Woodland Drive, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46278-1765. Periodicals Class postage paid at Indianapolis, IN, and additional mailing offices. All alumni Fraters who donate $10 or more to the TKE Educational Foundation, Inc. will receive a one-year subscription to THE TEKE . Its our way of saying thank you and of keeping you informed regarding whats going on in your Fraternity today. MISSION STATEMENT VISION Tau Kappa Epsilon creates lifelong relationships that enhance educational, interpersonal, community and professional success. MISSION Our mission is to aid men in their mental, moral, and social development for life. PURPOSE TKE contributes to the advancement of society through the personal growth of our members, and service to others. POSTMASTER: send address changes to THE TEKE, 7439 Woodland Drive, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46278-1765. THE TEKE STAFF Donald E. Aldrich, Chief Executive Officer Rho-Upsilon, Franklin College Alex Baker, Chief Information Officer and Editor Upsilon-Iota, IUPUI Corey Krupa, Communications Specialist Zeta-Lambda, Bowling Green State University Daniel Klopfenstein, Freelance Contributor Alpha-Gamma, Washington State University Katie Sayre, Production Manager 2015 - 2017 GRAND COUNCIL Rodney G. Talbot, Grand Prytanis Beta-Chi, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Christopher T. Hanson, Grand Epiprytanis Alpha-Pi, The George Washington University Ted Bereswill, Grand Grammateus Gamma-Upsilon, University of Texas at Austin Dr. James Hickey, Grand Crysophylos Zeta-Alpha, Wagner College Brian Montgomery, Grand Histor Gamma-Upsilon, University of Texas at Austin Fredrick T. Jacobi, Grand Hypophetes Lambda-Alpha, University of South Florida Ryan Vescio, Grand Pylortes Rho-Omega, University of South Carolina Anthony F. Clemens, Grand Hegemon Nu-Mu, University of South Alabama Rob J. Guarini, Grand Council At-Large Sigma-Nu, State University of New York at New Paltz Peter Sobich, Grand Council At-Large Chi, University of Washington Jonah Griego, Collegiate Advisory Committee Chair Tau-Psi, University of West Florida THE FIRST WORD THE TEKE 2 FALL 16

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