A Vision Realized
After decades of history and brotherhood, Tri-Kap's hallowed halls are closed as we renovate our home at 1 Webster Ave. On June 20, 2015 the brotherhood held a groundbreaking ceremony on the lawn. In attendance were Dartmouth College administrators, undergraduates and Tri-Kap alumni spanning decades to commemorate the occasion.
(R to L: Assoc. Dean of the College Liz Agosto, Anka Tezcan '15, Michael Brasher '10, Bruce Williamson '74 and James McKim '83)
Breaking Ground on the Future
After remarks from James McKim '83 on the history of Kappa Kappa Kappa at Dartmouth, Michael spoke about the Capital Campaign that made the event happen and the considerable fundraising effort it represents both in the past and future. Bruce Williamson '74 detailed the construction effort, explaining the necessary improvements and upgrades to the house. Anka Tezcan '15 affirmed the undergraduate's commitment to the house's future maintenance and Associate Dean of the College Liz Agosto closed by stating the College's appreciate for the brotherhood's commitment to the Dartmouth community through leadership, diversity and achievement.
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|Over 50 people from the brotherhood and Dartmouth community in attendance|
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|College President Phil Hanlon '77 Stops By|