Monday, November 07, 2011

House History


Tri-Kap Class of 2014 and their New Member Educators outside of Rauner
 New Member Educators Ben Burke ’12 and Paul Wagdalt ’13 brought the new members of the Class of 2014 to Rauner Library. While there House Historian Marcel Wolff ’12 spoke to the new members of the importance of learning House tradition and history. Then they began looking through boxes of House historical artifacts that are being stored at Rauner. Some of the highlights were a class picture outside of Parker House, a picture of the 1 Webster when it was first built, as well as even some old Tri-Kap T-Shirts.  At the end of the visit the new members became more aware of the great history of Kappa Kappa Kappa that they are now a part of.

Yours In Kappa,

Matt LaBove, Academic Chair
House Historian, Marcel Wolff, educates our New Members on Tri-Kap History

Annual Halloween Haunted House

Some Trick-Or-Treaters enjoy the activities on the First Floor

On October 30th, we hosted our annual Halloween on Webster Ave. event for children of the Upper Valley. Having raised over $1400 for the event, this allowed us to host one of the most frightening haunted houses in recent history. Partnerships with sororities like Alpha Phi and Delta Delta Delta gave trick-or-treaters the options of face painting, cookie decorating, and bobbing for apples. All in all, the event was a great success, attracting over 100 kids and their families. We would like to thank the following organizations for sponsoring our event: the Office of the President, the Office of Dean of the College, the Greek Leadership Council, and the Interfraternity Council.


-Christian Mgbonyebi, Philanthropy Chair


Yun Jung '14, Max Frenkel '14, Juan Gonzalez '12, Dan Harritt '13,

Kevin Miao '14 and Parth Kaul '14 all dressed up for the event