Friday, March 30, 2012

The Best and the Brightest

The Brothers of the Kappa Kappa Kappa Society are proud to report that during the winter 2012 term, they bested every other fraternity on campus in terms of average GPA, and a majority of the sororities and other greek houses too. This suggests that Tri-Kap is the most intelligent fraternity at Dartmouth with an average GPA of 3.53/4.00. The statistics also indicate that 31 of the 49 active members logged a GPA greater than 3.5/4.0 and zero members scored below a 2.0. Moreover, the average for all undergraduate students during this term was 3.45.

Due to Andrew Lohse's recent allegations toward SAE fraternity and the Dartmouth Administration, the Greek System, and more specifically Dartmouth fraternities, have received a great deal of unwanted attention and criticism, damning the system as unnecessary, hostile, and barbaric. However, that 50% of the Greek Organizations outscore the Dartmouth undergraduate average and unaffiliated student average (also 3.45) indicates that Greek Life may benefit ones academic performance and promote scholarliness.

We're forever proud to be Dartmouth's first truly literary society.

For more statistics, view the full report:

Daniel C. Krawec
Tri-Kap Vice-President