Monday, October 22, 2012

Brothers Go Paintballing

On Saturday October 13th, the brothers of Tri-Kap went paintballing for their first brotherhood event with the newest members of our fraternity, the Class of 2015. The group was large enough to receive personal attention and therefore was able to participate in exclusive events. We played a total of 8 10-minute rounds of paintball including Last Man Standing, Capture the Flag, Octagon, and Melee. As is tradition, Brothers faced off against Pledges and were able to welcome the new class with a generous dose of paint. Afterwards, the group stopped by a pizza parlor to relax, dine, and exchange stories about battle scars. The event is our more expensive outing and each brother enjoyed a moment they will be able to cherish for the future. We had a total of 19 participants.

Yours in Kappa,
Parth Kaul
Programming Chair

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Tri-Kap Hosts Taal, Pledges, and Sheba

On October 15th, 2012, the newest members of Kappa Kappa Kappa participated in the annual pledge dance, in which they opened up for Sheba and were preceded by the Taal a capella group. Andres Ramirez ’14 spearheaded the event, organizing the performance groups and choreographing the dance for the pledges. After a very close vote on song selections, Birthday Cake (remix) was selected as the preferred dance by the brotherhood. After a week of practicing, the pledges were determined to kill their routine, and they did. With a very packed crowd (with many looking through the side windows because there was no room), Taal, including it's Tri-Kap members Tanay Ganga ‘13, Sanders Davis ‘14, Nate Reznicek ‘14, and Marty Gatens ’15, started the event off with a 10 minute set. After swooing the crowd, the pledges seduced the crowd and transitioned perfectly for Sheba. Overall, it was a very successful event and a crowning moment for the newest class. If you want to see the dance, you can view it here: 

Yours in Kappa,
Andres Ramirez '14
Programming Chair

Friday, October 19, 2012

Semi Formal Fall 2012

On October 13th, 2012 the Brothers of Kappa Kappa Kappa and sisters of Alpha Phi Sorority co-hosted Semi Formal at 1 Webster Ave. The event welcomed guests from all around campus to enjoy a themed evening of dancing and merrymaking.The theme for this term was “made for each other”, implying that couples should go together as things, people or words that complemented each other. The event was a success with fantastic turnout from both the brotherhood as well as Alpha Phi sorority. The brotherhood was able to enjoy a wonderful evening with an entourage of attractive dates as well as socialize with its friends of Alpha Phi and others.

Mike Barile '13 & Aaron Goone '14
Social Chairs