Epsilon Kappa at Rutgers

Founded on Saturday, September 18, 1993

Located in the Mid-Atlantic domain.

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Additional Information for Epsilon Kappa at Rutgers

Success Manager: Kyle Rutledge, Oklahoma State '12

Domain Director: Alexander Kanevsky, Rutgers '05

Recent Epsilon Kappa at Rutgers Stories on Phi Tau News

  • Photo of the Day: Sept. 19, 20...
    Phi Kappa Tau helping out at Iron Girl! We had a blast and hope to help out next year! ?????? #RU #ΦΚΤ Iron Girl aspires to bring women of all ages together as a community by offering a supportive, energetic and empowering environment for females pursuing a healthy and ... read more
  • Photo of the Day: Sept. 13, 20...
    Rush Phi Kappa Tau #PKT #ΦΚΤ Photo credit Instagram: @gods_gift_to_nj ... read more
  • Epsilon Kappa Helps Plan and P...
    October 14, 2014: New Brunswick, N.J.—Epsilon Kappa chapter helped plan, along with six other fraternities, and participated the second annual PhiEsta, which benefited Team LeGrand of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. Team LeGrand was established in 2013 by Eric LeGrand to help find a cure for paralysis and improve ... read more
  • Phi Kappa Tau Announces Sasha ...
    May 1, 2014: Oxford, Ohio—Phi Kappa Tau is proud to introduce Sasha Kanevsky, Rutgers ’05, as the new Mid-Atlantic Domain Director. The Mid-Atlantic domain includes Epsilon Gamma chapter at College of New Jersey, Epsilon Epsilon chapter at William Patterson and Epsilon Kappa at Rutgers. “I’m really looking forward to meeting ... read more
  • Epsilon Kappa Celebrates 15 Ye...
    Oct. 7, 2009: Millburn, N.J.—Epsilon Kappa chapter at Rutgers hosted a 15-year anniversary barbeque Sept. 27 at the American Legion in Millburn, N.J. More than 80 people attended the event. Brothers and their families played bocce ball and ladder ball and listened to music. Phi Taus also shared Fraternity ... read more

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