Because of our Alumni’s enthusiastic support, the Alumni Association is expanding their communications means to our Alumni by adding this Website and a Member E-blast to complement the newsletter distribution.
This website presents news and features articles about our alumni and undergraduate chapter activities. As an alumnus, please make your contribution to the website by sharing memorable, funny stories about your Brothers, your Experience, and pictures about your School Days.
Will Walker '11 earned the title of Best Brother for the 2014-15 school year, as voted by the chapter. Instrumental in planning both Convivium and Old South, as well as other social events, Will is always very involved and always willing to help out when needed, says Alpha Sigma Historian Bennett Humphries.
A rising 5th year student from Elberton, GA pursuing a degree in Industrial Engineering, Will hopes to go into manufacturing operations.
We're looking to compile the best stories and photos from our alumni to add to our chapter's rich history. Share your stories of the best parties, chapter traditions, the best campus hangouts, and how KA has made a lifelong impact on you.
The uniforms may have changed, but everything else remains the same. What are your best memories and stories from KA's longstanding tradition of Old South?
Why did you join Kappa Alpha as an undergraduate?
When I came down from Kentucky to start college at Georgia Tech, I didn’t know many students ahead of time. Several of my father’s friends were KA’s in our town and had written letters of recommendation for me so I went by the House during Rush Week. My initial plan was to defer joining a fraternity until after I had been in school for a while (not knowing how difficult the classes would be), but I met a couple of Brothers from Kentucky, Rick Muse and Jeff Cunningham, on the first night and felt very comfortable with everyone.
Ramzi Dudum '02
Brothers, I am writing in good spirits. Three years ago, the active chapter started a philanthropy to benefit a former EC's daughter who suffers from a rare disease known as Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS). Please read below about Krissy and our efforts to support.