University Moves to Dismiss Case Filed by DKE

by Erica DeMichiel, Jenny Davis, Editors-in-Chief. 1 Comment

This story is developing and will be updated as more information becomes available. On Nov. 14, the University motioned for a dismissal of a case filed by Kent Literary Club (KLC), the Gamma Phi chapter of DKE, and Jordan Jancze ’18 in which the plaintiffs attest that the termination of DKE’s program housing status for the […]

Dear Brothers: A Case for DKE Reinstatement

by Jordan Jancze, Contributing Writer. 27 Comments

Dear Brothers, After all this time, I can still remember my first walk down College Row, with its architecture and traces of Wesleyan’s storied past. I was with my mother and we were lagging toward the back of a campus tour on arrival day. We listened to the young woman at the front telling of […]

DKE v. Wesleyan, Explained

by Courtney Laermer, Gabe Rosenberg, Editor-in-Chief and News Editor. 5 Comments

The Argus reviews documents from the case “Kent Literary Club et. al v. Wesleyan University et. al.”The Kent Literary Club of Wesleyan University at Middletown (KLC), the Gamma Phi Chapter of DKE at Wesleyan (DKE), Zac Cuzner ’17, and Tucker Ingraham ’17 filed a lawsuit in the Middletown Superior Court on February 19, 2015. The […]

University Chapter of DKE Sues Wesleyan for Discrimination

by Courtney Laermer, News Editor. 49 Comments

A law suit was filed after the University eliminated DKE as a program house for the 2015-16 school year. A court date has been set for March 9. Editor’s note: Due to the high volume of traffic to the website on Friday, and to the DKE lawsuit article in particular, The Argus server was overwhelmed and […]

DKE Hosts Workshops Regarding Alcohol Abuse, Sexual Assault Prevention

by Courtney Laermer, Assistant News Editor. 6 Comments

Professionals are brought in to lead prevention programming mandatory for members of Greek life. Beginning this weekend, members and alumni of the Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE) fraternity will launch an educational initiative, hosting programs to address concerns regarding sexual assault and alcohol abuse on campus. The proposals and events were assembled over the summer. Scott […]

Students Decry Anti-Feminist Speaker at DKE, Hold Sit-In

by Zoe Broad, Staff Writer. 8 Comments

Self-proclaimed anti-feminist, pro-free-speech editor Charlotte Allen gave a lecture at the Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE) house, which was hosted by the alumni of the University’s DKE and Beta Theta Pi (Beta) chapters.

Special Topics in Comparative Party Studies: DKE at Yale

by Elana RosenthalAlison Rosenberg, Contributing Writers. Comments Off on Special Topics in Comparative Party Studies: DKE at Yale

Unlike most Friday nights—on which we eschew debauchery—we had a mission: to do some hard-hitting, investigative reporting on the party scenes on the Wesleyan and Yale campuses.

PNK @ DKE Returns, Get Ready

by Carter Peterson, Staff Writer. Comments Off on PNK @ DKE Returns, Get Ready

One of the most memorable live music events of 2010, PNK @ DKE, is returning to the Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE) basement this Saturday.

DKE Helps Sponsor Ze-Day Events

by Shinekwa Kershaw, Staff Writer . Comments Off on DKE Helps Sponsor Ze-Day Events

A few images may come into the mind of the average Wesleyan student when the fraternity Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE) is mentioned.

DKE Begins $150,000 Renovation Project

by Saumya Chatrath, Staff Writer. 1 Comment

At a time when the University is struggling to find funding for many projects, DKE is gearing up to begin $150,000 renovations.

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