For over 150 years the brothers of the Delta Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon at Cornell University have a cultivated a brotherhood based on traditions, values, and the lifelong bonds of friendship.
This site celebrates the continued involvement of our cherished network of dedicated alumni, the achievements of our current undergraduate brothers, and the recruitment our future brothers yet to find their way to our historic institution on the hill.
The Delta Chi Chapter Welcomes 11 New Brothers!
The Delta Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon welcomes 11 new brothers to our historic chapter. The learn more about these new members, please see their bios here.
Preparations for Spring Rush 2022 are under way and the chapter hopes to match the interest and intensity in DKE from our last two rush classes. If you are interested in rushing DKE at Cornell or know of underclassmen who you think would make great great additions to the house, please contact Mike Furman at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will put you in touch with Rush Chairs Adam Bleustein and Edward William George.
Improvements to the Chapter Lodge Underway
The Lodge at 13 South Avenue is undergoing a series of interior and exterior projects to improve the living environment for our members. An important project to repair, replace, and paint external wood surfaces on the north, east and south faces of the house (including the south porch) was completed in October. Inside the house, the addition of a DKE crest mosaic to the Clayton C. Ingersol fireplace and operation repairs to the historic grandfather clock have improved the ambiance of the first floor foyer.
Over the next year we hope to complete a similar wood replacement and painting project on the western front of the house, make long needed repairs to the library chimney, update the water pipes that feed the second and third floor bathrooms, and begin a multiphase project to modernize the house electrical distribution system. These projects are dependent both on continued financial contributions to the Delta Chi Association and the DKE Housing Fund at Cornell University, as well as the availability of qualified construction labor in the Tompkins County area.
The Delta Chi chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon has remained an important and historic institution on the Cornell campus for over 150 years because of the dedication of hundreds of DKE brothers that remain engaged long after they complete their university education. DKE alumni attend summer reunions, participate in philanthropical events, provide professional networking and career guidance to recent graduates, and volunteer for house improvement projects. Alumni also contribute financially to the maintenance and upkeep of our historic Grey Stone Mansion through donations to Cornell University’s DKE Group Housing Fund and the alumni managed Delta Chi Association (501c3).