Kappa Kappa Psi probates

Verdict has it, this "new breed" Kappa Kappa Psi National Honorary Band Fraternity shows dedication, creativity, talent, and the will to work hard, succeed and grow in this distinguished organization. The probated Friday, March 24 out side Dumbar Hall bringing in seven new members.

Current members and spectators gathered in order to celebrate and welcome the new members in to 36 years of Epsilon Rho tradition. The organization was founded by 10 bands men on the campus of Oklahoma State University in 1919.

Kappa Kappa Psi has served colleges and university band programs for 86 years.

Member Brian Gundy, a graduating senior from Dallas said, "We are really proud to have the new breed."

"The Epsilon Rho chapter, of Kappa Kappa Psi here at Grambling State University is an outstanding organization," said member Travanti Strange, a junior from Dallas.

This fraternity distinguishes its blue and white, with a touch of gold apparel while serving proudly on and off campus with The World Famed Tiger Marching Band.

Grambling State University’s fraternity is the 137th chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi national honorary band fraternity.

Epsilon Rho receives seven new fraternity brothers to continue the focal point of Kappa Kappa Psi, which is operating primarily as a student service, and leadership recognition society whose main target is to assist the director of the band in developing the leadership and enthusiasm that is required of his or her band.