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 LSU Kappa Alpha Order

101 LSU Student Union Building

LSU Box #25411

Baton Rouge, LA 70803

 

 Officers                                                  Email Address                                                         Hometown

Number 1. Hayden McBride               kaalphagammapresident@gmail.com              Shreveport, Louisiana

Number 2. Justin Schindler                justin.schindler2@gmail.com                                 Richmond, Texas

Number 3. Luke Habetz                     lukehabetz@gmail.com                                          Crowley, Louisiana

Number 4. Parker Huft                      parkerhufft@gmail.com                                           New Orleans, Louisiana

Number 5. Christian Voelkel             christian.voelkel@aol.com                                       Covington, Louisiana

Number 6. Drew Guin                       drewg19@bellsouth.net                                           Covington, Louisiana

Number 7. Will Bell                            willbell1995@yahoo.com                                        Shreveport, Louisiana

Number 8. Paul Snyder                    paulsnyder34@gmail.com                                        Shreveport, Louisiana

Number 9. Trent Bullard                   hbulla1@tigers.lsu.edu                                              Little Rock, Arkansas

 

Rush Chair. Parker Hufft, Number 4

Social Chair. Sam Oliver                    samueljoliver51@gmail.com                                      Houston, Texas

Dames of KA (Mother's Club) President:

Margaret Boudreaux                                                                                           
                                           
 

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Definition of a Gentleman:

“The forbearing use of power does not only form a touchstone, but the manner in which an individual enjoys certain advantages over others is a test of a true gentleman.

The power which the strong have over the weak, the employer over the employed, the educated over the unlettered, the experienced over the confiding, even the clever over the silly--the forbearing or inoffensive use of all this power or authority, or a total abstinence from it when the case admits it, will show the gentleman in a plain light.

The gentleman does not needlessly and unnecessarily remind an offender of a wrong he may have committed against him. He cannot only forgive, he can forget; and he strives for that nobleness of self and mildness of character which impart sufficient strength to let the past be but the past. A true man of honor feels humbled when he cannot help humbling others.”

~Robert E. Lee