Well, according to some cockamamie organization that values stuff like grade point average, philanthropic contributions, and community good will efforts over the important, overlooked attributes that most of us are more attuned to, Tau Kappa Epsilon at Bowling Green, despite establishing as a chapter a mere two years ago, was named tops in the country.
The fraternity officially started two years ago at the University and beat out 279 other chapters throughout the Unites States in order to earn the position as the top in the nation.
The linked article doesn’t list the important detail of “by whom” this chapter was recognized by, or the criteria used, or why only 280 chapters were considered, or really any of the important details needed to ascertain just how impressive this honor is. For all we know, they named themselves best in the nation. So, I guess congrats.
This article sucks.
[via The BG News]