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Psi Epsilon Kappa
Founding Date: May 4, 1929  Founding Date: June, 2, 1973
President – Julia Aya Karstens
Vice President – Joy Kyle McCreary
Sergeant-at-Arms – John Karl Malchar
Director of Service – Nicholas Henry DiNiro
Treasurer – Christine Chiemi Hirata
Brotherhood Relations Officer – Tracy Jean Lahey
Director of Brotherhood/Sisterhood Relations – Amanda Rae Albini
Director of Band Activities – Lily Swaddling Krol
Secretary – Jordan Tinker
Alumni Secretary – Annie Cheng
Historian – Sean Michael Ezenwugo
Music Chair – Jacob Amos Hambalek
Webmaster – Nishi Intwala

Updated: January 29, 2017

President – Samantha Hamed
Vice President – Anna Hubel
Guardian of Sisterhood – Liana June Kindler
Director of Service – Emily Ting Tsai
Secretary – Kathleen Oliphant
Treasurer – Kaitlyn Ann Watkins
Alumni Secretary and Historian – Samantha Chavez
Director of Brotherhood/Sisterhood Relations –  Laila Margaret Sathe
Director of Band Activities – Thomas Smith

Updated May 24, 2016

Contact Information
c/o UCLA Bands
Campus Box 951616
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1616
Band Office
UCLA Box 951616
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1616
With our dedication to service, Psi supports the UCLA Bruin Marching Band, other campus music groups, and the band programs at local high schools. We provide water during band camp, assemble our director’s tower, and send brothers to assist at high school band camps. We also host social events for our band, like our annual trip to Diddy Riese, reputed Westwood ice creamery. We also collaborate often with our sister chapter, Epsilon Kappa of Tau Beta Sigma, and “PsiEK” has become a recognized organization within the band. Being so close to Hollywood, we have the unique opportunity to fundraise by attending tapings of TV shows. Yet accomplishing so much requires the devotion of a talented group of brothers. Our strong foundation of brotherhood helps us accomplish all we do and is what makes our chapter the Mighty Psi. In 1973, the year after women were allowed to join the UCLA Bruin Marching Band, six future sisters helped to bring Tau Beta Sigma to the Hills of Westwood. Since then, Epsilon Kappa has encouraged its members to develop their musical potential, passion for service, and leadership skills. Not only has EK been recognized for leadership and service by the Western District, but in 2007 EK was honored with the Grace and A. Frank Martin Chapter Leadership Award at National Convention. Currently, EK is steadily growing and excitedly preparing for larger projects that are feasible with our increased membership. We are currently looking forward to executing our Girl Scout Project, working at the Downtown Women’s Shelter, hosting instrument petting zoos, and performing for elementary students. Beyond service, Epsilon Kappa strives to maintain and improve the bonds of sisterhood by getting back to the TB∑ roots. We are looking forward to the coming year with hopes to progress on an individual, chapter, district, and national scale.

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