Delta Kappa Epsilon, founded at Yale College in 1844, is one of the world’s most prestigious fraternities that is renowned for producing a total of five U.S. presidents — more than any other fraternity in the world.
While attending Yale University from 1964 -1968, former U.S. President George W. Bush served as the president of the school’s Delta Kappa Epsilon chapter. Actor Billy Crudup picked up his membership while studying at New York University while late entertainer Dick Clark was a member of Syracuse University’s chapter. In addition, actor Harry Hamlin served as president of University of California, Berkeley’s chapter of the fraternity in 1972. —XFINITY Entertainment Staff
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