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10,000 Kappas are in Philadelphia. Here’s why you’re seeing all these crimson and cream bow ties.


So over the years, through both World Wars, the Great Depression, the civil rights movement, the Vietnam War, the war on drugs, racial profiling, mass incarceration, hip hop and all the fashion changes that came with these eras, Kappa men stayed true to the bow tie. “With bow ties, there was always a sense of formality in our look,” Whitmire said.



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