This year’s 33rd annual crawfish boil was a resounding success with some of the strongest attendance in recent years. Between the live music, ice cold refreshments, and 600 pounds of delicious Louisiana crawfish, 600 Rugby Road was unequivocally the place to be. In the spirit of brotherhood, the whole fraternity came together to publicize, prepare, and execute this wonderful festivity. The lot was filled with throngs of students, faculty, and parents alike, making it a must not miss celebration within the larger University of Virginia community. Active members were excited to catch up with recently graduated KA’s, as well as reconvene with alumni from years past over a piping hot tray of delicious Louisiana crawfish. In addition to camaraderie and brotherhood, philanthropy was a principal goal of this year’s event. A portion of the proceeds go to benefit the One Love Foundation, a charity that hits close to the Charlottesville community with its mission to prevent against relationship violence. Riding off of strong momentum from this year, we fully expect the 34th annual crawfish boil to be an even greater success.