Hey, my name is Daniel Kay, and I am a senior Biochemistry major, and I have the privilege to serve as Kyodai’s President for the 2021-2022 school year. Kyodai has had a huge impact on my time at LCU, providing me with a group of brothers that have had my back through it all. Kyodai has become a home away from home for me, creating an environment where I can be myself and have fun with my friends. During this upcoming year it is my goal to continue growing the relationships between the members of Kyodai and the relationships between Kyodai and the other social clubs on campus. Even though we are a smaller club, we are eager to have new members join our brotherhood, learn our traditions, and form new traditions of their own!
The purpose of Kyodai is to unite and mature men through brotherhood and service to LCU and the surrounding community. Kyodai aims to support each other in all endeavors while helping each other hold up Christian ideals. They also strive to support their sister club LOA, as they aspire to be Christian women.
Some of our traditions as the longest lasting men’s club on campus: