Kyodai in Master Follies

Kyodai

Kyodai men at Intramurals

Message from the President

Hello, my name is Brycen Thompson and I am the current President of Kyodai for the 2017-2018 school year. Kyodai has had a tremendous impact on my life since I rushed in my freshman year of 2015 I have had many great memories with some of my lifelong brothers in club along with getting to know all of the other great men and women on campus. Kyodai has been such a great influence in my life concerning my journey as a man, Christian, and leader on campus. I sincerely wish you all the best this school year, and go angry blue!

Service Opportunities

We as a club strive to help out in the Lubbock community through service projects. In years past we have helped with organizations such as the Texas Boys Ranch, Diabetes walk, Katwalk for Kenya, Relay for life, and many other events. Along with participating in the annual event Collide where students from LCU combine for a massive service project in the Lubbock Community. Each year we make it a goal as a club to be a part of at least 3 services projects a semester. We continually strive to serve the Lubbock Community with a giving heart.

Fun facts about Kyoda

Some of our traditions as the longest lasting men’s club on campus:

  • Drinking IBC root beer whenever the occasion calls for partaking in the sweetest nectar
  • The official mascot is the Panther
  • The club colors are to represent Blue for loyalty and White for Purity
  • Having the most amount of serenading songs for our sister club
  • One of the most winningest clubs in LCU history (Intramural’s and Master Follies)
  • Kyodai translated is Brother from the Japanese language

Bible Verse: Philippians 4:10-13
Club Colors:  Royal Blue and White
Sister Club: Lambda Omega Alpha

Purpose: The purpose of Kyodai is to unite and mature Christian men through social interactions with the Lubbock community through upholding the seven tenants of Bushido, the way of the samurai, Along with assisting our sister club Lambda Omega Alpha with their endeavors as Christian women.