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If you’ve ever thought something was out of you grasp, or maybe it had passed you by earlier in life and now it’s too late…think again. In Rossellville, Arkansas, 70-year-old Gary Fryer put all that nonsense to rest.

Fryer is a student at Arkansas Tech University, and like most students, he wanted the full college experience. So, what do you do when you’re in college? You join a fraternity. That’s exactly what Fryer did, as he is now a brother in the fraternity of Kappa Sig.

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When Fryer was younger, his older brother, Jack, was a Kappa Sig, but a few years ago his brother passed away. Now he’s following in the footsteps of his dearly departed brother.

In a story with KTHV news, Fryer had this to say:

“I ran into the Kappa Sig guys and I told them about my connection with my two brothers and other family members. Luke our president says, ‘Why don’t you go through rush and let us bid you,’ and I said, ‘Wow, that’s the craziest thing I ever heard!”

Now Fryer can say he’s had the full college experience. He hasn’t done it halfway either. He went through rush, attends all of the meetings, goes to the mixers, and to top it off, he even has a big brother that’s 49 years younger than he is.