Gamma chapter at Ohio State raised more than $8,000 for SeriousFun Children’s Network during its annual pumpkin sale. Members also regularly volunteered with the Boys and Girls Club of Columbus.
Delta chapter at Centre raised $3,200 for SeriousFun Children’s Network and reported the largest fall recruitment class on campus.
Epsilon chapter at Mount Union spent several weekends this spring volunteering at Flying Horse Farms, a camp within the SeriousFun Children’s Network.
Theta chapter at Transylvania regularly volunteers at the local food bank. The chapter also achieved a grade point average of 3.1.
Iota chapter at Coe had five members recognized for their academic excellence with a GPA above 3.93. Gibson Odderstol, Coe ’14, received the Clark Merit Scholarship, awarded a student who most exemplifies integrity, leadership, good character and social responsibility on campus. Jon Sprague, Coe ’14, received the Governor’s Volunteer Award for his service at a local hospital.
Upsilon chapter at Nebraska Wesleyan regularly volunteers with the Tabitha Meals on Wheels. The men of Upsilon also visited Dawes Middle School,
where they handed out food to students in need.
Phi chapter at Bethany hosted its annual campus-wide Red Bison Week, focused on educating the campus community on sexual assault prevention and bystander intervention. The men of Phi also participated in several campus cleanups.
Psi chapter at Colorado teamed up with Chi Omega for its annual Chi O Karaoke event and raised $2,500 for the Make-A- Wish Foundation.
Alpha Alpha chapter at Michigan State chartered with 32 members in January.
Alpha Sigma chapter at Colorado State hosted a spooky weekend in October. A scary movie was shown at a local drive-in for the community,
with all proceeds from the weekend benefitting SeriousFun Children’s Network. The men also hosted a car wash for the Fort Collins community.
Alpha Tau chapter at Cornell worked to strengthen campus involvement among members. In October, the chapter hosted a 5K campus race.
Alpha Upsilon chapter at Colgate hosted a campus-wide service event to educate individuals about Crohn’s Disease.
Alpha Phi chapter at Akron hosted several alumni functions throughout the fall athletic season.
Alpha Chi chapter at Mississippi State hosted a haunted trail in October, benefiting SeriousFun Children’s Network and raising more than $6,000. The chapter continues to excel academically, reporting a grade point average of 2.92 and four men at 4.0.
Alpha Omega chapter at Baldwin Wallace has invited brothers from its 75 years to return to campus in May to celebrate its Diamond Anniversary with a weekend of festivities. The chapter has raised more than $4,000 for SeriousFun Children’s Network and logged more than 1,000 service hours.
Beta Alpha chapter at Texas has achieved a grade point average of 3.3.
Beta Beta chapter at Louisville launched “Provide.Konnect.Transform.” The new service initiative focuses on leaving a mark of distinction on the members of the Louisville community.
Beta Gamma chapter at Idaho reports the highest Greek grade point average on campus, with a 2.95. The chapter participates in several service activities, including Toys for Tots and splitting wood for local churches.
Beta Lambda chapter at Indiana has achieved a grade point average of 3.2. In the fall, the chapter hosted a pumpkin-smashing philanthropy event.
Beta Psi chapter at Cal State-Long Beach plans to surpass their previous fundraising goal of $2,500 this spring with the introduction of Red and Gold week on campus benefiting SeriousFun Children’s Network.
Beta Omega chapter at Cal State Chico hosted a concert benefiting SeriousFun Children’s Network, raising more than $2,000.
Gamma Alpha chapter at Michigan Tech volunteered in the 2016 Keweenaw Color Run. The chapter’s service efforts totaled 240 hours in the fall semester. Gamma Alpha received first place in the 2016 Winter Carnival Statue competition. This is the chapters ninth win during the past decade.
Gamma Beta chapter at Cincinnati participated in the campus Relay for Life. In the fall, associate members and chapter officers visited Oxford for a Pride Tour.
Gamma Eta chapter at East Carolina welcomed graduate brothers to campus for its annual alumni weekend, which included a volleyball tournament to benefit SeriousFun Children’s Network.
Delta Tau chapter at Cal Poly-Pomona won first place in the campus lip-sync competition. Brothers performed a song compilation themed around recess.
Epsilon Beta chapter at West Virginia Tech won first place for its Homecoming float and played Capture the Flag against a campus sorority.
Epsilon Delta chapter at Virginia Wesleyan hosted several alumni events centered around campus football.
Epsilon Epsilon chapter at William Paterson hosted a community-wide golf outing.
Epsilon Kappa chapter at Rutgers has set the ambitious goal to raise $16,000 during the annual Rutgers Dance Marathon, which benefits cancer research.
Epsilon Rho chapter at Indiana U of Pennsylvania is gearing up for its 20th anniversary celebration. The chapter also hosted a Building Men of Character Retreat.
Zeta Alpha chapter at Belmont raised more than $6,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and $3,500 for SeriousFun Children’s Network during its Rockin’ With Phi Tau event. The chapter is hosting an alumni event to celebrate its 10th year on campus.
Zeta Iota chapter at Indiana-Kokomo worked to help clean up their town after a 152-mph tornado ripped through Kokomo in August 2016.
Zeta Zeta chapter at Illinois-Springfield volunteered at Habitat for the Humanity during a campus MLK Jr. Day of Service.
Zeta Lambda chapter at Middle Tennessee State provided support for the people of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, affected by the wildfires in December 2016. The men gathered clothing and other necessities to donate to those in need. Several men also worked assisting Sevier County Rescue Squadron first responders.