Fall 2018 alumni newsletter
So far, Fall 2018 has been a great semester! Our chapter has made a lot of positive changes, such as putting more focus on the service pillar of Theta Tau. We are striving to be the best chapter we can be. This newsletter can be used as a quick update on all that has happened this semester!
The officers from this semester are as follows:
Regent- Nicole Frear
Vice Regent- Alex Main
Scribe- Bailey Wheetley
Marshall- Keegan Riley
Treasurer- Jeremy Muniz
Corresponding Secretary- Abigail Eaton
This past Summer, 6 members of the Upsilon chapter were selected by the other members to attend the Theta Tau National Convention. While there, they were able to converse with other chapters and gain some new ideas to implement back home. Overall, they all had an amazing experience in the beautiful city of San Diego and were able to reconnect with former member turned regional director: Samantha Cloud.
Pictured: (top left) Alex Main, Zach Laster, Kaleb Crow, Keegan Riley; (bottom left) Katy Emerson, Sam Cloud, Nicole Frear
Regionals this semester was hosted by our bothers from Oklahoma State University. Many members, as well as a majority of the pledges at the time, attended.
We hosted a great Halloween party this semester as well!
Many members participated in Make A Difference Day. This day is devoted to community service and offers many events to choose from that better our community. Most members helped to clean up the trails of Fayetteville and sort donations for a thrift shop dedicated to local charities. In the picture above, the three volunteers to the furthest right are the members who participated in one of the many trail section clean ups.
Pictured: (left to right) John Blackman, Jacob Baggett, Aaron Ivy
Overall, it has been a great semester, and we're excited to see what our fraternity will accomplish and how much it will grow in future semesters. If you would like to stay up to date on Theta Tau events, please check out our Facebook page for the most recent updates! On our page, we also offer Upsilon chapter apparel and are selling bricks to alumni that will be engraved with their names and incorporated into the front of the chapter house for years to come. If you have any questions about our chapter, please feel free to email us! We hope you have a great rest of your year and would like to thank you for being the reason our chapter is still evolving and offering brotherhood to fellow engineers today.
Theta Tau Upsilon Chapter
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