Greek of the Year 2014

Congrats to brother Mike McDonald for being selected as our chapter’s Greek of the Year!

Mike has served the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity in countless ways.  He was immediately elected President of his associate class, Beta Gamma.  From his associate period, he went on to become our Risk Management chair, where he not only rewrote the chapter’s risk policies, he renewed and promoted risk-awareness among the chapter. The following year, he became our Chapter Education chairman. things to do . Yet again, Mike took it upon himself to redefine the chairmanship by arranging weekly chapter education events and setting up a framework for future brothers on hosting events or guest speakers.

Along with his leadership roles within Pi Kappa Alpha, Mike is also a prominent member of the community of Rose-Hulman.  He has been treasurer and president (twice) of the Triathlon club, an SGA senator for three years, the president of Alpha Lambda Delta, a member of Tau Beta Pi and Eta Kappa Nu, made Dean’s list every trimester of his academic career. Michael has been an outstanding representative of our brotherhood and we look forward to the successes of his future.

ISU Delta Gamma’s Anchorsplash

The Gamma Omicron chapter of Delta Gamma hosted their annual philanthropy event, Anchorsplash, this weekend. It has been a tradition since the founding of our chapter to participate (and win) in the event and this year continued our streak of excellence! We always look forward to participating in the event and supporting the women of Delta Gamma. Below is a video of our signature event, synchronized swimming.

Pike Aspen 2014

Over winter quarter break last week, the annual tradition of the Pike Aspen ski trip continued for its 9th year. Four active members and twelve alumni spanning initiation years from 2001 to 2012 spent the week skiing in Aspen, Colorado. Of the 9 years the trip has been happening, this year’s was the largest.

Shop for a Cop

This is Joe Kaltenthaler, Tayveon, and Tommy from this morning during Terre Haute’s Shop with a Cop.

This morning 10 of our brothers went with 70 other members of Rose-Hulman’s Greek community to the Terre Haute’s FOP‘s event, Shop with a Cop. Terre Haute’s Fraternal Order of Police raised money for over 100 families to have $100 per child to shop for gifts and clothes for their Christmas.