Beta Theta Pi - MIT

Spring 2019 Newsletter

Beta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

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BACK BAY BETA Beta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Theta Pi at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology P.O. Box 442100 Lawrence, KS 66044-2100 Address Service Requested Attention: This newsletter is intended for Beta Upsilon Chapter of Beta Theta Pi alumni and parents. If your son is still attending MIT, he will receive a copy at the Chapter House. If he has graduated, please send us his permanent address to update our records. Thank you. Charles Beaudette '52 spends considerable time following and trying to understand the "cold fusion" research of Professor P. Hagelstein, MIT. "He finds a new nuclear reaction in metallic crystals via phonons to explain the generation of excess heat and simultaneous He-4 atoms in CF experiments. See YouTube for two of his recent lectures." Email: Bruce Davies '75 is happy to say that aer 43 years of working, he has moved his office back into his home. He is selling his office condominium in February and they have already moved the office. "Working from home makes the commute easy; this year my business has picked up!" Email: Website: Facebook: betamit Online Giving: SAVE THE DATE MIT Reunion Weekend Alumni Reception June 7 2:30-4 p.m. 119 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass. A casual reception will take place at the Chapter House for any alumni and their families and guests who are attending MIT's Reunion Weekend. Chapter Officers President Luke Hartnett '20 Revere, Mass. (781) 775-5362 Vice President, Internal Julian Gomez '20 Chicago, Ill. Vice President, External Swochchhanda Shrestha '21 Greenacres, Fla. Vice President, Communications Brad Chavero-Correa '22 Red Bank, N.J. Treasurer Colin Chaney '21 Ocoee, Fla. Brotherhood Chairman Kai Masterson '21 Westerly, R.I. Recruitment Chairmen Tyler Schoulte '21 Cedar Rapids, Iowa (319) 981-2573 Kyle Markland '22 Miller Place, N.Y. Member Educator Michael Castillo '19 Ocala, Fla. Programming Chairman Jay Sandlin '22 Brownsville, Texas House Manager Nico Salinas '22 Pasadena, Calif. Follow Us Online Another way to support the Chapter is to volunteer your time to the House Corporation. We need volunteers who can help with facilities, finance, and alumni relations. Most of these roles can be filled from outside the Boston area, so alumni anywhere can participate. All we need is a few hours per month, but it makes a big difference to those of us already volunteering our time. Please email me at mike_feinstein@ if you would like to help, even in a small way. If your travels bring you to Boston, please let me know so we can meet at the House and, perhaps, enjoy some warmer weather there together. Yours in __kai__, Mike Feinstein '82 Beta Upsilon Association President Reinstatement for Beta Upsilon on the Horizon (Continued from page 1) ALUMNI NEWS

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