Kappa Sigma - Missouri University of Science & Technology

Spring 2019 Newsletter

Beta Chi Chapter of Kappa Sigma at Missouri University of Science & Technology

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2 Beta-Chi Columns over $5,000 as a chapter, the most on campus for the second year in a row. Beta-Chi is working on making the best cudgel that the house has seen, which will be donated to Kappa Sigma National at the end of next year's St. Pat's competition. Beta-Chi's focus now moves back to scholarship and recruitment. Recruitment Chairman Phil Daugherty '17 has already signed eight pledges, with 15 bid cards out to potential new members. This is after only having two recruitment days. Looking ahead, we will send eight delegates to the 150th annual Grand Conclave in Charlottesville, Virginia, this summer. This is the first time Conclave has ever been hosted at our headquarters, and Beta-Chi looks forward to receiving our national awards. Beta-Chi has already begun preparing for the upcoming Greek Week and looks forward to dominating the competition. A.E.K.Δ.B., Cameron Jarvis '15 Grand Master cmjmb2@mst.edu | (314) 814-3145 (Left) Brother Jackson Pence '15 plays the Baby Grand piano that was so generously donated by Brother Wayne Ruck '58. Beta-Chi would like to especially thank Wayne for his donation, as well as all alumni who reached out in our quest to acquire a piano for the house. This donation has inspired many brothers throughout the house to learn how to play the piano. Thank you, again, Brother Ruck! (Right) Jacob Davis '17, Jack Hasuman '17, Sam Louvall '18, Joey Schultz '18, and Timur Guler '17 at the baking social with Zeta Tau Alpha. Beta-Chi Achieves Best New Member GPA in Years (Continued from page 1) Beta-Chi Aims to Rush 35-Man Class This Fall M issouri S&T has changed some rules regarding recruitment and dorm life, making early recruitment more important than ever before. Beta-Chi has stepped up and adapted to overcome this challenge. We currently have 11 potential new members signed, and it is very likely that we will have 15 within the upcoming weeks. If any alumni know of high school seniors looking to attend S&T, I encourage you to spread our name and send me their contact information. Also, if there are any alumni that can assist with events (memberships to places like Top Golf, or if you have any connections to assist in making higher-tier recruitment events), the help is always appreciated. A.E.K.Δ.B., Phil Daugherty '17 Recruitment Chairman psdzq7@mst.edu (314) 680-8261 Chapter OffiCers Grand Master Cameron Jarvis '15 Arnold, Mo. Grand Procurator Charlie Dienstbach '16 Chesterfield, Mo. Grand Master of Ceremonies Connor LeCroix '17 Rolla, Mo. Outer Guard Phil Daugherty '17 St. Louis, Mo. Inner Guard Nick Swanson '15 Lee's Summit, Mo. Grand Treasurer Jacob Davis '17 De Soto, Mo. Grand Scribe Brandon Whyte '15 O'Fallon, Ill. (Above) Front, Cameron Jarvis; middle, Charlie Dienstbach and Connor LeCroix; back, Phil Daugherty, Nick Swanson, Jacob Davis, and Brandon Whyte

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