Phi Kappa Theta - Iowa State University

Spring 2016 Newsletter

Iowa Xi Chapter of Phi Kappa Theta at Iowa State University

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PAGE 3 FKQ Iowa Xi Sets Semester Goals UndergradUates Boast sUccessfUl recrUitment, campUs involvement President Brandon Devine '18 Internal Vice President Christopher Holmquist '16 External Vice President Andrew Mercer '18 Treasurer Juan Skorey '18 Recruitment Chairmen Patrick Poe '17 Chase Reising '18 Social Chairman Justin Joines '19 House Manager Nicholas Redmond '19 Steward David Jordan '19 Alumni Director Matthew Quinn '18 Community Service Chairman Tyler Mueller '18 Scholarship Chairman Davis Arbogast '18 Philanthropy Chairman Jordan Viers '18 Public Relations Chairman Robbie Bonus '17 Associate Member Director Lieb Chol '17 Executive Assistant Robbie Boyd '18 I n the last few semesters, Phi Kappa Theta has excelled on many fronts. Iowa Xi significantly increased signed members, and recruitment has been outstanding. This spring semester we had one of our largest recruitment classes within the last five years and we plan to keep those numbers consistent in the coming semesters. Participation in the Greek community is on the rise, especially with our Greek Week pairing of Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Gamma Delta, and Alpha Sigma Kappa. We are constantly working to become a bigger part of the Greek community. Brotherhood is strong in the chapter house, as we participated in a spring Quo Vadis in March. We hosted our fundraising event in April for the Children's Miracle Network where we sold ice cream sundaes and raffle tickets. Welcome, Spring New Members Danny Fritsche '19 • Eden Prairie, Minn. Adam Nelson-Ockenfels '19 • Solon, Iowa Chase Rizo '19 • Shakopee, Minn. James Sweeney '19 • St. Paul, Minn. John Wilkin '19 • Eagan, Minn. Members participate in the annual Reformation Bowl against Beta Sigma Psi. Phi Kappa Theta has won this football game for three consecutive years. Left: Brothers enjoy spring break in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Executive Officers This semester, we worked on ways that we can improve the chapter and resolve any issues that arise. Brothers are working to achieve a 3.0 or above GPA. I am excited for the future of this chapter and all that our members accomplish. I encourage all alumni to stop by the chapter house for a visit if they find themselves in the area. Members would love to meet and share their Phi Kappa Theta experience with you. Fraternally, Brandon Devine '18 Chapter President

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