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Spring 2016 Newsletter

Beta Rho Chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity at Montana State University

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BOBCAT SIG Spring 2016 the Beta Rho Chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity Montana State University FEATURES: Sigma Chi Proud of Involvement 2 • Welcome, New Members 3 • Alumni Update 3 Beta Rho and Alpha Omicron Pi enjoyed the nice spring weather on the top of Drinking Horse Mountain. JOIN YOUR BROTHERS AT HOMECOMING 2016 W e hope that Beta Rho's alumni relations program continues to renew and strengthen your Sigma Chi connections. Our annual Homecoming weekend provides brothers from all eras with the opportunity to reconnect, reminisce, and show their Bobcat pride! We look forward to visiting with you at Homecoming this fall. If you are interested in helping to coordinate events, contact Homecoming chairman Chase Wheeler '18 at or (719) 440-1575. All the help we can get is essential to making each and every Homecoming event a success. If you have any questions, suggestions, or alumni news, please submit them to Beta Rho Chapter of Sigma Chi, P.O. Box 442100, Lawrence, KS 66044-2100, or e-mail us at Also, please mark your calendars for the 100th anniversary of the Beta Rho Chapter in 2017. See details on page 4. HOMECOMING 2016 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Friday, September 23 2:30-3:30 p.m. House Building Corporation Meeting and Officer Elections 4:00-7:30 p.m. Open House with Cocktails and Appetizers Saturday, September 24 10:30 a.m.-Noon Parade Noon-1:35 p.m. Alumni Tailgate (northwest side of Bobcat Stadium) 1:35-4:30 p.m. Football Game — Go Cats Go! Steve Nash, Beta Delta '99, to Serve as New Chapter Advisor W hile Steve Nash, Beta Delta '99, was an undergraduate member of Sigma Chi, he got the chance to learn that being a member of the fraternity is a lifelong commitment. Now as an alumnus, he has expanded his involvement to include the Beta Rho Chapter as well, and he is currently serving as the interim chapter advisor. Steve started working with Beta Rho in 2012 as a journey facilitator, meaning that he led the undergraduates through various leadership topics, including organizational vision, mission statement creation, and strategic planning. Recently, Chapter Advisor Ryan Donahue moved to Portland, so Steve started his role as interim chapter advisor and his position will be official in the fall. As chapter advisor, he gives advice to the undergraduate chapter on various issues and is available as a resource for both undergraduates and alumni. "I have been involved with Beta Rho in these various capacities because of the amazing people," Steve says. "The undergraduates and alumni truly care about each other and have great ambitions for themselves and for the chapter's long-term success in being in a place where lifelong friendships are built and value-based leadership is learned." Steve is a teacher for Bozeman Public Schools and an adjunct professor at Montana State University. Sigma Chi directly impacted his career path, as he got his first job with Bozeman (Continued on page 2) Homecoming 2016 September 23-24

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