Sigma Chi - Montana State University

Spring 2016 Newsletter

Beta Rho Chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity at Montana State University

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2 BOBCAT SIG Public Schools through his connection with Jon Johnson '69. Steve advises current undergraduates to make friendships through Sigma Chi that will help them later in life. "I have enjoyed my connections that I have made throughout my lifetime with Sigma Chi," Steve says. "Being a Sigma Chi truly is a lifelong reciprocal commitment. Sigma Chi helped me to become who I am today by inspiring me to never quit." Traditionally, Beta Rho has a history of success, and Steve is grateful for the chance to get involved with the chapter and alumni community, and he hopes to help them continue to succeed to the best of his ability. "Beta Rho has been a source of brotherhood, inspiration, leadership, housing, and learning for Montana State University students for nearly 100 years. In collaboration with the alumni, the Beta Rho active chapter is ready to embrace a developing vision for the future that will sustain the chapter for the next 100 years as well. Steve and his wife, Belinda, have four children: William, Ben, Hazel, and Toby. They live in Bozeman, Montana. Steve's e-mail is Steve Nash, Beta Delta '99 (Continued from page 1) The Nash family at Banff. SIGMA CHI PROUD OF INVOLVEMENT ON CAMPUS AND IN BOZEMAN COMMUNITY Undergraduates Meet Academic Standards and Service Goals C apitalizing on the great start to this academic year that last semester provided, we were able to continue our momentum into the spring. Thanks to our more structured pledge education program and more thorough post-initiation training, our fall class of 20 men came into this semester more prepared for the positions they took. This confidence kept morale at an all-time high and helped us initiate seven more men this spring. The ongoing success we've seen only pushes us to be better and better. Keeping our focus on increasing involvement in the Greek, MSU, and Bozeman communities, we've been able to continue doing more than the average student. Our ever-improving relationships with the sororities gave Derby Days the funds to provide a wish, through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, for a child in the Bozeman area. We have devoted more than 200 community service hours to God's Garden, a local farm that supplies Bozeman's food bank, which has become one of our favorite ways to give back. With this level of involvement, on top of the volunteer positions that we hold in the student body government, Interfraternity Council, and orientation leader programs, I'm proud to say that we've been able to continue being dedicated students by keeping our GPA at 3.0. With the end of the academic year quickly approaching, it's wonderful to see the growth we've had as individuals, as well as a chapter. Knowing that Beta Rho will be in good hands for the next year, I have no doubt that we will continue to exceed expectations up to and beyond our 100th year anniversary in 2017. We thank you for your endless support and hope that we will continue to make you proud to be a Sigma Chi. In Hoc, Colton Coffee '17 Consul (406) 855-6028 Chapter Officers Consul Colton Coffee '17 Billings, Mont. • (406) 855-6028 Recruitment Chairman Nick Ramberg '17 Spokane, Wash. • (509) 998-0092 Pro Consul Chapman Hewett '17 St. Paul, Minn. Magister Kyle Workman '17 Missoula, Mont. Quaester Shane Connors '17 Hawley, Pa. Annotator/Risk Manager Jachike Madubuko '17 Fort Richardson, Alaska House Manager Rio Moore '18 Boulder, Colo. Steward/Scholarship Chairman Tanner Stockwell '18 Gig Harbor, Wash. Kustos/Chapter Editor Chad Hertz '17 Bozeman, Mont. Public Relations Chairman Regan Herrick '17 Bozeman, Mont.

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