Beta Theta Pi - Purdue University

Winter 2015 Newsletter

Beta Mu Chapter of Beta Theta Pi at Purdue University

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2 BETA MU LINK Brothers reconnect at homecoming O n September 27, alumni and family members celebrated Purdue's Homecoming and the beginning of the recolonization. Approximately 70 people attended at the Birck Golf complex. The day started with a board meeting that was open to all alumni. After that there was a brunch followed by an update from board President Cary Wood '89 on the recolonization. During this discussion, 13 of the refounding fathers (i.e., pledges of the initial recolonization class) were introduced. Jack Jajewski, Chapman '14, the chapter development coordinator responsible for recruitment and chapter operations, was also introduced. Some initial renderings of the proposed house renovations were also presented. After the football game there was a dinner buffet. Board member Tom Hoover '82 provided another update on the recolonization for those not in attendance in the morning session and the pledge class was reintroduced. Several alumni were given the opportunity to speak on how Beta Theta Pi has had a positive impact on their lives. The festivities concluded by singing of several Beta songs followed by the Loving Cup ceremony. Next year, we expect to have a huge celebration as the Homecoming ceremony will be back at the house at 150 Littleton Street! BETA MU ANNOUNCES $5 MILLION CAMPAIGN our campaign goal of $5 million. This is the time to remember your Beta Mu experience. Remember the impact Beta Theta Pi had on you, and think about how your life has been affected by your membership and your brothers. It is only through the lifelong bonds of Beta Theta Pi brotherhood that future generations may share the same experience. We need you now more than ever! In the coming weeks, you will receive additional information detailing the project, the campaign, and ways in which you can help. We will be honored to have you join our growing list of loyal supporters who are leaving their legacy and providing for future generations, as previous brothers did for all of us. Thank you for your loyalty, consideration, and support of Beta Theta Pi at Purdue University. Yours in _Kai_, Cary Wood '89 Campaign Chairman (248) 613-2888 (Continued from page 1) Architects and and designers have been at work to make Beta Theta Pi the premier living facility on Purdue's campus. This is a potential design concept for our Dining Hall.

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