Zeta Beta Tau - Cornell University

Spring 2018 Newsletter

Kappa Chapter of Zeta Beta Tau at Cornell University

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THE EDGECLIFF NEWS PAGE 3 I am very excited writing to all of you as the spring 2018 semester is well underway. We are especially proud of our newest member class; 20 outstanding young men recently joined Kappa Chapter. Despite the recent allegations in the news, the brotherhood is working to become stronger than ever, and we welcome the opportunity to grow together. Highest-Ranked GPA Academically, the brotherhood is thriving as one of the highest-ranked fraternities on campus. As in the past, we remain at the top of the list for fraternity and sorority performance in the classroom with a 3.6 fall 2017 GPA. Philanthropy Events Underway We will be doing a follow-up to our Green Light Go initiative this semester after such a strong turnout from our fall event. Additionally, we will again partner with Kappa Kappa Gamma to "Swab Cheeks and Save Lives!" 20 New Brothers Welcomed Our newest member class is incredibly strong; 20 intelligent, driven, and committed young men have joined our brotherhood and we could not be happier. We look forward to seeing what they can accomplish on campus and as a part of Zeta Beta Tau. President Adam Fuhrman '20 Sudbury, Mass. (978) 460-2794 abf57@cornell.edu Director of Recruitment David Strauss '20 Los Angeles, Calif. (310) 850-4895 das542@cornell.edu Director of Operations Christian Morano '20 Madison, N.J. Communications Director and Alumni Relations Chairman Max Melamed '20 New York, N.Y. Director of Programming Larry Zmoira '20 Sharon, Mass. Director of Finance Chase Jaeger '19 Larchmont, N.Y. Brotherhood Development Director Daniel Meiteles '20 Stamford, Conn. Director of Risk Management Justin Welfeld '20 Baltimore, Md. The brotherhood bonds on a trip to Ithaca Paintball. Sam Gray '19, Alex Jalazo '19, and Michael Roberts '19 spend a semester abroad in Interlaken, Switzerland. Brothers Jon Link '19 and Michael Roberts '19 enjoy a day of skiing. C H A P T E R O F F I C E R S Chapter Refocuses on Character Amid Allegations, Kappa Remains Strong Jeremy Antenberg • Roslyn, N.Y. Hotel Administration John Bush • Wantagh, N.Y. Operations Research and Information Engineering Andrew Gilmore • Cleveland, Ohio Government Ben Goldberg • White Plains, N.Y. Electrical and Computer Engineering Andrew Greenstein • Rochester, N.Y. Biology Josh Greer • Bernardsville, N.J. Applied Economics and Management Jonathan Harris • Bethesda, Md. Industrial Labor Relations Logan Horowitz • Westport, Conn. Information Science Zach Keller • Florham Park, N.J. Biometry and Statistics Seth Kunoff • Dix Hills, N.Y. Landscape Architecture Alex Moffson • New York, N.Y. Hotel Administration Jared Nemet • Millburn, N.J. Hotel Administration Alex Radick • Miami Beach, Fla. Policy Analysis and Management Tim Rice • Canandaigua, N.Y. Environmental and Sustainability Sciences Jake Roll • Newton, Mass. Human Biology Health and Society Liam Sherer • Melville, N.Y. Development Sociology Isaac Singer • Delmar, Mass. Operations Research and Information Engineering Sam Soff • New York, N.Y. Biological Sciences Join Us for Alumni Weekend Alumni Weekend will take place May 4-6. We cannot wait to reconnect with our graduated brothers, and we encourage everyone to come and visit the chapter house. Once our charter ceremony is scheduled, we will announce that date on our website. Feel free to reach out to Communications Director and Alumni Relations Chairman Max Melamed '20 at mbm259@ cornell.edu with any news, questions, or comments. Thank You for Your Support As always, thank you to all of our alumni for your continued support; we would love for you to visit the chapter house and meet some of the brothers. We hope to prove to each and every alumnus how hard we are working to improve ourselves and strengthen our brotherhood. I wish you all the best, and hope you and your families enjoy a healthy spring season. Fraternally, Adam Fuhrman '20 Chapter President (978) 460-2794 abf57@cornell.edu Welcome, New Brothers

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