Daly Brower | Beta-Pi President
The spring 2012 semester was a very exciting one for the brothers of the Beta-Pi chapter. We started off the semester being able to build on our momentum from the fall semester with a very successful brotherhood workday to build new stages and improve the house.
In the fall Beta-Pi once again hosted Kyle Koelbel, our Educational Leadership Consultant for a very productive visit. We have been able to implement many of his recommendations and we feel confident about our chances of earning another Grand Sage Award at the upcoming Convocation in San Antonio. In addition, we had the pleasure of hosting a reception at the house for several past members of the Grand Council in addition to Beta-Pi’s own past Grand Sage Gary Tash.
This spring, brothers of Beta-Pi have been engaged in many exciting events both in the University and the wider community. I personally had the pleasure of traveling to Duke University several weeks ago to see the initiation ceremony and chartering of the Iota-Xi chapter and meet other student leaders from local chapters of Sigma Pi as well as several members of the Grand Council. We look to build on these relationships in the future. In addition, we recently hosted our fifth annual Surf n’ Turf cookout benefitting Nursing Students Without Borders which was once again a great success.
Unfortunately I do not have enough room here to describe all of our upcoming end-of-year events. Every day brothers of Beta-Pi work hard to strengthen the bonds of brotherhood and we are looking forward to more progress in the future. Many thanks to all of our alumni for the support you offer us and as always we look forward to seeing and hearing from you in the future.