Homecomings Weekend 2021
On October 17, 70 alumni, brothers, and parents enjoyed our traditional tailgate before the Homecomings game versus Duke, the first in-person alumni event since 2019.
Quent Alcorn Scholarship
Thanks to the determined efforts of several alumni, including Rick Nadeau ’74, Bill Sullivan ’67, Mark Chinn ’91, and Miles Kirwin ’13, the Quent Alcorn Scholarship surpassed its goal of raising $200,000—the actual amount raised was $220,000.
Because the Alumni Association postponed the last several Reunions weekends, they will make up for all the missed classes with a multi-year gathering in early June.
With the existing mortgage note through Atlantic Union Bank due for refinancing in 2024, and with interest rates at historic lows, the Board decided to refinance the outstanding $350,000 loan taken out in 2013.
Moomaw Re-elected to the Board
At the board meeting in October, Will Moomaw ’14 was re-elected to another 3-year term on the board.
Thanks to Jim Johnson
In addition to serving on the Board during our Capital Campaign, Jim Johnston ’66 has, for many years, represented Theta Chi on the Fraternity Advisory Council. Jim is retiring from this position, and a replacement is in the works. Thanks, Jim!
The Board is committed to maintaining the house in a condition that serves the active brothers and honors the time and effort expended by many Alumni through the Capital Campaign and the Annual Fund. If you would like to help in our ongoing maintenance efforts, the easiest way is to make a donation through our Annual Giving program.
President, Clay Hardy ’23, recaps fall semester, chapter updates, and ways in which the brotherhood continues to strengthen their bond.