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Welcome Bob Dudolski Assistant Dean of Students Hello and Welcome to Texas State University!

We are excited for you to join our fraternity and sorority community! Greek Life is a vibrant and important part of our campus. The administrators, faculty and staff members of Texas State University look to the members of our fraternity and sorority community as leaders among leaders. This distinction as leaders also comes with responsibility and accountability in all that we do. I challenge you to seek out leadership positions across our campus and in particular, I encourage you to consider membership in one of our outstanding fraternities and then pursue one of the hundreds of leadership positions offered within our own Greek community.

This is a great time to become a member of the fraternity and sorority community here at Texas State University! We are in the midst of many positive changes to our community including new resources and staffing to support our fraternities and sororities as well as providing new opportunities for our student leaders to excel both within and outside of the classroom. As fraternity and sorority members we are charged with the responsibility of adapting to an ever-changing environment. We are challenged to design and redesign programs to meet the needs of the changing face of our local and global communities. We hope you will consider becoming a part of our outstanding fraternity and sorority community to be a part of the new leadership opportunities we are able to provide. We are seeking bright leaders to help develop and implement change and all that it entails for our community, because at one time “tradition” was a new idea. To quote former Senator Bob Dole: “The best way to cope with change is to help create it.” We hope you will join us!

Bob Dudolski Assistant Dean of Students

Welcome From Interfraternity Council President

Andrew Mouser IFC President 2013 Interfraternity Council

On behalf of the Interfraternity Council (IFC), I would like to congratulate you on your decision to attend Texas State University and welcome you to the Bobcat family. One of the most important decisions you have made at this stage in your life is to begin your collegiate academic journey, great choice. You could not have chosen a more beautiful campus to spend the next four years than right in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. The next four years will be instrumental in shaping and molding your intellectual capacity, principles, and personal skills for your adult life. Attaining skills such as managing budgets, running effective meetings, public speaking and motivation others are a few of the opportunities young men who join an IFC fraternity can expect to gain. There is no better way to build and strengthen those characteristics than going Greek. When choosing to join an IFC fraternity you are choosing to join a group that spans the nation and unites men in a common bond, it’s a bond that doesn’t just last for your college career, but for life. Networking is highly important in today’s business world. By using resources present in the Texas State Greek system, you can expand your network and create relationships with alums, family members, university faculty and staff as well as friends of your “brothers”. These relationships can potentially lead you to a successful careers and lifelong friendships. Members of the IFC will make it our priority to do everything possible to help find a fraternity that fits you and that you can contribute positively to. I look forward to meeting you, and again welcome to Texas State!

IFC Recruitment Registration & Fees: The first step in the recruitment process is registration: 1. Complete the online registration form found at

Fall 2013 Interfraternity Council Recruitment Schedule

2. You may also pay the registration fee online or by sending in a check. The cost of registration is $50 and is due before August 23, 2013. The registration fee is non-refundable and is used by IFC to cover the costs of the recruitment process. In order to be eligible to receive a formal bid students must attend the first day, Round I of IFC Formal Recruitment on Sunday, August 25th from 12 p.m. – 4:30p.m. in the LBJ Student Center. Failure to attend Round I of IFC Formal Recruitment, will result in a n additional bid acceptance fee of $50, paid by the participant, to the IFC. Failure to register for recruitment will result in a $110 fee to accept a bid, as well as a fine assessed to the chapter you join in the amount of $50. Once registration is complete registrants information will be distributed to each chapter for their review. At no time during formal recruitment period is a chapter able to give out a bid nor are you able to accept one. Failure to follow this guidelines will result in forfeiting your ability to become a new member for following academic year.

Questions to Consider:

Round 1 Formal Information Scession August 25, 2013 LBJ Student Center Ballroom 11:00pm - 4:30pm

Sewell Park Cook - Off August 26, 2013 Sewell Park 6:00pm - 10:00pm

Casino Night

August 27, 2013 LBJ Student Center Ballroom 6:00pm - 10:00pm

San Marcos River Float August 28, 2013 Sewell Park 6:00pm - 10:00pm

Cool River Ranch

August 29, 2013 Cool River Ranch Camp Ground 6:00pm - 10:00pm

1. What are the academic requirements for joining the fraternity, getting initiated and becoming an active member?

Round 2

2. What are the dues for the fraternity my first semester and semesters to follow?

Informal Recruitment House Night

3. What are the time commitments per week for fraternity activities and when will initiation occur? 4. What does the chapter do to promote and assist with academic excellence? 5. What does the chapter do to provide service to the community? 6. Is it possible to maintain a job while joining a fraternity? 7. If the chapter has a house, is it mandatory to live-in the house.

Tips for a Successful Recruitment Experience: 1. Understand that time management is essential to your academic success and must be your first priority. 2. Register for recruitment as early as possible to maximize the financial benefit as well as earlier contact with the fraternities. 3. Meet with every fraternity several times to determine which is right for you. 4. Ask questions! Gather all the information you are seeking so you can make an informed decision. 5. Be yourself. Fraternities want to find men who will contribute to the mission and purpose of their chapters. 6. Involve your parents or guardians in your recruitment process. Talk about what you are seeing and hearing and allow them to assist you in thinking through the process.

September 3, 2013 Various Locations 5:00pm - 10:00pm

Informal Recruitment House Night September 4, 2013 Various Locations 5:00pm - 10:00pm

Informal Recruitment House Night September 5, 2013 Various Locations 5:00pm - 10:00pm

Bid Day Pick-Up

September 7, 2013 LBJ Student Center 9-4.1 Dean of Students Conference Room 8:00am - 11:00am

Steps & Football Tailgate September 7, 2013 Sewell Park 11:30am - 5:00pm

Fraternity Recruitment

Message from IFC Vice-President of Recruitment, Sean Cotter Congratulations on your acceptance to Texas State University-San Marcos! I hope you are as excited as we are about the upcoming Fall 2013 semester. Fraternity life at Texas State is stronger than ever and we are encouraging you to be a part of it. Members of fraternal organizations are woven into almost every aspect of college life here at Texas State, including the Associated Student Government, Athletics, and the Dean’s List. Fraternity leaders strive to be the best in every field of study and activity. Academics are the most important aspect of each fraternity on campus. After all, the primary purpose for attending a university is to further one’s education. That is why the active chapter GPA along with the average new member GPA has been set by Interfraternity Council (IFC) and its member chapters at a minimum of 2.25. This requirement is in an effort to reinforce the importance of academics in the fraternity community. Community service and philanthropy are also major components of fraternity life in San Marcos. Every Greek organization has at least one, and in most cases many, philanthropic organizations chapters have committed to working with assist in creating a better communities both locally and nationally. By joining a fraternity, you have opportunities to be involved in life changing events, as well as making lifelong friendships. Personally, joining a fraternity was the best nonacademic decisions I have made since coming to Texas State. Membership has given me a better understanding of responsibility, an improved grasp of time management and I have learned how to respect and work well with others. Finally, I feel that I grew up more in my first semester as a member of a fraternity than I did in four years I attended high school. If you are looking for a great college experience, as well as a way to improve your grades, and make lifelong friendships, I encourage you to go through formal recruitment with the IFC. If you have any questions please feel free to seek me out in the IFC Office, 4th Floor, LBJ Student Center or contact me via email at

As you may have read and seen already, joining a fraternity can reap many benefits in a young man’s life. Not only will you meet an array of different people and have brothers for life, but you will also experience the different aspect of what being a fraternity man is all about. One of those particular experiences is the ability to serve others. Each of the 14 fraternities at Texas State was founded on the principles of Scholarship, Brotherhood, Leadership, and Service. Service is not something to be taken lightly; it is an action. We want you to understand the purpose behind service: to experience helping others and giving back to a community that loves you and Texas State. Joining a fraternity can mold you into becoming a leader. Giving back to your community can be one of the most gratifying experiences in your collegiate life. Each year all of our Texas State fraternities participate with their national philanthropy through events to raise awareness and money for a specific organization. Each fraternity’s respective website contains information about their national philanthropy. We encourage you to research each of these. This past year, each of our fraternities participated in the largest community service project at Texas State; Bobcat Build. This event is a standing tradition at Texas State and provides an avenue for all Texas State students to give back to the local San Marcos community. The members of the Community Involvement Committee would like to congratulate you on your acceptance to Texas State and hope that you will consider joining a fraternity. Together we can make an impact on campus and our community.

Community Involvement

Message from IFC Vice-President of Service, Keven Kandler

Student Body President & Vice-President Welcome, Bobcat Class of 2017! We are excited to welcome you to your new home, Texas State University! You have made the greatest decision of your life to attend this extraordinary university. Your best years are ahead of you. You are beginning your journey at Texas State during its most prime time. We just set a new record for enrollment, and we have recently become a Hispanic Serving Institution, an Emerging Research Institution, and just this past year we moved to Division 1 in our Athletics program. You are just the second class who will have the opportunity of enjoying football games at our newly renovated Bobcat Stadium. Take the opportunity to get involved in your university. Getting involved in student organizations has countless rewards from making new friends to growing as a leader and as an individual. For us, getting involved in a student organization helped ease the transition process of leaving home and coming to college.

Vanessa Cortez and Edward Perez Student Body President and Vice President

Your Associated Student Government (ASG) is always happy to help you with any road bumps you may encounter. Our office is located on the fourth floor of the LBJ Student Center in Room 4-5.1. Please feel free to stop by our office and introduce yourself. We also have meeting every Monday night in the LBJ Student Center Teaching Theater that we encourage all of you to attend, so you can hear about what is going on at our university. Remember that your academics should always remain your number one priority, and Texas State gives you many resources to make sure you do just that. Our famous alumnus, President Lyndon B. Johnson, once said, “The noblest search is the search for excellence.” Every day that you are here at Texas State pursue excellence, because there is no greater reward than that of success. Cherish your time here at Texas State and take advantage of every opportunity that comes your way. We are excited to have you join our Bobcat family! Eat ‘em up cats!

Current Recognized Chapters Phi Kappa Tau Theta Chi Phi Kappa Psi  Sigma Chi  Delta Tau Delta  Alpha Tau Omega  Kappa Alpha Order 

Pi Kappa Phi  Kappa Sigma  Omega Delta Phi  Sigma Nu  Pi Kappa Alpha  Sigma Tau Gamma  Sigma Alpha Epsilon

PHI KAPPA TAU Learning. Leading. Serving

Chapter Nickname: Phi Tau Colors: Harvard Red & Old Gold Flower: Red Carnation National Foundin Date: March 17, 1906 Number of Members: 30 New Member Dues: $660 per semester Member Dues $100 per month Annual Philanthropy: Serious Fun Camps

The mission of Phi Kappa Tau is to champion a lifelong commitment to brotherhood, learning, ethical leadership and exemplary character. The vision of Phi Kappa Tau is to be recognized as a leadership organization that binds men together and challenges them to improve their campuses and the world. Our Creed Phi Kappa Tau, by admitting me to membership, has conferred upon me a mark of distinction in which I take just pride. I believe in the spirit of brotherhood for which it stands. I shall strive to attain its ideals, and by so doing to bring to it honor and credit. I shall be loyal to my college and my chapter and shall keep strong my ties to them that I may ever retain the spirit of youth. I shall be a good and loyal citizen. I shall try always to discharge the obligation to others which arises from the fact that I am a fraternity man. Roland Maxwell, Southern California ‘22 November 19, 1950

THETA CHI Θηρόποσα Χείρ "An Assisting Hand" Chapter Nickname: Theta Chi Colors: Military Red & White Flower: Red Carnation National Foundin Date: April 10, 1856 Number of Members: 26 New Member Dues: $460 per semester Member Dues $400 per semester Annual Philanthropy: GI Theta Chi

“We believe our men will maximize their potential to better themselves and their community through Theta Chi” Theta Chi is one the newest fraternities at Texas State. As a Theta Chi, you will have the opportunity of becoming a Founding Father and the ability to establish traditions and leave behind a legacy for future Bobcats. Our motto is "An Assisting Hand." Theta Chi will provide you the tools and resources to grow and develop as a student, a leader, and a gentleman. We are involved in numerous and diverse organizations, such as Hide and Seek Club, the Associated Student Government, the Student Organizations Council, Boys and Girls Club, and many other organizations pertaining to specific majors. You will have great opportunities to participate in numerous conferences, conventions, community service projects, and social events. Choices are made every day, and choosing the right fraternity is an important decision. It will be a part of you for the rest of your life. Become a part of something new!

PHI KAPPA PSI The Great Joy of Serving Others

Chapter Nickname: Phi Psi Colors: Hunter Green & Cardinal Red Flower: The Jacqueminot Rose National Foundin Date: February 18, 1852 Number of Members: 42 New Member Dues: $650 per semester Member Dues $650 per semester Annual Philanthropy: Boys & Girls Club of America

Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity engages men of integrity, further develops their intellect and enhances community involvement. With a legacy built on acceptance and trust, each brother realizes his highest potential through a lifelong experience of service and excellence. It is no coincidence that a president, over a hundred members of Congress and over a dozen state governors have been brothers of Phi Kappa Psi. Those qualities that Phi Kappa Psi instills in the hearts and mind of her members have proven time and time again to make good men great. By joining Phi Psi you will not only develope skills needed to set you ahead of the rest but also develop friendships that will last a life time. Become a part of something that will never die.

SIGMA CHI In Hoc Signo Vinces

Chapter Nickname: Sigs Colors: Blue & Old Gold Flower: White Rose National Foundin Date: June 18, 1855 Number of Members: 58 New Member Dues: $650 per semester Member Dues $600 per semester Annual Philanthropy: Derby Days

Nationally Sigma Chi is ranked first among all other fraternities in Initiated Members with over 300,000 ,first in Alumni Chapters with over 120, first in Undergraduate chapters with 246 and the most undergraduates members currently initiated. Here at Texas State the Theta Tau Chapter of Sigma Chi is nationally recognized chapter, winning a Peterson award 2012 distinguishing us as one of the best chapters in the country. Alongside that we were awarded the IFC chapter of the year award in 2012. We have grown to over 70 members after just four years on campus and this year won homecoming with the Alpha Xi Delta sorority and raised over $6000 for the Children’s Miracle Network in our week long philanthropy Derby Days. Sigma Chi has performed very well across the board in intramurals and academics and is a very close nit brotherhood of men.


Committed to Lives of Excellence Chapter Nickname: Delts Colors: Purple, White & Gold Flower: Purple Iris National Foundin Date: 1858 Number of Members: 90 New Member Dues: $100 Monthly/$300 Initiation Member Dues $135 Monthly Annual Philanthropy: JDRF

Delta Tau Delta - Zeta Delta Chapter was colonized in 1968. After receiving our Charter in 1970, we became one of the first Fraternities on campus. Since then we have been one of the strongest and the longest running fraternity at Texas State, having never been kicked off campus. Delta Tau Delta is the premier fraternity at Texas State University, excelling in socials, academic affairs, philanthropy, and sorority relations. The fraternity for Texas Gentlemen. Our current house and property, located on Ranch Road 12, was purchased in the early 2000’s and the new house was completed in 2011.


Victory Belongs to the Most Admirable

ALPHA Chapter Nickname: ATO Colors: Blue & Gold Flower: Tea Rose National Foundin Date: September 11, 1865 Number of Members: New Member Dues: $120 per month Member Dues $120 per month Annual Philanthropy: Toys for Tots

Being a member of Alpha Tau Omega means being a part of one of the strongest and most prestigious fraternities in the nation. In 1865, Otis Allen Glazebrook founded ΑΤΩ on Christian principles of love, friendship and unity. Over 100 years later, these principles still sit at the heart of ΑΤΩ. With an active chapter base of nearly 50 members, and a strong, supportive alumni base, there is always someone to count on. Whether looking for a job, or just a tutor, there is an ΑΤΩ who will be more than glad to help no matter what the problem happens to be. As a leadership and social fraternity, ΑΤΩ prides itself in developing its members into motivated, successful individuals. With numerous retreats and programs exclusive to ΑΤΩ, we develop both social and leadership skills along with bonds that will last a lifetime. With the love and respect of over 197,000 ΑΤΩ’s nationwide the possibilities for success are endless. ∙ 512.667.7726

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Chapter Nickname: KA Colors: Crimson & Old Gold Flower: The Magnolia & The Crimson Rose National Foundin Date: December 21, 1865 Number of Members: 65 New Member Dues: $700 per semester Member Dues $700 per semester Annual Philanthropy: Muscular Distrophy Association

Members of Kappa Alpha Order take pride in being known as southern gentlemen. With values formed around those of Robert E. Lee we strive to uphold noble standards that present a positive name on campus and in the community. Formed in 1865, KA is a well established fraternity across the nation. Our chapter here at Texas State, founded in 1979, is one of the largest and longest standing on campus. We have had great success in campus activities such as Homecoming Champions, and Intramural Basketball Champions two years running. We also had the highest GPA on campus out of all fraternities as well as all men’s GPA in fall 2007. Our social events are well known on campus such as Life’s a Beach, Annual Crawfish Boil, Paint Your Date, and our formal Old South is held in New Orleans, Louisiana. We aim to continue our traditions by welcoming exceptional young men who will become true southern gentlemen.

PI KAPPA PHI Leaders by Choice

Chapter Nickname: PI Kapp Colors: White, Gold & Blue Flower: Red Rose National Foundin Date: December 4, 1904 Number of Members: 62 New Member Dues: $550 per semester Member Dues $500 per semester Annual Philanthropy: PUSH AMERICA

Since receiving our charter in 1996, The Eta Rho chapter of Pi Kappa Phi has quickly risen to be one of the top fraternities on campus. Our commitment to developing leaders dates back more than 100 years to our humble beginning at the College of Charleston where Pi Kappa Phi was founded by men who chose to lead. Through the tenets of CLASS- Character, Leadership, Academics, Sportsmanship, and Service we help turn young men into Pi Kapps; Leaders by Choice. As we strive to excel in our academics we also we also choose to lead throughout campus in different organizations such as IFC, Associated Student Government, College Republicans etc. Whether showing our pride at football games, greek events, or intramural sports we always represent ourselves in a positive manner. As Pi Kapps we also enjoy a a great social life that includes date parties, mixers, tailgates and more. Choosing the right fraternity is a very important decision that affects the rest of one’s life, and for those who have decided to become members of Pi Kappa Phi, it is the best decision of their college career.

KAPPA SIGMA Building Leaders Around The World Chapter Nickname: Kappa Sig Colors: Scarlet White & Emerald Green Flower: Lilly of the Vally National Foundin Date: 1858 Number of Members: New Member Dues: $600 per semester Member Dues $450 per semester Annual Philanthropy: Millitary Heroes Campaign

The Theta Lambda chapter of Kappa Sigma was established at Texas State in February of 1966, making it one of the oldest Greek organizations on campus. Throughout the years Kappa Sigma has given its brothers the opportunity to excel in scholarship, leadership, fellowship, and service. One powerful attribute of this chapter is our large and very active alumni population. With continual support from our national headquarters and alumni, Kappa Sigma continues to excel at Texas State. To many of the brothers, Kappa Sigma has given them the opportunity to excel in their studies while maintaining a very active and healthy social life. Kappa Sigma is our home in college and for the rest of our lives.


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OMEGA DELTA PHI One Culture, Any Race Chapter Nickname: O D Phi Colors: Scarlet & Silver Flower: Silver Rose National Foundin Date: November 25, 1987 Number of Members: 10 New Member Dues: $275 per semester Member Dues $250 per semester Annual Philanthropy: Young Knights Leadership Academy

Omega Delta Phi is a multicultural service/social fraternity that aims at graduating its members while giving back to the community. The Fraternity has established itself on over 50 campuses and continues to grow every year. Although founded mainly by Latinos, the Fraternity has traditionally always been open to men of different backgrounds, as demonstrated through its “One culture, any race� philosophy. The purpose of this Brotherhood, a Service/Social fraternity dedicated to the needs and concerns of the community, is and shall be to promote and maintain the traditional values of Unity, Honesty, Integrity, and Leadership. This Brotherhood was founded in order to provide, to ANY man, a diverse fraternal experience which coincides with a higher education.

SIGMA NU Excelling with Honor

Chapter Nickname: Sig Nu Colors: Black & Gold Flower: White Rose National Foundin Date: January 1, 1869 Number of Members: New Member Dues: $120 per month Member Dues $120 per month Annual Philanthropy:

Sigma Nu Fraternity, founded on the principles of Love, Truth, and Honor, is an experience unlike the rest in the Greek Community. Established at the Virginia Military Institute in 1869, the founders decided to speak out against oppression and form the Legion of Honor, Sigma Nu Fraternity. Sigma Nu Fraternity is one that demands excellence out of its members from academics to intramural sports and everything in between. We also believe that it is very important to give back to the community. Every fall we host a blood drive for those in need. We also participate in Bobcat Build in the spring. Sigma Nu Fraternity strives to create strong ethical leaders though its LEAD program. Leadership, Ethics, Achievement, and Development. LEAD is a program that teaches its members to become a good leader. With this, Sigma Nu Fraternity offers many leadership positions that gives you the experience needed to succeed in the real world. We believe, “you must work hard, to play hard.�

SIGMA TAU GAMMA Principled Leadership Chapter Nickname: Sig Tau Colors: Blue & Silver Flower: -----------National Foundin Date: June 28, 1920 Number of Members: New Member Dues: $500 per semester Member Dues $450 per semester Annual Philanthropy: Books for Kids

Sigma Tau Gamma at Texas State is a very diverse organization. We have brothers from all aspects of life together fighting for a common goal. We were founded by Veterans of World War One in 1920 and continue to uphold these values today on this campus. We hold each member to our principles of Value, Learning, Leadership, Excellence, Benefit and Integrity. We have one the strongest brotherhoods on campus and this is evident throughout campus. Along with helping with our philanthropy thoroughly by giving back to the community, we also hold a number of social events throughout the year. Sigma Tau Gamma is a great fraternity if you are looking for brotherhood, camaraderie, overall growing experience as a person, and the ultimate college experience. Our main goal is to recruit quality men and allow them to reach their full potential before they enter the real world and have a great time doing it. Becoming a part of Sig Tau is a great privilege and will bring you the best times of your life.

PI KAPPA ALPHA Once a Pike, Always a Pike Chapter Nickname: PIKE Colors: Garnet & Old Gold Flower: The Lilly of the Valley National Foundin Date: March 1, 1868 Number of Members: 58 New Member Dues: $960 per semester Member Dues $650 per semester Annual Philanthropy: Firemans Challange

The Zeta Theta chapter has the largest alumni base at Texas State University with over 2,500 members. The Alumni provide a tailgate in the fall and The Annual Pi Kappa Alpha Founders day golf tournament every spring. Beyond this our alumni are always available to give advice or to help network with undergraduate members. Pi Kappa Alpha contributes over 1200hrs of community service to the great people of San Marcos. We provide incentive and aid towards our members to excel in the class room, after all we are here to graduate first and foremost. Through our strong brotherhood we push our members to be leaders in the chapter, other campus organizations and in the community of San Marcos. We have members who serve as senators in ASG, are leaders in Paws Preview and organize Cat Camp. The simple fact is if there is an organization that can help the college experience be better for ourselves and other students at Texas State University, Pi Kappa Alpha has a hand in it. We aim to be good stewards to everyone and can boast being recognized by both the City of San Marcos as well as Leaders of the Texas State University school system.

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON The True Gentleman Chapter Nickname: SAE Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold Flower: Violet National Foundin Date: March 9, 1856 Number of Members: 40 New Member Dues: $550 per semester Member Dues $500 per semester Annual Philanthropy: Guatemala Project, Cuddles for Claire

The Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity was founded on March 9th, 1856 at the University of Alabama Tuscaloosa. Since that day almost 150 years ago, more than 289,000 gentlemen have taken up the ΣAE mission to promote the highest standards of friendship, scholarship, and service to their fellow members. Based upon the ideals set forth by the Founders and as specifically enunciated in the SAE creed, these ideals are preserved by the more than 8,200 undergraduates currently spread across some 200 chapters within the US and Canada. ΣAE is North America’s largest social fraternity.

Our creed The True Gentleman is the man whose conduct proceeds from good will and an acute sense of propriety, and whose self-control is equal to all emergencies; who does not make the poor man conscious of his poverty, the obscure man of his obscurity, or any man of his inferiority or deformity; who is himself humbled if necessity compels him to humble another; who does not flatter wealth, cringe before power, or boast of his own possessions or achievements; who speaks with frankness but always with sincerity and sympathy; whose deed follows his word; who thinks of the rights and feelings of others, rather than his own; and who appears well in any company, a man with whom honor is sacred and virtue safe. -John Walter Wayland


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