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Phi Delta Chi

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December/January Newsletter Fraternity


Upcoming Events Fundraising Week February 25th to March 1st Color for Cures 5k March 16th

Announcements Remember to pay your semester dues to WKF Matthew D’Anis by Feb. 28th!

Congratulations to Ralph Saroyan, 2013 CPhA Hall of Fame Recipient!

Birthday Wishes 12/12 - Claire Kim 12/13 - Jessica Choi 12/15 - Vicki Lau 12/21 - Joanne Reeve 12/22 - Beeta Mahdavi 12/23 - Nate Wong 12/25 - Audrey Yeung 12/25 - Cynthia Liu 01/03 - Jon Schmidt 01/04 - Cindy Hsieh 01/11 - Niki Saqueton 01/11 - Stacey Park 01/21 - Joseph Kim 01/21 - Tina Le 01/24 - Jag Chauhan 01/31 - Brian Woods 01/31 - Megan Shimada

Big Blu On the weekend of January 18th, Alpha Psi participated in what is now a significant historical event. About 35 Alpha Psi brothers attended the first Big Blu, a Phi Delta Chi brotherhood retreat for the entire Pacific region. Welcoming over a dozen chapters, this three-day event took place at a resort off the shore of Lake Tahoe. From celebrating brotherhood at an Angry Bird-themed social event, attending an elegant dinner cruise, to snowboarding on the slopes, Phi Delta Chi made lasting memories. Alpha Psi will never forget this wonderful experience bonding with distant brothers. Big Blu certainly made it feel like a small world.

Rush RushFraternity. #1: Chillin’ with the Bros

In the midst of extremely cold weather, delicious food and the indoors made all the difference for Monday’s rush event on January 7th. Brothers and potentials mingled over a few board games and with some good conversation, it was indeed a perfect night to “chill” with the bros.

Rush their o#2: Pool Night

Brothers and potentials carpooled to Eddie’s Classic Billiards on January 15th for the second rush event. After a few hours at the pool hall, everyone returned to Rowland Hall for some pizza and ice cream. This two-part event allowed quality time for brothers to get to know the potentials in different environments. wer

Rush #3: Invite Dinner

Social The Holidays at Rowland Hall

Thankful for Brotherhood

Brothers and a few friends that remained in Stockton during the Thanksgiving holiday enjoyed a bountiful feast with Phi Delta Chi.

Deck the Halls!

To welcome the holiday cheer, Alpha Psi brothers gathered at Rowland Hall for an Ugly Christmas Sweater Party on December 14th. With warmth, laughter, and questionable attire, they decorated the house tree and enjoyed each other’s company.

Tahoe Chapter Retreat

Brothers headed to Tahoe for the winter brotherhood retreat on January 11th. On the drive up, some encountered heavy snowfall, but the struggle was worth it: the next morning, they woke up to find the softest snow to play in. Some of the brothers did exactly that and enjoyed a day of snowboarding and skiing, while others explored South Lake Tahoe’s shopping center and casinos. In the evenings, brothers bonded over some karaoke.

Throwback Thursday #TBT

On January 24th, Pacific hosted #TBT, a brand new club rush that rallied many organizations together - one of them being Phi Delta Chi. Held at the Alex G. Spanos Center, this event was planned not only to connect students to these organizations, but to fire up the orange and black for the men‘s basketball game against UC Riverside. Since the fraternity’s rush season was already in its final stages, #TBT turned out to be more like a brotherhood event for Alpha Psi. For some brothers, the event also served as a venue for networking with other organizations and discovering new opportunities for leadership experience.

Held at the Stockton Golf and Country Club on January 25th, rush dinner was a classy and professional event that along with potentials, welcomed an impressive number of Alpha Psi Leadership Seminar alumni and Gamma Iota brothers. Those Development that were visiting Many brothers and alumni attended the San Joaquin were very pleased to see that the rushing process brought in Pharmacists Association Crab Feed on January 26th. such a qualified group of potentials. st-4th. Heartfelt words from both alumni and collegiate brothers exemplified Phi Delta Chi’s passion, pride, and dedication. Table conversations brought up fond memories from years past and also made new ones. By the end of the night, fifth potentials were able to experience a glimmer of Alpha Psi’s brotherhood.

Crab Feed

Jack Schlegel Endowment Award: Chintan Shah E.E. Roscoe Memorial Scholarship: Dilraj Sohal Outstanding Pledge Award: James Lee Charles Magnasco Endowed Memorial Scholarship: Juliet Precissi

December/January Newsletter  

December/January Newsletter

December/January Newsletter  

December/January Newsletter