Epsilon Mu Review Spring Semester 2009
(Spring) 2009 Exec Board
The Epsilon Mu Chapter faced a considerable amount of transition and growth over the course of this semester. The election of a new executive board coupled with nine new active members this semester lead to some dynamic shifts. New Archon Patrick Sullivan has implemented several new positions in order to give new younger members an opportunity to lead and make contributions to the house. Among the new ideas enacted by Sullivan include the creation of assistant positions for historian and chaplain, a restructuring of the scholarship chair’s responsibilities and the separation of the Social and Risk Chairs into separate positions.
Archon: Patrick Sullivan Vice Archon: Aaron Signer Treasurer: Scott Taylor Secretary: Aaron Friedman
Chapter Update •
Spring Rush lead to the initiation of three new members: Nick Popravak, Corey Greenstein and Dakota Kuhlman This semester marked the graduation of Bill Coons, Andrew Finley, Steven Evangelista, Matt Rock, Ed Gillen and Matt Weaver This year our chapter raised $3,454.72 for PUSH America and ranked 17th amongst national chapter donations.
Warden: Kyle Campoli
Jason Brandt spearheaded the creation of a forum to allow for better communication between the alumni and active members of the house Alumni Housing Corp is in the preliminary stages of attempting to get a chapter house for the fraternity The Epsilon Mu chapter would also like to congratulate Daniel Mulch and on his wedding to Rachael Bloom in May.
Historian: Markus Johnson Chaplain: Steven Evangelista
A Word From the Historian
Reflecting on the past semester, the Epsilon Mu brotherhood experienced a lot change. With the graduation of several members of the chapter, the Epsilon Mu chapter finds itself in a state of flux. This last year saw the initiation of twelve new members into our brotherhood, coupled with seniorsâ€™ departure, puts the chapter in a new and exciting place. As the chapter soldiers on into the future, the continued support and encouragement of the alumni of the Epsilon Mu family becomes even more important. Sincerely, Markus Johnson Historian.
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