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In This Issue: Page 1 – President’s Message Page 2 – Events Calendar Page 2 – PUSH Golf Outing Page 3 – Upcoming Events Page 3 – Brother Notes Page 4 – Moments in ZX History Page 5 – Become a Participating Member Page 5 – Help Wanted Page 6 – Registration forms

Nothing Shall Tear Us Asunder As president and VP of communications of the alumni chapter, we send a lot of emails, make a lot of calls, and generally push a lot of information to the brotherhood. Most of the time, we simply have to trust that the people who need and want the information are getting it – for all we know you may have deleted this newsletter already. However, this past month has shown us just how connected we really are. In mid-September, our brother Adam Solomon, was injured in a car accident and rushed to the hospital. Within hours, this news was sent out to the fraternity and calls and notes of concern came rushing back in. Brothers from all over the country contacted us to see what they could do to help Adam, his wife, and their little girl. We were inspired by your response. You all make us proud to be Pi Kapps. Adam is now on the mend, and there is no doubt in our minds that the prayers and outpouring of concern from all of you had a major positive effect. In the army, soldiers train for months before entering into combat. The military goes to great expense to provide the necessary training and equipment to outfit potential fighters. Those soldiers are placed into all types

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of simulated combat environments and given a framework of discipline and command structure to fall back on when they eventually find themselves under fire. Even after all of that, no one can predict how a person or unit will react in a real life or death situation until it happens. Moments of extreme hardship crystallize a person’s character and put it on display for everyone else to see. If you ever wonder why you joined Zeta Chi and went through all of those weeks of member ed, look at the body of men who make up this alumni chapter. Even after graduation and changing life circumstances, we still have a fraternal bond. The men who joined ZX to experience that bond – who did and continue to devote themselves to a higher ideal – demonstrate why our chapter and our fraternity exist. We know that this bond is most visible in times of need, but it is always there. We look forward to seeing many of you next week at Albright’s Homecoming. Until then OYDEN DIAS PASEI HMAS. Fraternally yours, Mike Netznik and Jake Weyant 1

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