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In recognition of the centennial of the end of World War I, we take pride in reprinting this list of brothers who served during the conflict originally featured in the November 1918 issue of The Rattle. This list is by no means complete, but a reflection of what was known based on information provided over a century ago.
On the centennial of the ending to the war to end all wars, we reprint this story from 1928 when then-National Secretary James G. Lewis addressed the 72nd Anniversary Convention and recognized his friend, retiring-National Vice President Francis Van Natter, a veteran of World War I.
On the centennial of the Armistice of 1918 we pause to remember the brothers who made the ultimate sacrifice during the First World War. This list compiled below from past issues of The Rattle is by no means complete but represents all known brothers who passed away during WWI.
In honor of the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War I, we have compiled a number of letters submitted to The Rattle during 1918 to provide the collegiate and alumnus brothers of today a glimpse into what it was like to serve “Over There”
At an evening vigil for an NKU student who recently died on campus, students, faculty, alumni and community members gathered in the Student Union ballroom to remember his life. On Tuesday, the ballroom had a table in the back to write letters to the family of Christian “Jet Li” Dichoso, a 21-year-old student who died Saturday.
Junior James Caligiuri served in the U.S. Army between 2012 and 2015. He was stationed in Washington D.C. as a member of the Old Guard, a unit that conducts military funerals at Arlington National Cemetery.
Seven University of Findlay undergraduate students recently received Browns Edge Partnership scholarships, made possible through the partnership between UF and the Cleveland Browns franchise.