Theta Chi is pleased to announce the first round of 2018/2019 recruitment award recipients. The James M. Holland, Phil S. Randall, and Henry B. Hersey awards were created to recognize and honor the Fraternity’s top recruiting chapters for the previous academic year.
Theta Chi Fraternity is excited to announce Alpha Nu/Georgia Tech as the first recipient of the 2018/2019 Howard R. Alter, Jr. Award for Chapter Excellence. They were recognized during this summer’s first session of the Initiative Academy, held June 20-23, 2019, in Bloomington, IN.
Gen. David H. Berger became the 38th Commandant of the United States Marine Corps during a passage of command ceremony on Thursday, July 11, 2019. He replaces retiring Gen. Robert Neller.
A routine trip to the hospital more than 45 years ago changed the course of Phil Bowers’ life. That visit to see a convalescing Purdue football player led to hundreds of fraternal associations at Purdue and far beyond. To this day, it has enriched his life beyond measure. The circle of influence built on those relationships is profound.
Jim Haworth, president and CEO of Bentonville-based headwear company Outdoor Cap, climbed the corporate ladder at Walmart Inc.
Theta Chi is thrilled to announce that seven brothers have been recognized as Resolute Men during the 2018/2019 school year! These brothers have lived our motto of “An Assisting Hand” through hard work and dedication to Theta Chi, their university, and their community.
Lee Iacocca '45, Business Icon and a 'Great Son of Lehigh,' Dies at 94The following article was published...
Student Spotlight: Trey BurnsThe following article was published on July 9, 2019, via Inside NKU (inside.nku.edu)....