Theta Chi Fraternity is saddened to learn of the passing of Lee Iacocca (Beta Sigma/Lehigh 1945). Brother Iacocca served as the key Ford executive responsible for the creation of the original Mustang in April 1964.
William E. Johnson, a third-generation Palm Beach County lawyer, reached the pinnacle of his profession winning million-dollar verdicts for people maimed by medical mistakes, injured in car crashes or hurt in freak accidents.
Four Illinois Wesleyan men's golfers who played for the national championship team last month were chosen to the Division III PING All-America Teams, announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America on Tuesday, June 18.
Nebraska Wesleyan University senior men's swimmers Carter Lyons and Dan Novinski were both named to the 2018-19 Google Cloud/CoSIDA Academic All-America® Division III Men's At-Large team that was announced on Wednesday (June 19) by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
This wasn’t the first time University of Cincinnati graduate and Fairfield businessman Matt Brennan encountered a dead body on a mountain. It was, however, his first brush with a recently deceased climber.
Farewells were given to some members of the Board of Trustees at the May meeting, in which five members made their final appearance. The University is preparing to swear in a group of five new trustees on Aug. 1. Three of them have already been chosen.
One Hundred Fifty-Five Years Ago, the actions of 1st Lt. Edward Bancroft Williston (Alpha/Norwich 1856) on June 12, 1864 at the Battle of Trevilian Station, VA led to his nomination for a Medal of Honor. Williston commanded Battery D, 2nd United States Artillery during the Civil War.
Theta Chi Fraternity is saddened to announce Billy Gabor (Alpha Chi/Syracuse 1948) has entered the Chapter Eternal. A member of the NBA’s Syracuse Nationals for six years, Gabor was known as one of the earliest basketball stars for Syracuse University.