Beta Chi Alumnus Authors Book on Washington and FreemasonryRecently in the spotlight at the University...
During the 166th Anniversary Convention in Washington, D.C., delegates elected the 2022/2024 Grand Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity.
Newly hired Growth Specialist Dylan Inman (Delta Rho/NC State 2022) was recognized for his exemplary work with the university's department of annual giving.
Dale Slivinske, Former Executive Director and Editor of The Rattle, was posthumously awarded the Evin C. Varner Jr. Fratneral Communications Award on April 29, 2022.
Theta Chi Fraternity is saddened to report the passing of Brig. Gen. Nick Hurst, Jr. (Beta/MIT 1960). He attended MIT where he was initiated by Beta Chapter and later transferred to the U.S. Military Academy where he earned his Bachelor of Science Degree.
Brother Kauffman served on Theta Chi’s staff as a Field Secretary from 1959–1961.
Theta Chi Fraternity is saddened to report the passing of Michael S. Martin (Zeta Sigma/Wisconsin-River Falls 1999). An alumnus initiate, Brother Martin faithfully served as Zeta Sigma’s Faculty Adviser, mentor, counselor, and friend for more than 20 years
Theta Chi Fraternity is saddened to report the passing of Brig. Gen. James H. Baker (Gamma Rho/Florida State 1962). He attended Florida State University where he was initiated by Gamma Rho Chapter and later transferred to the University of Mississippi where he earned his Bachelors of Science Degree. He proudly served his country in the United States Air Force and the Air National Guard where he retired as a Brigadier General after 38 years.