The Mrs. H.D. Dear Sr. and Alice E. D. Dear School of Creative and Performing Arts is welcoming seven new members to the CAPA Hall of Fame for 2019. This year’s honorees are Burt Allen, Robert Alost, Joel Ebarb, James Ford, Richard Jennings, Shirley Jennings and Rivers Murphy.
Resilience and close UAB friends helped Daniel Mendoza through his mother’s death in his sophomore year
Mirna Pineda died from cancer before she could see her son graduate this week at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. But while in hospice, the 52-year-old Honduran native told her son, Daniel Mendoza, “Now I will have front-row seats.”
Theta Chi put on their 15th annual row-a-thon in honor of John Tooma, who passed away due to an asthma attack. Prior to his death, Tooma has dreams of putting on an event at the reflection pond, where the row-a-thon is located
Texas State kicked off its second annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event Sunday at Strahan Coliseum. Despite the rainy morning, the activities went on around Sewell as the sun eventually came up. This event was created to raise awareness around the community of sexual assault that happens all around us.
After a lifetime on the move, in locations ranging from Texas to Singapore, senior Matt Zee was drawn to Colgate not simply for its renowned academics, but also for its tight-knit community.
Theta Chi Fraternity installed the Kappa Lambda Chapter at California State University-San Marcos on March 23, 2019. This is the Fraternity’s 12th active chapter, and 22nd chapter overall, in the state of California.
Happy Founders Day, Brothers! At 9 p.m. tonight, our beloved Theta Chi Fraternity turns 163 years old. Since its founding in 1856, our brotherhood has existed to extend the Helping Hand to all who seek it while encouraging its members to become better men.
Joe Carothers is a 1976 communication/journalism alumnus and is the director of sales and marketing at Checon PMC. He has spent 38 years in industrial sales and management in the OEM electrical industry.