On April 2nd, the active chapter initiated 7 associate members into our chapter. This initiation marks another milestone for our chapter. For the first time in 124 years, the Minnesota Chapter of Delta Chi will be home to more than 100 men strong.
Your support has allowed us to reach new levels as a chapter. Day in and day out, your efforts have driven us to the top.
We appreciate everyone that came out on Saturday for the Spring Initiation, and we couldn’t have been more excited to welcome the 7 new active members into our chapter. It was especially strengthened by the many Alumni that came out to support and reinforce the many reasons we all joined Delta Chi.
Until next Fall!
Jake Schoenbeck “E”
On Saturday April 11th, the U of MN will celebrate 123 years on the U of MN Campus. The active chapter will be hosting an initiation that night starting around 4PM and be followed by a brotherhood with alumni encouraged to attend starting around 7PM. Please RSVP to the Alumni Chapter at email@example.com if you are able to make it. Mark your calendar, call a brother from your era and come on down for an hour or two. Light appetizers and N/A beverages will be provided, please bring your own beer etc. if you wish!
Our brother Hans Okerstrom (U of MN) was married in Tulum Mexico on September 21st. Hans and his bride Molly Granse reside in St. Paul Minnesota.
Gopher Football is here and so are family friendly pre-game BBQ’s on the patio at 1601 University
9/14/13 vs. Western Illinois 11:00am game time – continental breakfast and BBQ pre-game
9/28/13 vs. Iowa (Homecoming) 2:30pm game time. Pre-game Omelet Bar and Pig Roast / BBQ post-game
10/26/13 vs. Nebraska (Game time TBA) continental breakfast and BBQ pre-game.
Stop by the house! We’d love to see you! Food and soda provided! Donations benefit the Chapter Scholarship Fund.
Please take a minute to check out Bob Vollhaber’s (UofMN) website at www.beav-alaskaadventure.blogspot.com. He has canoed about 4,000 miles since March 27th of this year. He started in the Seattle area and has gone through Alaska. He is now canoeing on the Bering Sea. You can follow his journey on his website. Click on the link that tracks him every ten minutes. It is something that has never been done before.