How A Kid Who Barely Had 2 Nickels Learned The True Meaning Of Being a Chi Delt

Remember what being a Chi Delt mean to you? Did it give you more than you could ever return? Please read the following testimonial, and consider a gift in memory of what it meant, and still means, to be a Chi Delt.

Making a gift is easy, fast, and secure. Click HERE for options and get your name on the Honor Roll in time to see it in print via The Chi Delt this spring. Thank you to all our Brothers, whose generosity funds alumni communications such as this one and keeps us all connected. Please read on, for a heartfelt message from Brother Pete Dolan '81

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Annual Steak Dinner Caps Busy, Fun-Filled Rush Week For Chi

by Ben Reingold '19 Rush Chair

Rush on campus was a busy and fun-filled week. On Monday, rushees were invited to the Lodge for S'mores and a relaxing evening with brothers. On Tuesday, 15 brothers and 15 rushees drove to Southside Diner in Mount Vernon for our (recently) traditional "Breakfast for Dinner." Thursday night saw us in Suite 33 at the Schott, watching the Ohio State men's basketball team lose a thriller after a Penn State buzzer-beater (less thrilling for those who root for OSU).

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