Join us on November 5th in the Corec Upper Gyms from 5 – 6:30 PM for a salsa dancing lesson hosted by Triangle Fraternity and Kappa Delta! Come alone, with a date, or in a group and get a fun lesson all while helping Habitat for Humanity and YWCA! Hope to see you there! Continue reading “Triangle and Kappa Delta present “Tri and Salsa””
The Brothers of Purdue Triangle wish everyone a happy and safe Halloween!
This Saturday, October 29th is the 100-lap race for Grand Prix style karts at Whiteland Raceway Park! The idea of the race is to recreate what the enduring 160 lap Purdue Grand Prix feels like in the spring. The race should begin around 5:00 pm (more details on schedule will be posted). We’re hoping to seeContinue reading “Triangle Racing Update!”
Now over halfway through the Journey, the new members are still making time to stay ahead in their studies. Here’s a picture of their latest study tables in the Triangle dining room! Good luck to the new members as they embark on the next round of midterms.
Congratulations to the Fall 2014 pledge class for completing their Junior Class project! The project stood up to a rigorous testing from the pledge class, and now the focus turns to the other pledge classes on what their projects will be this year.
Our Fall 14′ Class has been hard at work on their Junior project! Here’s a sneak peek of their progress, expect a full post and many more pictures in the days to come.
Here’s a candid shot of some of our new members hard at work at study tables. Study tables are held from 7-9 PM M-Th, and give brothers and new members alike a supportive environment to get ahead in classes and prepare for exams.
Congratulations to Daniel Reece, our newly elected Recruitment Director. It was a hard fought election, but Daniel ultimately won: he intends to improve organization and event planning to increase brotherhood attendance, as well as reaching out to individuals on co-op. Daniel will be managing Spring 17′ rush, beginning the first week of classes next semesterContinue reading “New Recruitment Director”
The conference room renovation is now complete with a new 65″ flatscreen TV installed on the wall! Thanks to Gregory Haegele, Kyle George, and Tyler Preston for working on the project, and special thanks to the Triangle Education Foundation for the grant to purchase the TV. This update brings Triangle into the 21st century, replacingContinue reading “New Conference Room TV”
Scott Hanberg, the current philanthropy director, recently organized a blood drive held in our formal! The event was successful, allowing both brothers and members of the Purdue community, and the active chapter would like to thank the Indiana Blood Center for being so friendly and helpful during the drive.