Congratulations to Derek Cameron for being named the 2017 Brother of the Year! Derek is a senior from Angola, IN studying Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering. He received this prestigious award for the 2nd year in a row because of his hard work as Membership Director and President, as well as living a life that embodies the precepts and values of Triangle.
Congratulations to our newly elected Board of Directors! We’re thankful for all the hard work put in by the outgoing BoD and excited to see how these brothers will use their talents to help the Chapter!
Congratulations to our newly elected Executive Board! We are all very excited to see how their talents will benefit the house and what new heights they will bring us to. Elections for Membership Vice President were postponed due to one of the candidates being out of town.
EDIT (11/19): Congratulations to Kyle Duckering, our Membership Vice President!
Winterization was held this year on November 11, and Triangle brothers could not be happier to be apart of it! Winterization is an annual community service event at Purdue where students prepare the yards and homes of the elderly and disabled in Tippecanoe County for winter.
We held our 2017 Dad’s Day last Saturday, where brothers, new members, and their families were able to enjoy a tailgate at the house, a Boiler football win over Illinois, and dinner together after the game. Thanks to External VP Nick Zenobi for all his work planning this event, and thanks to everyone who came out to make this one of our best Dad’s Days yet!
Congratulations to Matt Davis, our Spring 2018 Recruitment Director! Matt is a sophomore studying Systems Analysis and Design from Orland Park, IL. He was the Recruitment Director last semester, when he brought in a new member class of 14 young men. If you are interested in joining Triangle next semester or know someone who is, feel free to get in touch with Matt at (708) 267-0187 and email@example.com. We’re looking forward to another successful semester of recruitment headed by Matt!
And another one down for the history books! The seventh House Improvement Day was full of hard work and camaraderie, as the actives and alumni completed several key projects, and enjoyed a hearty lunch for their efforts. The brothers leveled the front yard bench, which was heavily listing, as well as sodded the terraced pit, landscaped the entire front yard, and repaired the dumpster privacy wall. The pictures really do not do the quality of the work justice, but feel free to view the attached pictures, and make sure to stop by next time you find yourself in the area!