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Report from Lloyd Swaim `58
|Six of us made it back to Penn for the SAE 55th. We had hoped for a greater attendance, but time marches on and several members who tentatively said they would be there were not up to making the trip. We had a festive dinner at the Rittenhouse Tavern with the fine arrangements once again made by our sweetheart, Robin Beck. Thanks Robin!! |
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2013 Alumni Day - A Night Out on the Town
Penn Theta hosted a black tie dinner on Alumni Day May 11, 2013 at The Barnes Foundation. Brothers from near and far gathered for an event filled with reuniting and reminiscing.
L to R in both pictures: Richard Bartholomew '63, Richard Steinkamp '63, Pete McCarthy '63, John Vosmek '61 and Craig Johnson '63
If you attended the event and have pictures to share, please send them to our alumni relations firm at email@example.com. Don't forget to mention SAE @ Penn in your email.
The Last Hurrah of College
|Exams are over, the boxes are packed, and the cap and gown is pressed and ready for the big event. Graduation day is such a bittersweet moment in our lives, as we say goodbye to the youth and vitality of college life, and usher in a new era in our lives: full-blown adulthood. Think back to your own time and tell us a story about your graduation day. How did you spend your final days as an undergraduate member of SAE? Were there any last hurrahs or memorable moments with brothers that especially stand out? |
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Capital Campaign Update
|The Penn Theta Capital Campaign has received pledges in excess of $175,000, and is on target to reach its goal of $500,000. Numerous brothers have made big and small donations, and initial house renovations have already begun, starting with the butler pantry. To find out more about this exciting initiative and/or make a donation, please contact (Brother Hero) Steve Saltzman at firstname.lastname@example.org. |
|Individual brothers have many things to celebrate! Two brothers (Steve Carroll ’13 and Sam Ruddy ’15) competed at the Ivy League Championships for swimming over Spring Break. Brothers have also received important internships and job opportunities, including summer internships at Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Macy’s. Also, this past summer Alumni Chair Aaron Campbell represented our chapter at the 77th John O. Moseley Leadership School, SAE’s yearly leadership school held on a Royal Caribbean Cruise August 6-10, 2012. |
Aaron says, "It gave me the opportunity to interact with SAEs from across the country, and really emphasized the national breadth of our fraternity."
Strengthening Alumni Relations Over Spring Break
|Over spring break, SAE's new members visited various alumni across the country, in places including New York, Washington DC and California. Having our newest members meet alumni brothers, including past pledge masters, helped to foster the idea that the SAE experience does not end after college. It also allowed some of our recent alumni to interact with the new pledge class. |
Remembering Our Heroes this May
|May is just several weeks away. This year, we’d like to share your thoughts, messages, and memories of those soldiers who have served their country. Maybe you want to send well-wishes to a brother who may have lost a family member in Afghanistan or Iraq? Or you simply want to share a fond memory of a long-lost brother who died in combat? |
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A 20 Year Old with 48 Extra Years of Experience
|We recently came across this great story in the New York Times, featuring a 68-year-old man who enrolled in college – and chose to join a fraternity – at age 65. It’s a great read and a testament to the true fraternity values and the definition of brotherhood. |
Would you do it all over again, and relive your fraternity experience in today's day and age? Click on the headline to share your response.
Running and Redefining Possibilites All News
|Thank you to Chris Roman '91 for sharing this update... |
In 2004 I decided to get my "running health" back by training for and running a marathon while in Nashville at Vanderbilt. I eventually qualified for Boston and then in 2007 hit the Ultramarathon scene. I have since run some of the most difficult 100 mile races in the country and am a 2 time finisher of what most believe to be the most difficult footrace on the planet, the Badwater 135. My guess is I may be the only Penn grad to have done so.
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