September has been nothing short of a busy month for the men of Theta Chi. First and foremost to mention, Homecoming preparations – in cooperation with the women of Kappa Delta and the men of Delta Kappa Epsilon— are in full swing. A rigorous weekly schedule consisting of skit practice and pomping, while exhaustive, prove their worth at the end of the longstanding MU fall tradition – with all of the hard work on full display in front of thousands of homecoming participants and viewers alike.
On top of homecoming festivities, members of the house have spent considerable time coordinating and preparing for various philanthropic events – in particular, the annual Kappa Klassic golf tournament – to further ensure the men of Theta Chi continue to build upon a reputation of respect, hard work and dedication put forth both inside and outside of the campus Greek System.
As for the new location – I speak for all when I state the level of gratitude each and every member of the Iota Mu Chapter of Theta Chi shares. From top management down, the appreciation is evident.
“It is great to have a facility on campus where our brothers can meet and revel in the camaraderie unique to Greek organizations,” – Jack Whiteman, Iota Mu President.
The new epicenter of our fraternity comfortably houses 30 brothers – with two brothers in each room equating to 3x the creativity in the shared living spaces. Sophomores Steve Ruiz and Mike Reagan even took it upon themselves to add a putting green to their third floor abode.
"The house is much better than the living situations I've had in the past. I'm now practically roommates with 30 of my close friends. There is always something to do it seems like now that I live with these guys," - Chris Wooten, Recruitment Chair.
The members of Theta Chi look forward to the coming years spent at 502 Rollins Street.