News

We recently sent out an email asking Brothers to provide some updates and news as to what is going on in their lives or just something they would like to share and we got a few responses. We would love to hear from ALL of you so please send your updates and pictures into This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for publication in a future eLetter or the next edition of The Zeta Zephyr.

The current Chapter House will celebrate its 100th birthday in 2025.  To date, 1869 Brothers have passed through its doors.

The House stands because of you. Whether its time or funds donated, its presence continues because of you.

With that in mind, the House Corp would like you to consider pitching in to help complete the final big projects that will return the House to its former self.

We have 5 years to check off those projects which will establish the House’s second century. There are details provided in this Zephyr and more information will follow. The best way to start is to send a donation back in after you’re read this issue.

Of course, you can count on an anniversary celebration for the House in 2025, much like we did for the Chapter’s 100th back in 2012. The occasion will also probably coincide with the initiation of Zeta 2000.

TG

Class 1982

As we head into the next decade, Fraternities across the country are facing unprecedented obstacles. Toxic environments and poor management have led many Fraternal Organizations to go out of business which, as a result, left a void in many places. They no longer educated young men with the ideals and teachings that have led many of us to become productive members of society. This may be true for many Chapters across the country but not Zeta Zeta. With healthy numbers and having recently paid off our $400,000 mortgage, we find ourselves in a select group of Fraternity Chapters across the country.

This was accomplished by the donations of many of you and from the help of many Brothers. Thanks to Brother Beard’s project management skills, Brothers Anderson and Milone with financial management, Brother Rossi with his constant undergraduate support and many other Brothers;  Gasbarre, Haas, Taiclet, Termini, Boring, Less, Miller, and Ferlino.  I wish I had space to name them all, but this is just a few of your Brothers that have helped the Zeta Chapter get to this place where we can all be proud.