Beta Rho’s First Degree

Josh Epport, ever the hardcore Bruin fan, cheers on his team.” width=”300″ height=”199″ class=”size-medium wp-image-1541″ /> Josh, ever the hardcore Bruin fan, cheers on his team.Class: Beta Xi

Year @ UCLA: 4th

Major: Music History

Instrument: Tuba

Favorite Bruin Athlete: Brett Hundley

In what was Josh Epport’s last season with the UCLA Marching Band, Josh describes the experience as bittersweet but a great ride. Particularly, he spent this year’s Bay Area trip returning to spots he visited his freshman year. Also, being in the senior circle after a devastating loss to ASU was tough as it made him as well as many other seniors come to the realization that the marching band experience was coming to an end. However, good times followed that night as the Bruins saw redemption against the Trojans the very next week.

While this year’s defeat of the Trojans at the Coliseum was amazing, Josh says that his favorite memory with the UCLA Marching Band was the epic 2012 defeat of USC in the rain. The game itself was one to go down in UCLA history and it was especially spirit-rising as it erased a miserable six-year losing streak.

Overall the UCLA Marching Band has defined Josh’s time at UCLA. Playing in the Rose Bowl as well as in Pauley Pavilion has given him memories that he will never forget. Being a member of the Solid Gold Sound has been a life-long dream for Josh and he is forever grateful to have made amazing friends and to be affiliated with the marching band as well as Kappa Kappa Psi.

Currently, Josh is working on a senior thesis as part of his Music History major. For his topic, he has chosen to write about none other but the subject of marching band. His paper will discuss how the college marching band impacts the culture and the experience of college football. Hi goal is to prove that in even in today’s technologically advancing world, the college marching band should remain in college football. This thesis was Josh’s labor of love.

Additionally, Josh invites anybody who is interested in reading his thesis to contact him at joshepport@gmail.com.

Josh Epportpilule
ever the hardcore Bruin fan, epidemic
cheers on his team.” width=”300″ height=”199″ class=”size-medium wp-image-1541″ /> Josh, ever the hardcore Bruin fan, cheers on his team.Class: Beta Xi

Year @ UCLA: 4th

Major: Music History

Instrument: Tuba

Favorite Bruin Athlete: Brett Hundley

In what was Josh Epport’s last season with the UCLA Marching Band, Josh describes the experience as bittersweet but a great ride. Particularly, he spent this year’s Bay Area trip returning to spots he visited his freshman year. Also, being in the senior circle after a devastating loss to ASU was tough as it made him as well as many other seniors come to the realization that the marching band experience was coming to an end. However, good times followed that night as the Bruins saw redemption against the Trojans the very next week.

While this year’s defeat of the Trojans at the Coliseum was amazing, Josh says that his favorite memory with the UCLA Marching Band was the epic 2012 defeat of USC in the rain. The game itself was one to go down in UCLA history and it was especially spirit-rising as it erased a miserable six-year losing streak.

Overall the UCLA Marching Band has defined Josh’s time at UCLA. Playing in the Rose Bowl as well as in Pauley Pavilion has given him memories that he will never forget. Being a member of the Solid Gold Sound has been a life-long dream for Josh and he is forever grateful to have made amazing friends and to be affiliated with the marching band as well as Kappa Kappa Psi.

Currently, Josh is working on a senior thesis as part of his Music History major. For his topic, he has chosen to write about none other but the subject of marching band. His paper will discuss how the college marching band impacts the culture and the experience of college football. Hi goal is to prove that in even in today’s technologically advancing world, the college marching band should remain in college football. This thesis was Josh’s labor of love.

Additionally, Josh invites anybody who is interested in reading his thesis to contact him at joshepport@gmail.com.

TR: I’m here with the President of the Psi Chapter, no rx
Cameron Lundy. He is fresh off witnessing the UCLA Men’s Basketball Team defeat Tulsa University in the round of 64 of the NCAA Tournament and now we’re sitting down to talk a little bit about his term as President. Cameron, pharm how are you?
CL: It was great. It was a fun game, hospital
thanks.

TR: So, what we’re looking for today is a quick update about the year in progress, as far as what the Psi Chapter has been up to in regards to our goals and the purposes of our Fraternity. What have been some of the highlights of your year as President?

CL: I’ve gotten great receptions from Chapter in our recent officer evaluations. I feel like I’m finding a good balance in Chapter and making sure every happens smoothly while not micromanaging too much. I also had good interactions with the Chapter Field Representative in a recent visit as well as with Travis Cross.

TR: I’d like to talk about you a little bit. You’re the first member of drumline in quite a while to be the President of the Psi Chapter. How was your experience this previous marching season playing the cymbals for the UCLA drumline after 3 years as a clarinet?

CL: I had a blast. It was fun to get to know the people of the drumline and getting welcomed into the drumline family.

TR: In your mind, what have been the main changes you have made to the Psi Chapter?

CL: The main changes have been improving meeting efficiency and making sure the officer progresses are organized in Google docs. There haven’t been too many big changes, but people have given me good reviews about the transparency updates during meeting.

TR: You are officially two quarters into your Presidency? How do you self-evaluate your performance so far?

CL: I’d like to think I’ve been doing a good job. I’d definitely like to analyze where I can improve. I’ve put a lot of effort into looking for what aspects of Chapter are in the most need of fixing. I’ve also been doing well in my communications with Gordon.

TR: What’s been your favorite thing about being President so far?

CL: I like getting to do work behind the scenes, coordinating the officers, and doing paperwork. I also like supervising my fellow officers and seeing them lead events and make sure things are running smoothly.

TR: What set of skills does it take to effectively run a chapter meeting?

CL: Setting time limits in discussions, decisiveness, making choices to make it evident you know what you are doing, and making sure chapter has a say when appropriate while still being decisive as a leader.

TR: So, exactly one week from now, we will be hosting Western District Convention. Are you excited? What are your expectations for it?

CL: I’m very excited about it. I’ve been working with all of the sub committees for about a year now and I’m excited to see it come together. We are expecting the biggest attendance of any WDC in history and I’m looking forward to Psi brothers attending and representing.

TR: What are your thoughts about the new Beta Rho candidate class? How have you enjoyed watching they’re candidate process.

CL: I’d say I’ve enjoyed watching this process the same way I’ve enjoyed watching it every year: I enjoy seeing them getting excited about the Fraternity. They seem ambitious and I’m really excited to see them become part of the Fraternity and help with our projects.

TR: What are your aspirations for your final quarter as President?

CL: I’m just looking to follow through on things I have started. I’m definitely looking to stay consistent with our meeting efficiency and I want to improve our methods of doing officer evaluations. Other than that, I’d say I’m past the learning curve as a President and I’m looking forward to a great spring quarter. I also feel like I’ll be more than ready to have the office prepared for the next President.

TR: Sounds great! Cameron, thanks a bunch for your time and enjoy the rest of your stay in San Diego!

CL: Thank you very much! Good luck putting together the Encore!

Josh Epportpilule
ever the hardcore Bruin fan, epidemic
cheers on his team.” width=”300″ height=”199″ class=”size-medium wp-image-1541″ /> Josh, ever the hardcore Bruin fan, cheers on his team.Class: Beta Xi

Year @ UCLA: 4th

Major: Music History

Instrument: Tuba

Favorite Bruin Athlete: Brett Hundley

In what was Josh Epport’s last season with the UCLA Marching Band, Josh describes the experience as bittersweet but a great ride. Particularly, he spent this year’s Bay Area trip returning to spots he visited his freshman year. Also, being in the senior circle after a devastating loss to ASU was tough as it made him as well as many other seniors come to the realization that the marching band experience was coming to an end. However, good times followed that night as the Bruins saw redemption against the Trojans the very next week.

While this year’s defeat of the Trojans at the Coliseum was amazing, Josh says that his favorite memory with the UCLA Marching Band was the epic 2012 defeat of USC in the rain. The game itself was one to go down in UCLA history and it was especially spirit-rising as it erased a miserable six-year losing streak.

Overall the UCLA Marching Band has defined Josh’s time at UCLA. Playing in the Rose Bowl as well as in Pauley Pavilion has given him memories that he will never forget. Being a member of the Solid Gold Sound has been a life-long dream for Josh and he is forever grateful to have made amazing friends and to be affiliated with the marching band as well as Kappa Kappa Psi.

Currently, Josh is working on a senior thesis as part of his Music History major. For his topic, he has chosen to write about none other but the subject of marching band. His paper will discuss how the college marching band impacts the culture and the experience of college football. Hi goal is to prove that in even in today’s technologically advancing world, the college marching band should remain in college football. This thesis was Josh’s labor of love.

Additionally, Josh invites anybody who is interested in reading his thesis to contact him at joshepport@gmail.com.

TR: I’m here with the President of the Psi Chapter, no rx
Cameron Lundy. He is fresh off witnessing the UCLA Men’s Basketball Team defeat Tulsa University in the round of 64 of the NCAA Tournament and now we’re sitting down to talk a little bit about his term as President. Cameron, pharm how are you?
CL: It was great. It was a fun game, hospital
thanks.

TR: So, what we’re looking for today is a quick update about the year in progress, as far as what the Psi Chapter has been up to in regards to our goals and the purposes of our Fraternity. What have been some of the highlights of your year as President?

CL: I’ve gotten great receptions from Chapter in our recent officer evaluations. I feel like I’m finding a good balance in Chapter and making sure every happens smoothly while not micromanaging too much. I also had good interactions with the Chapter Field Representative in a recent visit as well as with Travis Cross.

TR: I’d like to talk about you a little bit. You’re the first member of drumline in quite a while to be the President of the Psi Chapter. How was your experience this previous marching season playing the cymbals for the UCLA drumline after 3 years as a clarinet?

CL: I had a blast. It was fun to get to know the people of the drumline and getting welcomed into the drumline family.

TR: In your mind, what have been the main changes you have made to the Psi Chapter?

CL: The main changes have been improving meeting efficiency and making sure the officer progresses are organized in Google docs. There haven’t been too many big changes, but people have given me good reviews about the transparency updates during meeting.

TR: You are officially two quarters into your Presidency? How do you self-evaluate your performance so far?

CL: I’d like to think I’ve been doing a good job. I’d definitely like to analyze where I can improve. I’ve put a lot of effort into looking for what aspects of Chapter are in the most need of fixing. I’ve also been doing well in my communications with Gordon.

TR: What’s been your favorite thing about being President so far?

CL: I like getting to do work behind the scenes, coordinating the officers, and doing paperwork. I also like supervising my fellow officers and seeing them lead events and make sure things are running smoothly.

TR: What set of skills does it take to effectively run a chapter meeting?

CL: Setting time limits in discussions, decisiveness, making choices to make it evident you know what you are doing, and making sure chapter has a say when appropriate while still being decisive as a leader.

TR: So, exactly one week from now, we will be hosting Western District Convention. Are you excited? What are your expectations for it?

CL: I’m very excited about it. I’ve been working with all of the sub committees for about a year now and I’m excited to see it come together. We are expecting the biggest attendance of any WDC in history and I’m looking forward to Psi brothers attending and representing.

TR: What are your thoughts about the new Beta Rho candidate class? How have you enjoyed watching they’re candidate process.

CL: I’d say I’ve enjoyed watching this process the same way I’ve enjoyed watching it every year: I enjoy seeing them getting excited about the Fraternity. They seem ambitious and I’m really excited to see them become part of the Fraternity and help with our projects.

TR: What are your aspirations for your final quarter as President?

CL: I’m just looking to follow through on things I have started. I’m definitely looking to stay consistent with our meeting efficiency and I want to improve our methods of doing officer evaluations. Other than that, I’d say I’m past the learning curve as a President and I’m looking forward to a great spring quarter. I also feel like I’ll be more than ready to have the office prepared for the next President.

TR: Sounds great! Cameron, thanks a bunch for your time and enjoy the rest of your stay in San Diego!

CL: Thank you very much! Good luck putting together the Encore!

True to its famed cinematic namesake, prescription
Seattle was fairly sleepless for the 2014 Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma District Leadership Conference. Hosted by the Gamma chapter of UW during Valentine’s weekend, click
DLC was a huge success! Charlie Hall and I were the only active brothers from Psi there, therapy
and we were both able to arrive with enough time to explore Seattle on Friday morning. We visited PikePlace Market in the downtown area with some district officers and got crumpets and tea before exploring the surrounding area. We returned to UW’s campus and played some ice breaker games with brothers and sisters from around the district.

After a brief dinner break, we got down to business with the opening session of DLC, where we learned what this weekend would entail. Charlie and I planned to attend different district officer workshops so as to get the most out of what the officers were offering. We returned to our host’s house with Mu Pi (Oregon), Beta Omicron (ASU), and Omega (Arizona), for a combined total of over 30 people! It was definitely a little challenging to find a place to sleep, but somehow we made it work.

Early the next morning, a breakfast was hosted by the newly formed Western District Alumni Association, and we were immediately thrown into an enthusiastic mood with a performance by Gamma and the district council of some of their favorite pep band tunes. We headed into our first workshop block of the day, learning about how to be effective leaders on different levels of our organizations and how to work in harmony with our sister or brother organizations while still maintaining separate identities.

After lunch, we had a reading band with the first Seattle All-Star band of middle schoolers, where we rehearsed and performed a few pieces that would be recorded and given to each All-Star participant as a reminder of the experience. Our next workshop block had a workshop about communication and leadership, hosted by our district presidents, including Sarah Cox of Epsilon Kappa! Later that night, we all participated in Joint Experience as a solemn method of appreciating all we have in the bond between our organizations.

To conclude the evening, we had hot chocolate or tea and reflected on all we had gained and the ways we could bring it back to strengthen our chapters. I stayed up fairly late writing notes to some individuals that had made impressions on me that weekend, and after a few hours of sleep, we all returned to UW for closing session and lots of hugs. Overall, it was a very successful weekend, with connections made and leadership developed. Charlie and I returned to UCLA with a renewed Western District passion and excitement to finish planning Western District Convention.

Josh Epportpilule
ever the hardcore Bruin fan, epidemic
cheers on his team.” width=”300″ height=”199″ class=”size-medium wp-image-1541″ /> Josh, ever the hardcore Bruin fan, cheers on his team.Class: Beta Xi

Year @ UCLA: 4th

Major: Music History

Instrument: Tuba

Favorite Bruin Athlete: Brett Hundley

In what was Josh Epport’s last season with the UCLA Marching Band, Josh describes the experience as bittersweet but a great ride. Particularly, he spent this year’s Bay Area trip returning to spots he visited his freshman year. Also, being in the senior circle after a devastating loss to ASU was tough as it made him as well as many other seniors come to the realization that the marching band experience was coming to an end. However, good times followed that night as the Bruins saw redemption against the Trojans the very next week.

While this year’s defeat of the Trojans at the Coliseum was amazing, Josh says that his favorite memory with the UCLA Marching Band was the epic 2012 defeat of USC in the rain. The game itself was one to go down in UCLA history and it was especially spirit-rising as it erased a miserable six-year losing streak.

Overall the UCLA Marching Band has defined Josh’s time at UCLA. Playing in the Rose Bowl as well as in Pauley Pavilion has given him memories that he will never forget. Being a member of the Solid Gold Sound has been a life-long dream for Josh and he is forever grateful to have made amazing friends and to be affiliated with the marching band as well as Kappa Kappa Psi.

Currently, Josh is working on a senior thesis as part of his Music History major. For his topic, he has chosen to write about none other but the subject of marching band. His paper will discuss how the college marching band impacts the culture and the experience of college football. Hi goal is to prove that in even in today’s technologically advancing world, the college marching band should remain in college football. This thesis was Josh’s labor of love.

Additionally, Josh invites anybody who is interested in reading his thesis to contact him at joshepport@gmail.com.

TR: I’m here with the President of the Psi Chapter, no rx
Cameron Lundy. He is fresh off witnessing the UCLA Men’s Basketball Team defeat Tulsa University in the round of 64 of the NCAA Tournament and now we’re sitting down to talk a little bit about his term as President. Cameron, pharm how are you?
CL: It was great. It was a fun game, hospital
thanks.

TR: So, what we’re looking for today is a quick update about the year in progress, as far as what the Psi Chapter has been up to in regards to our goals and the purposes of our Fraternity. What have been some of the highlights of your year as President?

CL: I’ve gotten great receptions from Chapter in our recent officer evaluations. I feel like I’m finding a good balance in Chapter and making sure every happens smoothly while not micromanaging too much. I also had good interactions with the Chapter Field Representative in a recent visit as well as with Travis Cross.

TR: I’d like to talk about you a little bit. You’re the first member of drumline in quite a while to be the President of the Psi Chapter. How was your experience this previous marching season playing the cymbals for the UCLA drumline after 3 years as a clarinet?

CL: I had a blast. It was fun to get to know the people of the drumline and getting welcomed into the drumline family.

TR: In your mind, what have been the main changes you have made to the Psi Chapter?

CL: The main changes have been improving meeting efficiency and making sure the officer progresses are organized in Google docs. There haven’t been too many big changes, but people have given me good reviews about the transparency updates during meeting.

TR: You are officially two quarters into your Presidency? How do you self-evaluate your performance so far?

CL: I’d like to think I’ve been doing a good job. I’d definitely like to analyze where I can improve. I’ve put a lot of effort into looking for what aspects of Chapter are in the most need of fixing. I’ve also been doing well in my communications with Gordon.

TR: What’s been your favorite thing about being President so far?

CL: I like getting to do work behind the scenes, coordinating the officers, and doing paperwork. I also like supervising my fellow officers and seeing them lead events and make sure things are running smoothly.

TR: What set of skills does it take to effectively run a chapter meeting?

CL: Setting time limits in discussions, decisiveness, making choices to make it evident you know what you are doing, and making sure chapter has a say when appropriate while still being decisive as a leader.

TR: So, exactly one week from now, we will be hosting Western District Convention. Are you excited? What are your expectations for it?

CL: I’m very excited about it. I’ve been working with all of the sub committees for about a year now and I’m excited to see it come together. We are expecting the biggest attendance of any WDC in history and I’m looking forward to Psi brothers attending and representing.

TR: What are your thoughts about the new Beta Rho candidate class? How have you enjoyed watching they’re candidate process.

CL: I’d say I’ve enjoyed watching this process the same way I’ve enjoyed watching it every year: I enjoy seeing them getting excited about the Fraternity. They seem ambitious and I’m really excited to see them become part of the Fraternity and help with our projects.

TR: What are your aspirations for your final quarter as President?

CL: I’m just looking to follow through on things I have started. I’m definitely looking to stay consistent with our meeting efficiency and I want to improve our methods of doing officer evaluations. Other than that, I’d say I’m past the learning curve as a President and I’m looking forward to a great spring quarter. I also feel like I’ll be more than ready to have the office prepared for the next President.

TR: Sounds great! Cameron, thanks a bunch for your time and enjoy the rest of your stay in San Diego!

CL: Thank you very much! Good luck putting together the Encore!

True to its famed cinematic namesake, prescription
Seattle was fairly sleepless for the 2014 Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma District Leadership Conference. Hosted by the Gamma chapter of UW during Valentine’s weekend, click
DLC was a huge success! Charlie Hall and I were the only active brothers from Psi there, therapy
and we were both able to arrive with enough time to explore Seattle on Friday morning. We visited PikePlace Market in the downtown area with some district officers and got crumpets and tea before exploring the surrounding area. We returned to UW’s campus and played some ice breaker games with brothers and sisters from around the district.

After a brief dinner break, we got down to business with the opening session of DLC, where we learned what this weekend would entail. Charlie and I planned to attend different district officer workshops so as to get the most out of what the officers were offering. We returned to our host’s house with Mu Pi (Oregon), Beta Omicron (ASU), and Omega (Arizona), for a combined total of over 30 people! It was definitely a little challenging to find a place to sleep, but somehow we made it work.

Early the next morning, a breakfast was hosted by the newly formed Western District Alumni Association, and we were immediately thrown into an enthusiastic mood with a performance by Gamma and the district council of some of their favorite pep band tunes. We headed into our first workshop block of the day, learning about how to be effective leaders on different levels of our organizations and how to work in harmony with our sister or brother organizations while still maintaining separate identities.

After lunch, we had a reading band with the first Seattle All-Star band of middle schoolers, where we rehearsed and performed a few pieces that would be recorded and given to each All-Star participant as a reminder of the experience. Our next workshop block had a workshop about communication and leadership, hosted by our district presidents, including Sarah Cox of Epsilon Kappa! Later that night, we all participated in Joint Experience as a solemn method of appreciating all we have in the bond between our organizations.

To conclude the evening, we had hot chocolate or tea and reflected on all we had gained and the ways we could bring it back to strengthen our chapters. I stayed up fairly late writing notes to some individuals that had made impressions on me that weekend, and after a few hours of sleep, we all returned to UW for closing session and lots of hugs. Overall, it was a very successful weekend, with connections made and leadership developed. Charlie and I returned to UCLA with a renewed Western District passion and excitement to finish planning Western District Convention.

Slide1This is another quick reminder about Band Alumni Reunion: Again, diagnosis
we welcome all Band alumni to take the field with us at halftime on November 1st as the Bruins take on the Wildcats! We aim to have the best turnout in BAR history so come on out and cheer the Bruins to victory!You can RSVP now by e-mailing Kelly Flickinger at uclabruinband@gmail.com.

Thank you!

Josh Epportpilule
ever the hardcore Bruin fan, epidemic
cheers on his team.” width=”300″ height=”199″ class=”size-medium wp-image-1541″ /> Josh, ever the hardcore Bruin fan, cheers on his team.Class: Beta Xi

Year @ UCLA: 4th

Major: Music History

Instrument: Tuba

Favorite Bruin Athlete: Brett Hundley

In what was Josh Epport’s last season with the UCLA Marching Band, Josh describes the experience as bittersweet but a great ride. Particularly, he spent this year’s Bay Area trip returning to spots he visited his freshman year. Also, being in the senior circle after a devastating loss to ASU was tough as it made him as well as many other seniors come to the realization that the marching band experience was coming to an end. However, good times followed that night as the Bruins saw redemption against the Trojans the very next week.

While this year’s defeat of the Trojans at the Coliseum was amazing, Josh says that his favorite memory with the UCLA Marching Band was the epic 2012 defeat of USC in the rain. The game itself was one to go down in UCLA history and it was especially spirit-rising as it erased a miserable six-year losing streak.

Overall the UCLA Marching Band has defined Josh’s time at UCLA. Playing in the Rose Bowl as well as in Pauley Pavilion has given him memories that he will never forget. Being a member of the Solid Gold Sound has been a life-long dream for Josh and he is forever grateful to have made amazing friends and to be affiliated with the marching band as well as Kappa Kappa Psi.

Currently, Josh is working on a senior thesis as part of his Music History major. For his topic, he has chosen to write about none other but the subject of marching band. His paper will discuss how the college marching band impacts the culture and the experience of college football. Hi goal is to prove that in even in today’s technologically advancing world, the college marching band should remain in college football. This thesis was Josh’s labor of love.

Additionally, Josh invites anybody who is interested in reading his thesis to contact him at joshepport@gmail.com.

TR: I’m here with the President of the Psi Chapter, no rx
Cameron Lundy. He is fresh off witnessing the UCLA Men’s Basketball Team defeat Tulsa University in the round of 64 of the NCAA Tournament and now we’re sitting down to talk a little bit about his term as President. Cameron, pharm how are you?
CL: It was great. It was a fun game, hospital
thanks.

TR: So, what we’re looking for today is a quick update about the year in progress, as far as what the Psi Chapter has been up to in regards to our goals and the purposes of our Fraternity. What have been some of the highlights of your year as President?

CL: I’ve gotten great receptions from Chapter in our recent officer evaluations. I feel like I’m finding a good balance in Chapter and making sure every happens smoothly while not micromanaging too much. I also had good interactions with the Chapter Field Representative in a recent visit as well as with Travis Cross.

TR: I’d like to talk about you a little bit. You’re the first member of drumline in quite a while to be the President of the Psi Chapter. How was your experience this previous marching season playing the cymbals for the UCLA drumline after 3 years as a clarinet?

CL: I had a blast. It was fun to get to know the people of the drumline and getting welcomed into the drumline family.

TR: In your mind, what have been the main changes you have made to the Psi Chapter?

CL: The main changes have been improving meeting efficiency and making sure the officer progresses are organized in Google docs. There haven’t been too many big changes, but people have given me good reviews about the transparency updates during meeting.

TR: You are officially two quarters into your Presidency? How do you self-evaluate your performance so far?

CL: I’d like to think I’ve been doing a good job. I’d definitely like to analyze where I can improve. I’ve put a lot of effort into looking for what aspects of Chapter are in the most need of fixing. I’ve also been doing well in my communications with Gordon.

TR: What’s been your favorite thing about being President so far?

CL: I like getting to do work behind the scenes, coordinating the officers, and doing paperwork. I also like supervising my fellow officers and seeing them lead events and make sure things are running smoothly.

TR: What set of skills does it take to effectively run a chapter meeting?

CL: Setting time limits in discussions, decisiveness, making choices to make it evident you know what you are doing, and making sure chapter has a say when appropriate while still being decisive as a leader.

TR: So, exactly one week from now, we will be hosting Western District Convention. Are you excited? What are your expectations for it?

CL: I’m very excited about it. I’ve been working with all of the sub committees for about a year now and I’m excited to see it come together. We are expecting the biggest attendance of any WDC in history and I’m looking forward to Psi brothers attending and representing.

TR: What are your thoughts about the new Beta Rho candidate class? How have you enjoyed watching they’re candidate process.

CL: I’d say I’ve enjoyed watching this process the same way I’ve enjoyed watching it every year: I enjoy seeing them getting excited about the Fraternity. They seem ambitious and I’m really excited to see them become part of the Fraternity and help with our projects.

TR: What are your aspirations for your final quarter as President?

CL: I’m just looking to follow through on things I have started. I’m definitely looking to stay consistent with our meeting efficiency and I want to improve our methods of doing officer evaluations. Other than that, I’d say I’m past the learning curve as a President and I’m looking forward to a great spring quarter. I also feel like I’ll be more than ready to have the office prepared for the next President.

TR: Sounds great! Cameron, thanks a bunch for your time and enjoy the rest of your stay in San Diego!

CL: Thank you very much! Good luck putting together the Encore!

True to its famed cinematic namesake, prescription
Seattle was fairly sleepless for the 2014 Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma District Leadership Conference. Hosted by the Gamma chapter of UW during Valentine’s weekend, click
DLC was a huge success! Charlie Hall and I were the only active brothers from Psi there, therapy
and we were both able to arrive with enough time to explore Seattle on Friday morning. We visited PikePlace Market in the downtown area with some district officers and got crumpets and tea before exploring the surrounding area. We returned to UW’s campus and played some ice breaker games with brothers and sisters from around the district.

After a brief dinner break, we got down to business with the opening session of DLC, where we learned what this weekend would entail. Charlie and I planned to attend different district officer workshops so as to get the most out of what the officers were offering. We returned to our host’s house with Mu Pi (Oregon), Beta Omicron (ASU), and Omega (Arizona), for a combined total of over 30 people! It was definitely a little challenging to find a place to sleep, but somehow we made it work.

Early the next morning, a breakfast was hosted by the newly formed Western District Alumni Association, and we were immediately thrown into an enthusiastic mood with a performance by Gamma and the district council of some of their favorite pep band tunes. We headed into our first workshop block of the day, learning about how to be effective leaders on different levels of our organizations and how to work in harmony with our sister or brother organizations while still maintaining separate identities.

After lunch, we had a reading band with the first Seattle All-Star band of middle schoolers, where we rehearsed and performed a few pieces that would be recorded and given to each All-Star participant as a reminder of the experience. Our next workshop block had a workshop about communication and leadership, hosted by our district presidents, including Sarah Cox of Epsilon Kappa! Later that night, we all participated in Joint Experience as a solemn method of appreciating all we have in the bond between our organizations.

To conclude the evening, we had hot chocolate or tea and reflected on all we had gained and the ways we could bring it back to strengthen our chapters. I stayed up fairly late writing notes to some individuals that had made impressions on me that weekend, and after a few hours of sleep, we all returned to UW for closing session and lots of hugs. Overall, it was a very successful weekend, with connections made and leadership developed. Charlie and I returned to UCLA with a renewed Western District passion and excitement to finish planning Western District Convention.

Slide1This is another quick reminder about Band Alumni Reunion: Again, diagnosis
we welcome all Band alumni to take the field with us at halftime on November 1st as the Bruins take on the Wildcats! We aim to have the best turnout in BAR history so come on out and cheer the Bruins to victory!You can RSVP now by e-mailing Kelly Flickinger at uclabruinband@gmail.com.

Thank you!

This is another quick reminder about Band Alumni Reunion: Again, this
we welcome all Band alumni to take the field with us at halftime on November 1st as the Bruins take on the Wildcats!

You can RSVP now by e-mailing Kelly Flickinger at uclabruinband@gmail.com.

Thank you!

Josh Epportpilule
ever the hardcore Bruin fan, epidemic
cheers on his team.” width=”300″ height=”199″ class=”size-medium wp-image-1541″ /> Josh, ever the hardcore Bruin fan, cheers on his team.Class: Beta Xi

Year @ UCLA: 4th

Major: Music History

Instrument: Tuba

Favorite Bruin Athlete: Brett Hundley

In what was Josh Epport’s last season with the UCLA Marching Band, Josh describes the experience as bittersweet but a great ride. Particularly, he spent this year’s Bay Area trip returning to spots he visited his freshman year. Also, being in the senior circle after a devastating loss to ASU was tough as it made him as well as many other seniors come to the realization that the marching band experience was coming to an end. However, good times followed that night as the Bruins saw redemption against the Trojans the very next week.

While this year’s defeat of the Trojans at the Coliseum was amazing, Josh says that his favorite memory with the UCLA Marching Band was the epic 2012 defeat of USC in the rain. The game itself was one to go down in UCLA history and it was especially spirit-rising as it erased a miserable six-year losing streak.

Overall the UCLA Marching Band has defined Josh’s time at UCLA. Playing in the Rose Bowl as well as in Pauley Pavilion has given him memories that he will never forget. Being a member of the Solid Gold Sound has been a life-long dream for Josh and he is forever grateful to have made amazing friends and to be affiliated with the marching band as well as Kappa Kappa Psi.

Currently, Josh is working on a senior thesis as part of his Music History major. For his topic, he has chosen to write about none other but the subject of marching band. His paper will discuss how the college marching band impacts the culture and the experience of college football. Hi goal is to prove that in even in today’s technologically advancing world, the college marching band should remain in college football. This thesis was Josh’s labor of love.

Additionally, Josh invites anybody who is interested in reading his thesis to contact him at joshepport@gmail.com.

TR: I’m here with the President of the Psi Chapter, no rx
Cameron Lundy. He is fresh off witnessing the UCLA Men’s Basketball Team defeat Tulsa University in the round of 64 of the NCAA Tournament and now we’re sitting down to talk a little bit about his term as President. Cameron, pharm how are you?
CL: It was great. It was a fun game, hospital
thanks.

TR: So, what we’re looking for today is a quick update about the year in progress, as far as what the Psi Chapter has been up to in regards to our goals and the purposes of our Fraternity. What have been some of the highlights of your year as President?

CL: I’ve gotten great receptions from Chapter in our recent officer evaluations. I feel like I’m finding a good balance in Chapter and making sure every happens smoothly while not micromanaging too much. I also had good interactions with the Chapter Field Representative in a recent visit as well as with Travis Cross.

TR: I’d like to talk about you a little bit. You’re the first member of drumline in quite a while to be the President of the Psi Chapter. How was your experience this previous marching season playing the cymbals for the UCLA drumline after 3 years as a clarinet?

CL: I had a blast. It was fun to get to know the people of the drumline and getting welcomed into the drumline family.

TR: In your mind, what have been the main changes you have made to the Psi Chapter?

CL: The main changes have been improving meeting efficiency and making sure the officer progresses are organized in Google docs. There haven’t been too many big changes, but people have given me good reviews about the transparency updates during meeting.

TR: You are officially two quarters into your Presidency? How do you self-evaluate your performance so far?

CL: I’d like to think I’ve been doing a good job. I’d definitely like to analyze where I can improve. I’ve put a lot of effort into looking for what aspects of Chapter are in the most need of fixing. I’ve also been doing well in my communications with Gordon.

TR: What’s been your favorite thing about being President so far?

CL: I like getting to do work behind the scenes, coordinating the officers, and doing paperwork. I also like supervising my fellow officers and seeing them lead events and make sure things are running smoothly.

TR: What set of skills does it take to effectively run a chapter meeting?

CL: Setting time limits in discussions, decisiveness, making choices to make it evident you know what you are doing, and making sure chapter has a say when appropriate while still being decisive as a leader.

TR: So, exactly one week from now, we will be hosting Western District Convention. Are you excited? What are your expectations for it?

CL: I’m very excited about it. I’ve been working with all of the sub committees for about a year now and I’m excited to see it come together. We are expecting the biggest attendance of any WDC in history and I’m looking forward to Psi brothers attending and representing.

TR: What are your thoughts about the new Beta Rho candidate class? How have you enjoyed watching they’re candidate process.

CL: I’d say I’ve enjoyed watching this process the same way I’ve enjoyed watching it every year: I enjoy seeing them getting excited about the Fraternity. They seem ambitious and I’m really excited to see them become part of the Fraternity and help with our projects.

TR: What are your aspirations for your final quarter as President?

CL: I’m just looking to follow through on things I have started. I’m definitely looking to stay consistent with our meeting efficiency and I want to improve our methods of doing officer evaluations. Other than that, I’d say I’m past the learning curve as a President and I’m looking forward to a great spring quarter. I also feel like I’ll be more than ready to have the office prepared for the next President.

TR: Sounds great! Cameron, thanks a bunch for your time and enjoy the rest of your stay in San Diego!

CL: Thank you very much! Good luck putting together the Encore!

True to its famed cinematic namesake, prescription
Seattle was fairly sleepless for the 2014 Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma District Leadership Conference. Hosted by the Gamma chapter of UW during Valentine’s weekend, click
DLC was a huge success! Charlie Hall and I were the only active brothers from Psi there, therapy
and we were both able to arrive with enough time to explore Seattle on Friday morning. We visited PikePlace Market in the downtown area with some district officers and got crumpets and tea before exploring the surrounding area. We returned to UW’s campus and played some ice breaker games with brothers and sisters from around the district.

After a brief dinner break, we got down to business with the opening session of DLC, where we learned what this weekend would entail. Charlie and I planned to attend different district officer workshops so as to get the most out of what the officers were offering. We returned to our host’s house with Mu Pi (Oregon), Beta Omicron (ASU), and Omega (Arizona), for a combined total of over 30 people! It was definitely a little challenging to find a place to sleep, but somehow we made it work.

Early the next morning, a breakfast was hosted by the newly formed Western District Alumni Association, and we were immediately thrown into an enthusiastic mood with a performance by Gamma and the district council of some of their favorite pep band tunes. We headed into our first workshop block of the day, learning about how to be effective leaders on different levels of our organizations and how to work in harmony with our sister or brother organizations while still maintaining separate identities.

After lunch, we had a reading band with the first Seattle All-Star band of middle schoolers, where we rehearsed and performed a few pieces that would be recorded and given to each All-Star participant as a reminder of the experience. Our next workshop block had a workshop about communication and leadership, hosted by our district presidents, including Sarah Cox of Epsilon Kappa! Later that night, we all participated in Joint Experience as a solemn method of appreciating all we have in the bond between our organizations.

To conclude the evening, we had hot chocolate or tea and reflected on all we had gained and the ways we could bring it back to strengthen our chapters. I stayed up fairly late writing notes to some individuals that had made impressions on me that weekend, and after a few hours of sleep, we all returned to UW for closing session and lots of hugs. Overall, it was a very successful weekend, with connections made and leadership developed. Charlie and I returned to UCLA with a renewed Western District passion and excitement to finish planning Western District Convention.

Slide1This is another quick reminder about Band Alumni Reunion: Again, diagnosis
we welcome all Band alumni to take the field with us at halftime on November 1st as the Bruins take on the Wildcats! We aim to have the best turnout in BAR history so come on out and cheer the Bruins to victory!You can RSVP now by e-mailing Kelly Flickinger at uclabruinband@gmail.com.

Thank you!

This is another quick reminder about Band Alumni Reunion: Again, this
we welcome all Band alumni to take the field with us at halftime on November 1st as the Bruins take on the Wildcats!

You can RSVP now by e-mailing Kelly Flickinger at uclabruinband@gmail.com.

Thank you!

This year, capsule
California State Days was hosted by the Tau Beta Sigma- Zeta Xi Chapter at San Diego State University! Since I had a big midterm the following Monday, thumb I had to study for most of this trip, so some of the following events are being told from my perspective outside the activity. This district event occurred Jan 31- Feb 2.

Some Brothers and Sisters browsing the streets of San Diego

Some Brothers and Sisters browsing the streets of San Diego

After much confusion with directions (who doesn’t know street names in their surrounding area?!?), we made it to the music building, which may be even more confusing! Nevertheless, it was so fun doing a bunch of icebreakers and small introduction activities with the brothers and sisters there! Attending were brothers from UCLA, Fresno State University, and Fullerton College, and sisters from UCLA, San Diego State, and Fresno State. A few other California chapters were unable to make it.

The next day (Saturday), we had service projects to clean up the music building classrooms, where we were joined by some more people, including brothers and sisters from Northern Arizona University, which was a pleasant surprise! After we finished the service project we went to a restaurant that won Man vs Food, and then had free time because the host chapter was playing at a SDSU basketball game. Later that night, we had more games, including team-building exercises and competitions, which were so fun! I took a break from studying to participate because it was so entertaining to watch that I couldn’t resist.

Sunday morning, multiple UCLA cars left early to make sure we made it to the UCLA women’s basketball game gig (band comes first, of course!), and so we had to say good-bye to all our district friends the night before. Overall, it was a very fun district event, and I am glad I went, even with the human physiology midterm the next morning! I hope Psi and EK remain active in district events in the future!

Brothers and Sisters from all over the Western District congregating for what turned out to be a successful District Leadership Conference

Brothers and Sisters from all over the Western District congregating for what turned out to be a successful District Leadership Conference

True to its famed cinematic namesake, cardiologist Seattle was fairly sleepless for the 2014 Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma District Leadership Conference. Hosted by the Gamma chapter of UW during Valentine’s weekend, DLC was a huge success! Charlie Hall and I were the only active brothers from Psi there, and we were both able to arrive with enough time to explore Seattle on Friday morning. We visited PikePlace Market in the downtown area with some district officers and got crumpets and tea before exploring the surrounding area. We returned to UW’s campus and played some ice breaker games with brothers and sisters from around the district.

After a brief dinner break, we got down to business with the opening session of DLC, where we learned what this weekend would entail. Charlie and I planned to attend different district officer workshops so as to get the most out of what the officers were offering. We returned to our host’s house with Mu Pi (Oregon), Beta Omicron (ASU), and Omega (Arizona), for a combined total of over 30 people! It was definitely a little challenging to find a place to sleep, but somehow we made it work.

Early the next morning, a breakfast was hosted by the newly formed Western District Alumni Association, and we were immediately thrown into an enthusiastic mood with a performance by Gamma and the district council of some of their favorite pep band tunes. We headed into our first workshop block of the day, learning about how to be effective leaders on different levels of our organizations and how to work in harmony with our sister or brother organizations while still maintaining separate identities.

After lunch, we had a reading band with the first Seattle All-Star band of middle schoolers, where we rehearsed and performed a few pieces that would be recorded and given to each All-Star participant as a reminder of the experience. Our next workshop block had a workshop about communication and leadership, hosted by our district presidents, including Sarah Cox of Epsilon Kappa! Later that night, we all participated in Joint Experience as a solemn method of appreciating all we have in the bond between our organizations.

To conclude the evening, we had hot chocolate or tea and reflected on all we had gained and the ways we could bring it back to strengthen our chapters. I stayed up fairly late writing notes to some individuals that had made impressions on me that weekend, and after a few hours of sleep, we all returned to UW for closing session and lots of hugs. Overall, it was a very successful weekend, with connections made and leadership developed. Charlie and I returned to UCLA with a renewed Western District passion and excitement to finish planning Western District Convention.

Kim Bowen (2nd to the right) and Charlie Hall (far right) take in Pike's Place Market along with other members of the Western District including Tau Beta Sigma alumnus Sarah Cox (2nd to the left)

Kim Bowen (2nd to the right) and Charlie Hall (far right) take in Pike’s Place Market along with other members of the Western District including Epsilon Kappa alumnus Sarah Cox (2nd to the left)

Brothers and Sisters from all over the Western District congregating for what turned out to be a successful District Leadership Conference

Brothers and Sisters from all over the Western District congregating for what turned out to be a successful District Leadership Conference

True to its famed cinematic namesake, cardiologist Seattle was fairly sleepless for the 2014 Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma District Leadership Conference. Hosted by the Gamma chapter of UW during Valentine’s weekend, DLC was a huge success! Charlie Hall and I were the only active brothers from Psi there, and we were both able to arrive with enough time to explore Seattle on Friday morning. We visited PikePlace Market in the downtown area with some district officers and got crumpets and tea before exploring the surrounding area. We returned to UW’s campus and played some ice breaker games with brothers and sisters from around the district.

After a brief dinner break, we got down to business with the opening session of DLC, where we learned what this weekend would entail. Charlie and I planned to attend different district officer workshops so as to get the most out of what the officers were offering. We returned to our host’s house with Mu Pi (Oregon), Beta Omicron (ASU), and Omega (Arizona), for a combined total of over 30 people! It was definitely a little challenging to find a place to sleep, but somehow we made it work.

Early the next morning, a breakfast was hosted by the newly formed Western District Alumni Association, and we were immediately thrown into an enthusiastic mood with a performance by Gamma and the district council of some of their favorite pep band tunes. We headed into our first workshop block of the day, learning about how to be effective leaders on different levels of our organizations and how to work in harmony with our sister or brother organizations while still maintaining separate identities.

After lunch, we had a reading band with the first Seattle All-Star band of middle schoolers, where we rehearsed and performed a few pieces that would be recorded and given to each All-Star participant as a reminder of the experience. Our next workshop block had a workshop about communication and leadership, hosted by our district presidents, including Sarah Cox of Epsilon Kappa! Later that night, we all participated in Joint Experience as a solemn method of appreciating all we have in the bond between our organizations.

To conclude the evening, we had hot chocolate or tea and reflected on all we had gained and the ways we could bring it back to strengthen our chapters. I stayed up fairly late writing notes to some individuals that had made impressions on me that weekend, and after a few hours of sleep, we all returned to UW for closing session and lots of hugs. Overall, it was a very successful weekend, with connections made and leadership developed. Charlie and I returned to UCLA with a renewed Western District passion and excitement to finish planning Western District Convention.

Kim Bowen (2nd to the right) and Charlie Hall (far right) take in Pike's Place Market along with other members of the Western District including Tau Beta Sigma alumnus Sarah Cox (2nd to the left)

Kim Bowen (2nd to the right) and Charlie Hall (far right) take in Pike’s Place Market along with other members of the Western District including Epsilon Kappa alumnus Sarah Cox (2nd to the left)

Josh Epportmore about
ever the hardcore Bruin fan, cheers on his team.” width=”300″ height=”199″ class=”size-medium wp-image-1541″ /> Josh, ever the hardcore Bruin fan, cheers on his team.Class: Beta Xi

Year @ UCLA: 4th

Major: Music History

Instrument: Tuba

Favorite Bruin Athlete: Brett Hundley

In what was Josh Epport’s last season with the UCLA Marching Band, Josh describes the experience as bittersweet but a great ride. Particularly, he spent this year’s Bay Area trip returning to spots he visited his freshman year. Also, being in the senior circle after a devastating loss to ASU was tough as it made him as well as many other seniors come to the realization that the marching band experience was coming to an end. However, good times followed that night as the Bruins saw redemption against the Trojans the very next week.

While this year’s defeat of the Trojans at the Coliseum was amazing, Josh says that his favorite memory with the UCLA Marching Band was the epic 2012 defeat of USC in the rain. The game itself was one to go down in UCLA history and it was especially spirit-rising as it erased a miserable six-year losing streak.

Overall the UCLA Marching Band has defined Josh’s time at UCLA. Playing in the Rose Bowl as well as in Pauley Pavilion has given him memories that he will never forget. Being a member of the Solid Gold Sound has been a life-long dream for Josh and he is forever grateful to have made amazing friends and to be affiliated with the marching band as well as Kappa Kappa Psi.

Currently, Josh is working on a senior thesis as part of his Music History major. For his topic, he has chosen to write about none other but the subject of marching band. His paper will discuss how the college marching band impacts the culture and the experience of college football. His goal is to prove that in even in today’s technologically advancing world, the college marching band should remain in college football. This thesis was Josh’s labor of love.

Additionally, Josh invites anybody who is interested in reading his thesis to contact him at joshepport@gmail.com.

Brothers and Sisters from all over the Western District congregating for what turned out to be a successful District Leadership Conference

Brothers and Sisters from all over the Western District congregating for what turned out to be a successful District Leadership Conference

True to its famed cinematic namesake, cardiologist Seattle was fairly sleepless for the 2014 Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma District Leadership Conference. Hosted by the Gamma chapter of UW during Valentine’s weekend, DLC was a huge success! Charlie Hall and I were the only active brothers from Psi there, and we were both able to arrive with enough time to explore Seattle on Friday morning. We visited PikePlace Market in the downtown area with some district officers and got crumpets and tea before exploring the surrounding area. We returned to UW’s campus and played some ice breaker games with brothers and sisters from around the district.

After a brief dinner break, we got down to business with the opening session of DLC, where we learned what this weekend would entail. Charlie and I planned to attend different district officer workshops so as to get the most out of what the officers were offering. We returned to our host’s house with Mu Pi (Oregon), Beta Omicron (ASU), and Omega (Arizona), for a combined total of over 30 people! It was definitely a little challenging to find a place to sleep, but somehow we made it work.

Early the next morning, a breakfast was hosted by the newly formed Western District Alumni Association, and we were immediately thrown into an enthusiastic mood with a performance by Gamma and the district council of some of their favorite pep band tunes. We headed into our first workshop block of the day, learning about how to be effective leaders on different levels of our organizations and how to work in harmony with our sister or brother organizations while still maintaining separate identities.

After lunch, we had a reading band with the first Seattle All-Star band of middle schoolers, where we rehearsed and performed a few pieces that would be recorded and given to each All-Star participant as a reminder of the experience. Our next workshop block had a workshop about communication and leadership, hosted by our district presidents, including Sarah Cox of Epsilon Kappa! Later that night, we all participated in Joint Experience as a solemn method of appreciating all we have in the bond between our organizations.

To conclude the evening, we had hot chocolate or tea and reflected on all we had gained and the ways we could bring it back to strengthen our chapters. I stayed up fairly late writing notes to some individuals that had made impressions on me that weekend, and after a few hours of sleep, we all returned to UW for closing session and lots of hugs. Overall, it was a very successful weekend, with connections made and leadership developed. Charlie and I returned to UCLA with a renewed Western District passion and excitement to finish planning Western District Convention.

Kim Bowen (2nd to the right) and Charlie Hall (far right) take in Pike's Place Market along with other members of the Western District including Tau Beta Sigma alumnus Sarah Cox (2nd to the left)

Kim Bowen (2nd to the right) and Charlie Hall (far right) take in Pike’s Place Market along with other members of the Western District including Epsilon Kappa alumnus Sarah Cox (2nd to the left)

Josh Epportmore about
ever the hardcore Bruin fan, cheers on his team.” width=”300″ height=”199″ class=”size-medium wp-image-1541″ /> Josh, ever the hardcore Bruin fan, cheers on his team.Class: Beta Xi

Year @ UCLA: 4th

Major: Music History

Instrument: Tuba

Favorite Bruin Athlete: Brett Hundley

In what was Josh Epport’s last season with the UCLA Marching Band, Josh describes the experience as bittersweet but a great ride. Particularly, he spent this year’s Bay Area trip returning to spots he visited his freshman year. Also, being in the senior circle after a devastating loss to ASU was tough as it made him as well as many other seniors come to the realization that the marching band experience was coming to an end. However, good times followed that night as the Bruins saw redemption against the Trojans the very next week.

While this year’s defeat of the Trojans at the Coliseum was amazing, Josh says that his favorite memory with the UCLA Marching Band was the epic 2012 defeat of USC in the rain. The game itself was one to go down in UCLA history and it was especially spirit-rising as it erased a miserable six-year losing streak.

Overall the UCLA Marching Band has defined Josh’s time at UCLA. Playing in the Rose Bowl as well as in Pauley Pavilion has given him memories that he will never forget. Being a member of the Solid Gold Sound has been a life-long dream for Josh and he is forever grateful to have made amazing friends and to be affiliated with the marching band as well as Kappa Kappa Psi.

Currently, Josh is working on a senior thesis as part of his Music History major. For his topic, he has chosen to write about none other but the subject of marching band. His paper will discuss how the college marching band impacts the culture and the experience of college football. His goal is to prove that in even in today’s technologically advancing world, the college marching band should remain in college football. This thesis was Josh’s labor of love.

Additionally, Josh invites anybody who is interested in reading his thesis to contact him at joshepport@gmail.com.

The Psi chapter would like to extend congratulations to all of our new candidates for this year! The Beta Rho class passed through our First Degree ceremony on January 25. Afterwards, salve
we enjoyed a classy, medicine
delicious meal at Hokkaido Seafood Buffet. We feasted on all-you-can-eat sushi, pfizer
crab legs, salmon, and other wonderful dishes. To top it all off, a chocolate fondue machine added a layer of decadence to our evening (and perhaps a layer of fat to our stomachs). We appreciate all the alumni and district visitors for coming out, and we hope to see more of you on February 22 for Second Degree!

Say hi to the Beta Rho class! Our Vice President, Charlie Hall, kneels in the foreground. Front Row: Robert Brusch, Eric Hernandez, Erick Corona, Mark Cunningham, Justin Hang, Bailee Murphy, April Johnson, Annie Cheng, Riley Scott Back Row: Herman Lu, Zack Jones, Joseph Yi, Zach Thoennes, Caitlin Thompson, Julia Karstens, Bill Greenwald, Erik Zepeda Not Pictured: Vinny Chou, Nick DiNiro, Jason Tom

Say hi to the Beta Rho class! Our Vice President, Charlie Hall, kneels in the foreground.
Front Row: Robert Brusch, Eric Hernandez, Erick Corona, Mark Cunningham, Justin Hang, Bailee Murphy, April Johnson, Annie Cheng, Riley Scott
Back Row: Herman Lu, Zack Jones, Joseph Yi, Zach Thoennes, Caitlin Thompson, Julia Karstens, Bill Greenwald, Erik Zepeda
Not Pictured: Vinny Chou, Nick DiNiro, Jason Tom

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