By JOEY AUER, BT
Over the course of this fall quarter, our chapter engaged in another successful recruitment season. While the candidate process has changed with the passing of the Road to Wisdom national curriculum, our recruitment has remained consistent over the past few years. Recruitment began during band camp, where we coordinated days to wear our gray and navy chapter shirts and wore nametags welcoming band members to ask us about who we are and what we do. A few weeks into the quarter, we held our joint information session with the sisters of EK and walked interested members through the logistics of what our organizations do and how they can join. The event was largely successful thanks to brothers Josh Horita and Chris Routh and alumna Amanda Albini. Josh was my voice for the night when a sore throat made talking difficult and Chris and Amanda gave testimonies about their experiences in Psi.
Recruitment continued with Day in the Park at Sunset Rec, Joint Speed Dating after a rehearsal, and Joint Game Night
up in Hedrick Hall. At these events, brothers were able to interact with potential candidates in a variety of settings. As we prepare for noms and bids, I am confident that the recruitment process will help us make informed decisions about
who to extend offers of membership to. We are excited that the Beta Chi class will soon embark on the journey of the candidate process, and we look forward to seeing many of you at their degrees!