The Iota Nus
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Last weekend, 20 collegiate brothers from Iota Nu (1/3 of our active chapter!) had the opportunity to attend the LEAD School in Kansas City, MO. We enjoyed meeting up with alumni in attendance, including Dan Tracy, Joe Shaver, and Randy Hultz.
Collegiate Brother Spotlight
Jeni Koo (IN 1400) is a senior Management major and Psychology minor who was born in Korea and grew up in Guatemala. In addition to DSP, Jeni stays involved on campus as the president of International Club and a Spanish tutor. After graduation, she plans to go to law school and hopefully enter corporate law or return to Guatemala to work on immigration law. Jeni has a soft spot for La Pa's food and enjoys watching movies, reading, and binge-watching Criminal Minds and Korean dramas. Jeni's optimism is contagious, and we are proud to call her a brother!
Trunk or Treat
Brothers helped the children of Kirksville celebrate Halloween by passing out candy at the trunk-or-treat event on campus.
Brothers enjoyed spending time with alumni at the tailgate before the Homecoming football game. The Truman bulldogs beat the Missouri S&T Miners 41-39 in the thrilling game!
Call for Professional Speakers
Interested in speaking with collegiate brothers about your career and how DSP helped you achieve success in your professional life? Email Connor Mayer (VP of Professional Activities) at email@example.com if you would be willing to visit campus or host a webinar next semester.
November 15th, 8:00 pm, Dukum Inn
The event includes free appetizers, a cash bar, and lots of fun games with brothers!
November 16th, 8:30 am, Magruder 2007
Join us for a free breakfast before Initiation!
November 16th, 10:00 am, Magruder 2001
Help us welcome new brothers to the Fraternity!
We hope to see you there!
Interested in visiting Truman State University? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We love to show alumni around campus!
Alumni Facebook Group
Join our Alumni Facebook Group to stay connected to the chapter and learn about upcoming events.
To celebrate Halloween, brothers gathered for a bonfire at the University Farm. Pictured above are brothers who dressed as the characters from "The Wizard of Oz."
Thanks to our participants and volunteers, we raised $231 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation at our annual 5K on October 26th. Brother Connor Mayer (IN 1402) received second place in the race with a time of 22:36, and both Connor Mayer and Seth Edwards (IN 1409) placed in the costume contest.
Before the weather got too cold, brothers made a trip to clean up our highway.
St. Louis Blues Game
For our winter alumni event, we invite you to attend a St. Louis Blues game with other Deltasigs. Sign up to attend at the following link. Information about time, place, and payment is included in the document. Only 39 tickets are available for the game, so be sure to get yours before it is too late!
Iota Nu Leadership Fund
The Iota Nu Leadership Fund is a chapter-specific account within the Leadership Foundation for alumni, friends, and family to make donations to support the Iota Nu chapter.
With the fund, Iota Nu can request grants to cover direct costs related to a DSP program, including registration fees, travel, and lodging for Presidents’ Academies, LEAD Provincial Conferences, LEAD Schools, and Grand Chapter Congresses.
Donations can be made to the Iota Nu Leadership Fund online at dsp.org/donate (click on “Designate my gift for special interest” then choose “Chapter Leadership Funds” and "Iota Nu Leadership Fund").
Thank you for your support!
Legacy of Excellence Fund
The Delta Sigma Pi Legacy of Excellence Fund provides meaningful, multipurpose funds to the School of Business and creates a perpetual funding stream for the School. To learn more and make a donation, please visit this link.
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