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Delta Chi Ready to Continue Tradition with UNH Community

Sam Cox

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As the 2009 school year gets under way, many new and returning traditions are in the air for the men of Delta Chi. The month of September is looking to be a busy month. Recruitment week starts Sept. 21 at 9:00pm in the Quad. The events for recruitment week include Duckpin Bowling with Chi Kappa Rho, meet the brothers flag football, man hunt, and the Smoker at Gipper’s Restaurant in Milford.

As the month of September comes to an end, Delta Chi is ready to help bring back Charger football with the Blueout Blowout Homecoming Game 2009 at the Ralph F. DellaCamera Stadium.  The brothers will be participating in the float parade and cheering on the team.

In the month of October, the organization will be volunteering at food shelters and soup kitchens around the New Haven area and will be participating in the ALS walk. At the end of the month, the brothers will be hosting their annual blood drive to benefit the Red Cross. Look for the sign up table in the Bartels lobby. A new tradition Delta Chi looks to start is volunteering at the VA Hospital with the help of Professor Dr. J. Monahan. The VA Hospital depends on volunteers and benefactors to give something back to America’s heroes. By volunteering the brothers will provide many important functions throughout the facility and make the patients’ stay more enjoyable.

The brothers would like to acknowledge fellow student of the University and brother of Delta Chi on being elected Vice President of the USGA, Senior Christopher S. Dempsey.
Congratulations Chris and good luck Chargers!

WE BLEED BLUE!!!

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Delta Chi Ready to Continue Tradition with UNH Community