Check out the current issue of Washington Beta Bylines by going to the newsletter page under alumni.
Washington Beta Chapter
Washington Beta Remains Top Chapter on Campus
Brothers Welcome Positive Change
This spring, Washington Beta is working to build off of our successes from the past, while also improving each and every day. Whether it is remaining a top chapter academically, or strengthening our campus relationships, Washington Beta continues to make an impact at Washington State University.
Washington Beta Welcomes New Members, Staff
Our fall new members were successfully initiated and our new member educator worked diligently to educate our new brothers on the values and ethics of our fraternity as we strive to build better men with the upmost gentlemanly attributes. Aside from welcoming 34 new members this fall, we also welcomed a new house director and chapter cook. Since Dave Bahoric began his role as house director in August, the chapter has improved and Dave has been a great asset in helping us structure our goals. Additionally, our new cook has been preparing nutritious meals, improving the well-being of our chapter.
Strengthening Relations on Campus
We have built great relationships with the Greek community and have been actively participating in philanthropic events. Last fall, we teamed up with Delta Gamma to raise money for their housemother, who was recently diagnosed with cancer. As the spring semester progresses, we are planning to hold many philanthropic events and will continue to accumulate a large number of community service hours while helping the Pullman community.
Washington Beta is also thriving academically. Last fall, our GPA ranked third amongst fraternities at Washington State and we will continue to work toward reclaiming the number one spot. The leaders of our chapter attended multiple leadership conferences and retreats to improve themselves and ΣΑΕ. Additionally, we are heavily involved in intramurals, with roughly half of our chapter competing.
Thank You, Alumni
The men of Washington Beta are proud to conserve the rich history of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. We thank you for your continued support and guidance and realize we would not be the chapter we are today without you. We hope to continue our academic, philanthropic, and membership success in hopes to pave the path toward success for future brothers of our chapter.
Jack Sparks ’19