Chapter News – August 2022
Check out some of the latest news shared by Pilam chapters on social media. Featured: WVU, Bloomsburg, Adelphi, Baldwin Wallace, Ohio State, Grand Valley, UW Madison, Cincinnati, East Carolina, Roanoke, and VCU.
But wait, there’s more. See all the chapters who posted about attending the 2022 Leadership Conference. #PilamCon22
WVU – We’re gonna need a smaller boat
Spent the summer hunting Baby Shark, the lesser known cousin of Jaws. And did some other stuff too.
Baldwin Wallace – Retreat!
Faced challenges head-on at a brotherhood retreat. No, they did not “bravely run away,” like Sir Robin.
Bloomsburg – Not Fore Years
Hosted their second annual alumni golf outing. So they got that goin’ for them, which is nice.
Ohio State – Earned their keep in summer internships
“The first day of summer vacation, I woke up. Then I went downtown to look for a job…”
Grand Valley – Part of the family
“Adopted” by the Yates family and welcomed to their neighborhood luau.
Adelphi – Monumental trip
Stopped to admire the stature of the Washington Monument.
UW Madison – Life’s a beach
Found that beach bumming suits them just fine.
Cincinnati – Engineering your Honda
Co-oped at Honda this summer, so if your Accord doesn’t start, you know who to call.
East Carolina – Globetrotting
Visited exotic places… like Cozumel, the Dominican Republic, and Tennessee.
Roanoke – Summer pursuits
Hiked, holed out, wakeboarded, journeyed, and supported the team.
VCU – Discovered More
Volunteered at the Explore More Discovery Museum.
Convention-goers at #Pilamcon22
Frostburg – Had a flipppin’ good time
Florida State – Mugged with a heavy lifter
Shippensburg – Rubbed elbows with Pilam giants
Bloomsburg – Made it rain… with awards
Temple – Repped with a state rep
Roanoke – Took home the Rafer Johnson Award
East Carolina – Scored some kudos
Hofstra – Voted “best manualists”
WVU – Earned Fraternalism and Scholarship awards
Baldwin Wallace – “Inspired”
Eastern Washington – “Invaluable learning experience”
Virgina Tech – Learned new ways to lead
UW Madison – Made connections
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