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    Chapter Update Winter 2016

    December 31, 2016
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    3 Brothers Become Alumni At the end of the 2016 fall semester, we said thank you and goodbye to three members of Indiana Kappa. In the final chapter for the semester, Eli Voyles, Bond 797, Ian Smith, Bond 779, and Louie Wieseman, Bond 778,  gave their final address as actives and willed down their Phi Delt-related possessions before officially becoming a Phi Delt alumnus. We thank them for their work and dedication to the chapter during their time here at Ball State.   Moms Day   Indiana Kappa hosted their first Moms Day event to honor all the mothers...
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    INK Advisor Wins Excellence in Teaching Award

    November 2, 2016
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    On November 1st during the Ball State and Western Michigan football game Bond #601, Adam Ballart, was recognized as one of recipients of Ball State University’s Excellence in Teaching Award. Only three professors from Ball State are selected each year for this award. The selection process for the award first begins with the students as they nominate professors they think have excelled within their teaching position, created new innovative ways to learn in the classroom, and have put an emphasis on student engagement. From there ten nominees are selected and interviewed by a small committee made up of faculty...
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    Never going to stop me: Phi Delta Theta’s new expansion consultant

    June 2, 2015
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    One of the more challenging and intriguing parts of Greek Life is the spectacle surrounding its recruitment process every school year. Recruitment budgets range from hundreds to thousands of dollars all in the hopes of “swooning” potential new members. It’s a never-ending cycle of cookouts, sports, information nights, game nights, convincing brothers to attend events, bowling, “BDubs,” etc. It’s the struggle of avoiding cliché Q & A’s when in reality all you really need to do is just be yourself. Then finally, it comes time to ask potential new members if they want to be a part of something...