Theta Mu Provisional Chapter
Northern Illinois University
Founded: Not Chartered
On November 19, 2016, 46 men were initiated into the Theta Mu Provisional Chapter at Northern Illinois University. Assisting Coordinator of Chapter Development Samir Hafiz, Pi Kappa Alpha - Western Carolina ’10 and their Grand Chapter Advisor Scott Woodfill, Grand Valley ’08, with the initiation were members from the Delta Chi Chapter at Elmhurst College. The Silent Dinner took place in the Campus Life Building, room 100. The Initiation Ceremony took place in Dusable Hall, rooms 204, 206, and 228. The following men were present:
Erik Marato, Elmhurst '13, Lucas Barnard, Elmhurst '14, Andrew Connet, Elmhurst '15, Nick Schulberg, Elmhurst '15, Thomas Sullivan, Elmhurst '15, Carlos Cantu, Elmhurst '15, and and Luis Aburto, Elmhurst '16.
On November 20th 2016, the Theta Mu Provisional Chapter was also installed and Niel Patel, NIU ’16 was the Provisional Chapter President at the time of the ceremony. The installation ceremony took place in Dusable Hall, room 176 on the NIU campus.
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