Theta Pi Provisional Chapter
University of Kansas
Founded: Not Chartered
On November 5th, 2016, 63 men were initiated into the Theta Pi Provisional Chapter at the University of Kansas. Assisting Coordinator of Chapter Development Brannan Crossno, Oklahoma State ’14 and their Grand Chapter Advisor Matthew McNamara, Grand Valley State ’08, with the initiation were members from the Eta Alpha Chapter at Oklahoma State University. The ceremony took place in the Kansas Memorial Union Ballroom, Parlor and Jayhawk Room. The following men were present:
James Darling, Oklahoma State '14, Gavin Swenson, Oklahoma State '14, Austin Teders, Oklahoma State '14, Evan Lerch, Oklahoma State '14, William Hopper, Oklahoma State '15, Bronson Bata, Oklahoma State '15, Adam Vrzal, Oklahoma State '16, and Braden Wagoner, Oklahoma State '16.
On this night, the Theta Pi Provisional Chapter was also installed and JT Molina, KU ’16 was the Provisional Chapter President at the time of the ceremony. The installation took place in the Kansas Memorial Union on the KU campus and the men noted above were also in attendance for this occasion.
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