Recently, some items from yore in the Beta Chapter at Northwestern University have been found. The Chicago Alumni Chapter was given access to this memorabilia, and we hope that by sharing pictures of these items with our brothers, it will encourage everyone to attend the 50th Grand Chapter Congress this August in Chicago. Beyond that,Continue reading “Beta Memorabilia”
2013 scholarship applications are open. You can find out more about the Chicago Alumni Chapter scholarships available, including information on how to apply for our scholarships, by reading about our Thomas M. Mocella Award and our H. G. “Gig” Wright Graduate Study Fellowship.
It is with sadness I share that Golden Council member Robert A. Mocella Sr., a 1941 initiate of Northwestern (Beta), passed away this morning at the age of 91. He had been residing at Vernon Hills (IL) in an Alzheimer’s unit, most recently under the care of hospice. Bob was Deltasig’s 2002 Lifetime Achievement recipient,Continue reading “The Passing of Bob Mocella, Sr.”
As with time, technology marches on. Your CAC Board has decided to create a Twitter account, which we plan to use for upcoming event announcements as well as other fraternity-related tweets. Join the revolution. Follow us to stay up-to-date on all the goings-on at the CAC! @ChicagoDSP
In 2002, the CAC Board of Directors began working with the Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation on a second scholarship. This new scholarship would be available to Chicago Alumni Chapter dues paid members pursuing a graduate degree. This fellowship is named after H. G. “Gig” Wright. “Gig” Wright is a past president of the ChicagoContinue reading “CAC/”Gig” Wright Fellowship”
The Thomas M. Mocella Scholarship is named in memory of Past Grand President Thomas M. Mocella. Tom was initiated at Beta Chapter at Northwestern University (Chicago Campus), and joined the national Board of Directors in 1963 as director of the Central Region (now called the Great Lakes Region). He was elected Grand President at theContinue reading “CAC/Mocella Scholarship”
The Chicago Alumni Chapter board of directors have been busy at work this year already. We decided it was important to brand our local chapter uniquely among others. So we have worked to develop a logo for the CAC. The logo is reminiscent of the seal of our great fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi. Our nameContinue reading “New CAC Logo”
There is no denying how popular Facebook has become. Originally created to be an online yearbook, millions of people use it today to write their thoughts, plan events, play games, and of course to catch up with old friends. Our goal with Facebook is to offer another way for members to find out about events,Continue reading “We Are on Facebook!”
Welcome to our new home! Go ahead, browse around! More changes coming in the near future, so check back often! Tell us what you think about the new site at the bottom of this post!
Jim Prescott has announced that after 35 years on the CAC Board that he will retire from the Board this June. Of Jim’s 35 years on the board he served as president for 7 years and 28 years as Treasurer/VP of Finance.