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BALL STATE ALPHA TAU OMEGA BROTHER CEVEN WEBB WINS MR. PHI-NOMENAL 2019

27 February

Mr. Phi-Nomenal is an annual philanthropy event hosted by Alpha Phi at Emens Auditorium. The proceeds of the event go to the Alpha Phi Foundation in support of women’s heart disease. Men sign up to participate in the talent show in hopes of being crowned "Mr. Phi.” This is the…

BALL STATE THETA ALPHA CHAPTER PARTICIPATES IN RILEY DANCE MARATHON!

19 February

This past weekend, members of Alpha Tau Omega and Phi Mu, along with many other organizations, spent 13 hours dancing for Riley Dance Marathon. Members spent their time dancing and getting to know the Riley kids and their families. Other events featured at the marathon included a lip sync battle…

BALL STATE ALPHA TAU OMEGA ATTENDS EMERGING LEADERS CONFERENCE!

8 February

Last weekend, 15 brothers attended the Emerging Leaders Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana. At this conference, more than ten other Alpha Tau Omega chapters came together to learn more about what it truly means to be in Alpha Tau Omega. The Emerging Leaders Conference is a great opportunity for members to…

BALL STATE ALPHA TAU OMEGA DONATES TIME AT LOCAL SOUP KITCHEN!

31 January

Ball State’s Alpha Tau Omega chapter joined last weekend with Alpha Phi sorority to volunteer at a local Muncie, Indiana soup kitchen. Brothers spent time helping the facility clean their kitchen and serving hall. The time provided an opportunity for each organization to continue our efforts to give back to…

BALL STATE ELECTS NEW CHAPLAIN DYLAN PATTERSON!

31 January

Dylan Patterson, a sophomore studying communications, has been elected Ball State Alpha Tau Omega’s new chaplain. Dylan is excited to strengthen our brotherhood and to use our new chapter house to allow brothers to talk about personal items in an open environment. Another great event is moms day, where brothers…

Sub Zero

30 January

The Midwest is currently experiencing record cold temperatures. This reminds me of the winter of 1978-79 in Muncie, when it was so cold and we had so much snow, that travel was banned. The authorities were requesting 4 wheel drive vehicles with teams of 4 to deliver medicine. Brother David…

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