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  • Tau Competes In American Ninja Warrior - Georgia Tech
    Spencer Wyckoff, Georgia Tech '06, got a chance to do something incredible — compete on American Ninja Warrior. 

    Wyckoff landed an audition on the show at the Atlanta Qualifier which aired on June 9th. You can watch that full episode here. But the 28-year old did not compete for himself — he did it for his sister. 

    Wyckoff's sister, Carden, suffers from facioscapulohumeral muscular... Read More

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  • Cade-Johnson
    From Cancer Survivor to Cancer Researcher

    By Cade Johnson, Lamar '15

    When I was eleven, I was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, TX. I battled for several years before my chemotherapy regimen ended, and I still go back once a year for checkups.

    After I finished chemotherapy, I didn’t want to see the inside of a hospital again unless I absolutely had to. I hated cancer for the things it... Read More



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The brothers of Beta Kappa have been very busy this summer, working, traveling, and interning across the world. The first brother we will feature in this series is Josh Orlaski ('16). Josh is interning in the office of United States Representative Tom McClintock (CA-04) in Washington, D.C. His daily tasks include scheduling and giving tours of the United States Capitol Building, processing service requests, and answering constituent mail and phone calls. He also conducts various research projects given to him by various staffers in the office, and attends briefings and writes on his areas of expertise which include tax reform... Read More
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The brothers of the Alpha Sigma chapter couldn't get enough of each other in one school year, so some of the brothers decided to take a road trip from Oregon to California. The group spent over a week traveling around northern and southern California staying at different brothers houses and hotels along the way. It was awesome to see brothers bonding and learning about one another outside of school! Read More
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Brother Chuck Adolph has recently accepted a job with the city of spencer police department. This is the start to a great career for Chuck that he has worked tirelessly for his who life. Chuck says, "[He] can't wait to get out in the community and make an impact on people lives for the better. I just hope I can be as good of a role model as my dad [Deputy Adolph] is back in my hometown." Read More
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