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  • Tau Tug 2018: University of Georgia - Georgia
    On April 14th, the Alpha Tau Omega Chapter on the University of Georgia Campus opened their yard to the 7th annual Tau Tug. The event featured a mud filled pit, a rope, and seven hundred people to pull on it. Teams of fifteen competed in bracket style competition for the Tau Tug Championship. Each team had to pay an entrance fee to participate, and of the proceeds went to the... 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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Some of the brothers of the Eta Nu chapter took home 1st place in intramural flag football. Read More
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At the end of every semester, the brothers of Beta Iota invite close friends and family over to our house to enjoy some much needed comfort food during finals week. Good luck to everyone on their exams! Read More
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Earlier this semester, brothers and alumni of Beta Iota attended the induction of John Robertson into Georgia Tech's Greek Hall of Fame. Among his many accomplishments, Mr. Robertson studied chemical engineering during his time at Georgia Tech, but he later went on to serve in the U.S. Navy, graduate from Harvard Business School, and become a Senior Vice President at Waffle House! Mr. Robertson was a faithful servant of the Beta Iota Chapter for many years, but his passion for ATO also led him to being highly involved in the ATO national organization and the ATO foundation. We are very... Read More
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