Roadshow Chapter Snapshot
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
August 9
The brothers of Alpha Pi are very grateful to be named a True Merit chapter for the second year in a row. Thank you to everyone who made this award possible. We strive to continue to demonstrate the immutable principles upon which our fraternity was based.
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
August 17
Brother David Alonso '19 earned the Army Achievement Medal during his annual training this summer. This training lasts about 2 weeks, and involves training for the job that he intends to do. Nice work, David!
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
August 30
A few brothers and alumni ventured out with some members of W&J's chapter of Delta Gamma to Cook Forest State Park for a weekend of camping fun. Looks like a blast!
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
September 16
Brother Connor Robbick completed his first corporate internship at Reliance Standard Life insurance this summer in the marketing, business intelligence and finance department. Pictured left to right are fellow interns in the intern program: Connor Robick, Natalie, Julia, and Bailey.
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
September 16
President Chase McKevitt spent the summer working under Dr. Flores Rutjes at Radboud University in The Netherlands this summer. In the lab, he had been doing organic synthesis. Specifically, he was working to add to a collection of enzyme inhibitors that could potentially be used for cancer treatment. His experience was funded by W&J's Merck program. Great job, Chase!
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
October 5
Peter interned in the laboratory of Keith Nehrke, Ph.D., in the Department of Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester, New York. Peter’s research focused on using the roundworm Caenorhabditis elegans to study mitophagy, the process through which damaged or dysfunctional mitochondria are eliminated. Specifically, he examined the role of an hypoxia-induced mitophagy receptor in eliminating sperm mitochondria following fertilization. Nematodes, much like humans, follow a strict maternal pattern of inheritance of mitochondrial DNA; this study may help to elucidate the mechanism behind this phenomenon. Pete's research opportiunity was funded by W&J’s Merck Internships program.
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
October 9
Brother Jordan Hosfelt took part in an NSF REU program in chemical biology this summer at New York University. While there, he studied the structure of mutant forms of the membrane protein FGFR kinase. These studies may help to shed light on the mechanisms behind drug resistance and up-regulation of these cancer-causing mutant proteins in humans.
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
November 2
Brothers Mario Tiberie, Adam Hrycko, Connor Robick, and David Alonso attended the Modern Languages Open House to learn more about the language courses offered at the college and network with professors. There was also a celebration of the Day of the Dead!
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
December 3
At Washington & Jefferson College, ATO hosted a networking and résumé building event open to the campus community. Here, Northwestern Mutual gave advice on how to establish your brand, networking, introduction statements, and business skills.
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
December 13
After a semester full of hard-work and finals approaching, our brothers did a secret Santa gift exchange in the spirit of the season. Additionally, our brothers decorated our house which won the competition of being best decorated.
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
January 30
Brother Robick and his girlfriend, a KKG at W&J, travel to Barcelona to see La Sagrada Familia and Casa Batllo architectural masterpieces designed by Antoni Guadi.
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
January 31
A few Taus got together and went on a skiing trip this past weekend at Hidden Valley before the semester started. In the photo (from left to right) there are Brothers Prezioso, Joyce, D'Amico, Icenhour, Mastran, and Mensah. This was a much needed trip, especially after receiving the highest GPA of all fraternities on campus last semester.
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
February 2
Brother Emmanuel Mensah (Junior) traveled and visited Tuscon, Arizona, for his intercession class to study immigration and border patrol over winter break. While there, Junior spoke with the Samaritans, local humanitarians, Reverend John Fife, a W&J alumni, and climbed Picacho Peak. Way to go, Junior!
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
February 2
Brother Robick visited Liverpool and attended the LFC vs. Manchester City with his girlfriend, Alex. Together, they enjoyed the game and further explored Liverpool.
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
February 6
Brothers attend "Meet the Greeks" to give information about our upcoming rush week and scholarship interviews!
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Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
Washington & Jefferson - Alpha Pi
February 8
Brother Ryan DeMayo is studying abroad this semester in Quito, Ecuador. He says that being in a country other than the United States is really different and it is teaching him different things. He is taking full advantage of this opportunity by making connections and networking and exploring the city of Quito. He plans on exploring to Mindo and/or Cotopaxi as well while he is there. All of his classes are in Spanish which helps accelerate his understanding and comprehension of Spanish. He believes that he has finally gotten to full comprehension of Spanish. Great job, Ryan!
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