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Dear Alpha Delta Alumni:

Once again, it is time for the annual Indianapolis-area alumni dinner. The Date is Thursday, February 22, 2018, so mark your calendars and BE THERE!

UNLIKE PAST YEARS, we decided there WILL be planned speeches, but still no collections, except for your dinner and drinks, and absolutely no other agenda. Appetizers will be provided! Traditionally, this has been a terrific get-together of old and new friends and an opportunity to build social and business relationships.

To explain further, we have come to feel like there has been some lack of updates and misperceptions of the activities at 800 David Road. The house is on target to double in occupancy this Fall from Spring of last year. We are looking at coming off probation after this semester, while almost half the houses are on some sort of probation. To clarify questions about growth, alcohol rules today, our Top 10 GPA status out of 40 houses, etc., we are having new President Andrew Callas and a couple other members of Exec speak to everyone for a little bit during halftime. They, of course, will be mingling all evening to meet and introduce themselves. There are a lot of GREAT things going on in our Chapter!

We are also working on better alumni communications, including updating the database. With the above agenda, we hope you take a few minutes and reach out to your brethren and encourage them to RSVP, in case we have lost track of some alums.

The meeting place is The District Tap3720 E. 82nd St., Indianapolis, IN 46240. It is between Keystone Avenue and Allisonville Road, just south of I-465. Theta Chi Alumni will have numerous tables reserved in the side party room, so just ask the hostess for Theta Chi.

The social hour will begin at 5:30pm, with an opportunity to order dinner. We will enjoy the Purdue vs. Illinois men’s basketball game on the TVs. Tip-off time for the game is scheduled for 7:00pm.

Please RSVP by calling 317-341-1679 or email to 

We look forward to seeing YOU at the dinner!!




History of Theta Chi – National Organization

Theta Chi Society, as it was originally known, was founded at Norwich University, Norwich Vermont, at nine o’clock on April 10, 1856.

As the story goes, Fredrick Norton Freeman 1857 and Arthur Chase 1856 met in Freemen’s room in the Old South Barracks of the University and mutually took the oaths prescribed declaring each other true and accepted members of Theta Chi. From this humble beginning Theta Chi Fraternity has grown to its present status as an elite college fraternity.

The lives of the founders of Theta Chi should be interesting to us now as we turn back the pages of history nearly 150 years. The degree to which they planned and organized their original organization is remarkable.

Their foresight is attested by the fact that throughout thelong years since our founding the fundamentals of the organization, as expressed in the original constitution, to this day remain unchanged. The oaths taken by Freeman and Chase on that April evening long ago have since been shared by every man initiated into Theta Chi.

In the first decade of the Fraternity’s existence a number of serious handicaps were experienced. The Civil War greatly depleted the student body at Norwich, a military school. A fire, which destroyed most of the University, occurred in 1866. In the fire, the Old South Barracks the building where Theta Chi was founded burned to the ground, taking with it many records of the organization. Low attendance also affected the school during this time. In the fall of 1866 the school opened with only nineteen students; however Theta Chi continued to initiate new members.

In 1881, however, the student body of Norwich was reduced to only twelve members and Theta Chi had only one active undergraduate. James Holland, 1883 saved Theta Chi from possible extinction when, with the help of local alumni, he initiated two new members, thus preserving the fraternity.

With the establishment of Beta Chapter at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston, a new era of expansion began for Theta Chi Fraternity. Although hindered by a serious depression and two world wars, Theta Chi has grown, and prospered beyond the dreams of its founders.

Today Theta Chi is an International Fraternity with chapters at 140 different educational institutions across the United States and Canada. Nearly 150,000 men have been initiated as members of Theta Chi Fraternity and its alumni include a long list of distinguished professionals.

Coat of Arms


The current Coat of Arms of Theta Chi has been in use since 1939.


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