Students can found their own fraternities
November 29, 2005 - Red and Black
Over 1,000 young men rush the 27 fraternity chapters on campus every year. However, there are times when a student can’t find a fraternity that suits his personality....
Alpha Tau Omega president Ryan Connor said when his fraternity obtained its charter in fall 2004 it had its national president and executive members fly in for initiation. “We got our charter in less than a year. Nationals were strict, but it was great,” Connor said. “They wanted to make sure we had a group of motivated guys dedicated to the cause.” When ATO received its charter, it had about 40 brothers and the number continues to be stable...
Campus mourns losses of current, former student
November 29, 2005 - Pacer - Martin, TN
Elwyn Gaissert, pillar of community
November 28, 2005 - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
"He gave his heart and soul to the city and its people," said Cheryl Greenway of Roswell, president of the Roswell Rotary Club...
While earning a degree in industrial management at Georgia Tech, the Morgan County native made a difficult phone call that had powerful repercussions. As president of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, he called the father of a member to explain that his son was not performing up to capacity.
"The father was appreciative and so impressed with Dad's forthrightness and concern that he offered him a job as plant manager at the Roswell Co.," said his son, Elwyn Gaissert II of Alpharetta...
Fraternity reports theft
November 21, 2005 - Indiana Daily Student
A female reported two or three of her friends had been allegedly assaulted early Friday morning at a party at the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity...
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