Young Alumni Stay Close to Chapter
Psi Chapter Looks Forward to Another Successful Semester
The Psi Chapter of Sigma Chi is enjoying a fall semester filled with fun events at the University of Virginia. We look forward to building on a successful academic spring semester, with a cumulative GPA of 3.317, well above the U.Va. fraternity average of 3.266.
Recent Graduates Remain Involved
The Psi Chapter would like to extend congratulations to our recent graduates who have successfully entered both the professional world and graduate studies programs. Our Alumni from the class of 2014 have been very successful in their transition from undergraduate studies. Corbin Bagenstose ’14 and Phillip Connell ’14 have both started graduate school at U.Va., so we have not had to say goodbye to them. Other graduates have already begun their careers, such as Brian Ohlhausen ’14, who is working at the investment bank Houlihan Lokey.
Members Look Forward to Fall Events
The fall semester holds many of the Chapter’s favorite social events, with our ’90s party being the most anticipated. Brothers also enjoy tailgating for football games and spending time together during other fall events such as our whitewater rafting trip and Alumni pig roast, all of which serve to strengthen the bonds of our Brotherhood. The Chapter also puts great emphasis on continuing our long tradition of service to Charlottesville and the U.Va. community through participation in organizations like Madison House, a local nonprofit that helps to organize U.Va. student volunteers to work as tutors, construction workers, role medels, and peer counselors. We are grateful to our Alumni for your continued support of our Fraternity, and very much hope you will stop by the Chapter House when you are in Charlottesville so we can introduce ourselves and tell you why it is so great to be a Psi of Sigma Chi.
Neil Ohlhausen ’16