Alpha Tau Omega Eta Pi Update

Parent-Alumni Weekend

Eta Pi Chapter Update

Everything is going well in the Eta Pi Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega. We were privileged to have the opportunity to celebrate ATO's 150th anniversary this spring. The Eta Pi Chapter of ATO will be initiating the Upsilon pledge class later this spring. New officers have been inducted and are busy taking the chapter to new heights.

New Officers

President: Corbin Lee

Corbin is a Sophomore Engineering major from Greenville, SC. He is heavily involved on campus which has included serving on Freshman Council last year and on Student Government Senate this year.

Vice President: Beau Brown

Beau is Senior Environmental Engineering major from Beaufort, SC. He was a student athlete participating as a safety for the Clemson Football team.

Chaplain: William Tutterow

William is a Sophomore Pre-Business major from Charleston, SC. He has implemented a weekly bible study for the Chapter and has increased ATO's involvement in Greek IV, a place where Greek Life and Christianity co-exist.

Secretary: Max Mueller

Max is Sophomore Financial Management major from Dallas, TX. Max previously served a True Merit chair to help the chapter apply for ATO's National True Merit Award.

Treasurer: Hayne Floyd

Hayne is a Sophomore Finance major from Aiken, SC. He also received a 4.0 his first year at Clemson.

Historian: Jerrold Watson

Jerrold is a Junior History major from Batesburg, SC. He is also a member of CU Water Drop, which is a free program that provides water to events for any Clemson student where alcohol will be present to promote safe drinking habits.

Risk Management: Mitch McCarter

Mitch is a Sophomore Finance Management major from Spartanburg, SC. He is also involved in ClemsonLIFE, a program at Clemson University is designed for students with intellectual disabilities who desire a postsecondary experience on a college campus.

Philanthropy Chair: Drew Ricard

Drew is a Junior Financial Management major from Pomaria, SC. He is also the President of the Student Alumni Council, which serves as the liaison between the student body and the Alumni Association.

Rush Chair: Kevin Galvao

Kevin is a Sophomore Finance major from Greenville, SC. He is also the President of a Relay For Life group, which features campus and community events that offer an opportunity to honor the cancer survivors in your life, promote how you can reduce your cancer risk, and raise money to help find a cure.

Parent-Alumni Chair: Davis Osborn

Davis is a Sophomore Microbiology major from Greenville, SC. He is also a member of the Greek Programming Board, which promotes unity between all Greek Councils.

Welcome Newly Initiated Brothers!

The Alpha Tau Omega ETA Pi Chapter would like to formally welcome our newly initiated brothers of the Tau pledge class.


Congratulations!


Chase Edmunds - Raleigh, NC

Tommy Whitmore - Charlotte, NC

Drew DeMaine - Charlotte, NC

Connor Prevost - Raleigh, NC

Jamey O'Shaughnessey - Atlanta, GA

Reed Gaston - Carrollton, GA

Mitchell Bauschka - Lexington, SC

Brennan Burns - Mountain Home, AK

Dalton Infinger - Moncks Corner, SC

Burt Fine - Aiken, SC

Frank Haynes - Summerville, SC

Madison Socha - Summerville, SC

Tanner Parsons - Orlando, FL

Mitchell Lawson - Greenville, SC

Sullivan Byrd - Chapin, SC

Clay Oliver - Hilton Head, SC

Landon Simcoe - Anderson, SC

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Alpha Tau Omega's 150th Anniversary

At dawn on May 11, 1865, 257 cadets from the Virginia Military Institute started their march from Lexington, VA towards New Market. Four days later on May 15, 1865, these young men fought together in the Battle of New Market. The war drug on for 11 more months.


On September 11, 1865; Otis Allan Glazebrook, Alfred Marshall, and Erskine Mayo Ross, three of the VMI cadets who marched to and fought in the Battle of New market founded Alpha Tau Omega.


150 years later Alpha Tau Omega still embodies the same brotherhood as its first members as it continues to grow. For the 150th Anniversary, Nationals sent two jeeps around the country to visit every chapter to celebrate such a monumental event.

Russell Athletic Bowl Victory!

Congrats to Brothers Beau Brown and Dorian O'Daniel for their huge bowl win in Orlando! Clemson defeated Oklahoma 40-6!

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Weekend Overview (April 10-12)

The ETA Pi Chapter invites you to our Third Annual Parent-Alumni Weekend from April 10-12, 2015. We have planned an exciting weekend filled with social events to allow alumni to catch up, as well as meet some the new brothers!


The weekend begins with a gala on Friday night which includes light hor d'oeuvres, a live band, and an auction that you will not want to miss.


Saturday will kick off with a tailgate for the spring football game. The tailgate will include low-country boil and beverages.


The weekend wraps up on Sunday morning with the John Robert Clinton Memorial Golf Tournament. There are a few spots open, so please register your team today!


For a break down of each day, including REGISTRATION INFO, please click the link below!


We hope that you will be joining us for a wonderful weekend of brotherhood!

Meet the New Parent-Alumni Relations Chair! Davis Osborn

I am a Sophomore Microbiology major from Greenville, SC. I attended St. Joseph's Catholic High School and had been looking forward to attending Clemson University for as long as I can remember! I was a member of the Rho pledge class in the Fall of 2013. I was honored to be elected for Parent-Alumni Chair and I am excited to meet each and every Parent and Alumni. Please feel free to contact me at any time if you have any questions or concerns.