The Theta Chapter of Delta Epsilon Psi continues to grow and expand at the University of South Florida. A few weeks has passed since our very successful Third Annual Caking with the DEPSI and the LTA's event. The event was a complete success as several organizations made cakes for the chance to win prizes. The Theta Chapter is looking forward to upcoming socials with Lambda Theta Phi and other organizations around campus. As we have since the last SFB, the Theta Chapter is alos gearing up for our Fourth Annual Sugar Free Bowl, which looks to be grander than years before. We hope that brothers from the Southeast region and across the nation come to support our national philanthropy as we hope to raise our donation from last year.
Outside of the fraternity our very own Brother Guillotine, Navin Doobay, celebrated the birth of his firs son, Asher. We at the Theta Chapter are incredibly proud of our Iota Class Brother and wish his son health and happiness throughout his lifetime. Congratulations on his facebook page would be a great honor to Navin and we hope that brothers across the nation can share in this momentous occasion.
We would also like to congratulate Brother Fury, Ali Manji, for being accepted and attending Medical School in the Islands and Brother Evo, Anish Amin, for being accepted into podiatry school. Theta chapter brothers continue to make inroads in research, intermurals, and other extracurricular endeavours and we hope for similar successes in the future.
Our next event we are preparing for is our annual Sugar-Free Bowl, which will be held on April 17th at the University of South Florida campus. We are hoping to raise above $3000 to donate to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). We would greatly appreciate any and all assistance from other chapters. In addition to this, we just hosted a barbecue where many other organization members came to support.
Our chapter has made great strides in the last few months and will continue to do so. In addition, we will have about 9 brothers who will graduate at the end of this semester.