Chapter visit to Hanover College

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Sunday, January 15, 2012

Back to Hanover! This small school in southeastern Indiana has an amazing Greek system. You wouldn't think that a school of only about 1,000 students would have a thriving Greek community with massive chapter houses and large membership. Hanover is a great example of what Greek life could be at a lot of other small schools.

I am being accompanied on this visit by the newest ELC for Lambda Chi, Brian Watts. Watts is a graduate from Kansas State and this is his first regular chapter visit as a consultant. It's pretty

It's strange to think that I've already started traveling again. The fall semester absolutely flew by, and I'm glad to be out on the road again. I am really looking forward to returning to most of the same chapters that I've already visited. This will help me skip over the awkwardness of initial introductions and delve right into figuring out how the chapter has changed since my last visit.

So far my favorite thing about being a consultant is driving. I always use my driving time to make phone calls to a lot of people that I don't get to talk to much otherwise. I know what you're thinking, but don't worry - I use a hands-free device.

It's a great feeling to wake-up everyday and focus on living up to the values and expectations of what it means to be a member of Lambda Chi Alpha. I'm lucky that this job serves as a constant reminder of what it means to be a lifetime Brother. I hope that I'll always have that feeling in whatever I decide to do throughout the rest of my life.
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