ALUMNI, THANK YOU FOR RETURNING TO THE OAKS FOR CORNELL HOMECOMING 2014!
A loud and sincere thank you to everyone who returned to campus and made Homecoming 2014 an event to remember. Don't forget to return the newsforms enclosed with your The Kappa Nus newsletter mailing (the fall 2014 edition will be with you before Thanksgiving!), or to email us at email@example.com to share your stories and photos.
FIJI THANKATHON 2014
Brothers Connect With Brothers
On September 7 a strong showing of 21 Kappa Nus, including President Jack Elks '16 and Mike Duesing '62, led the charge of the annual Thankathon. On the calling team were a senior, three juniors, and 15 sophomores.
Each FIJI jumped in and began making calls and making connections with the alumni.
Jack Elks '16, Alex Varon '17, Jackson Stocking '17, Kevin Ortiz '17, Matthew DeFiore '16, Christian DeAllie '16, Mark Pagano '16, Ronald Forster '17, Kyle Albany '17, David Picinich '17
Christopher Adinolfi '17, Doug Riegel '17, Christopher DeAllie '16
RECENT ROOF IMPROVEMENTS
Preserving the Oaks
Thanks to the generous support of our alumni and the dedication of our actives, we've recently undertaken some roof improvements to the Oaks.
The photo above shows details of the various layers of the roof reconstruction: foam insulation, new plywood sheeting, rubber membrane. All to be covered with new shingles.
The first photo in the slideshow to the right shows the FIJI House undergoing its roof upgrades.
The second photo in the slideshow to the right is a detail of the ignition boards during the roof reconstruction.
Did you join Big Red and FIJI for Homecoming 2014 (October 17–18)? Send us your photos! Email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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