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Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act of 2011

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Alpha Tau Omega National CEO Wynn Smiley & Brother Diego Garcia are at the NIC Annual Meeting in Washington DC and are promoting the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act (CHIA) on the Hill. The purpose of this Bill is to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide for collegiate housing and infrastructure grants. Review the Bill, and if you are in agreement, contact your Representative and Senators to let them know your opinon on the bill.

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‘True Merit’ Of SHSU ATOs Recognized

SHSU’s chapter of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity was recently recognized during the organization’s national awards ceremony. With chapter members are (from left) Walt Hughes, national president of ATO; Orin Covell, president the ATO alumni association; Colton Jackson, SHSU chapter treasurer; Josh Hawley, SHSU chapter vice president; Price Howard, SHSU chapter president; and Wynn Smiley, ATO fraternity CEO.

SHSU’s Alpha Tau Omega fraternity was recognized for its “True Merit” during the organization’s national awards ceremony, held in Orlando, Fla., on Aug. 7.

“The True Merit cup is awarded to the chapters that achieve a very high and effective level of operations, excel at recruitment, community and campus involvement and who’s members embody true merit and high level of excellence in their daily activities,” said Brandon Cooper, ATO chapter adviser and assistant director for Student Activities.

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Thank you to our alumni brothers!

July 14, 2010

Dear Alumni brothers,

Thanks to the generous support through the Zeta Mu Alumni Association, brothers David Kelly, Zach Crowder and myself, attended the May 17-22 session of LeaderShape Institute in Gallant, Alabama. This was the first time any delegates from the Zeta Mu Chapter had attended a LeaderShape conference since re-chartering in 2003.

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