Ohio University Launches Epsilon Chapter of ENT
Athens, OH – Five students at Ohio University have become the newest Brothers and Chapter Founders of Epsilon Nu Tau Fraternity. On Wednesday evening, June 1st, 2011, Travis Meadors, Sam Chan, Jenna Banjac, Adam Jessen, and Nick Nock were inducted into the nation’s first entrepreneurship fraternity to form the Epsilon Chapter of Epsilon Nu Tau.
ENT is proud to have such an ambitious group working to help spread the ideals and principles of the fraternity and make things happen in Athens and beyond. These five individuals are definite go-getters; the new Chapter has already held their first event where, in less than one hour, they collected over 1,000 cans of food for donation!
“Our Chapter of ENT represents more than just a lifelong brotherhood. We strive to create success in uncertainty, blaze a path of innovation, and secure a future for all members of Epsilon Nu Tau,” stated Travis, CEO of the Epsilon Chapter. “Together we can achieve greater goals, create lasting relationships, and give back to the community of Athens. Become a part of something greater, and grow yourself within Epsilon Nu Tau at Ohio University.”
Portrayed above (from left to right): Nick Nock, Sam Chan, Travis Meadors, Jenna Banjac, and Adam Jessen.