Beta Class Perseveres at ENT Gamma Chapter
Fullerton, CA – This semester, Epsilon Nu Tau, Gamma Chapter at California State University, Fullerton inducted ten new pledges. These new pledges exhibited qualities of entrepreneurial spirit and perseverance toward Epsilon Nu Tau. The Beta Pledge Class was tested constantly on the four pillars, the founding of Alpha and Gamma, as well as their Greek alphabet in order to prove that they were committed to the brotherhood and ideals of fraternity. Their hard work in passing these test brought unified the class throughout their process. To assist them through their process, each pledge was assigned a Big Sis or Big Bro to get them through. The Bigs helped their Littles in their time of uncertainty through the process and help give them the opportunity to become close with some of the actives.
In the end, on November 16, 2011, a total of nine pledges were inducted to Epsilon Nu Tau, Gamma Chapter. During their nine week process, each and every one of them worked extremely hard; they showed dedication and motivation towards achieving their goal. The Betas all learned to work as a pledge class and to be united as one. There were ups and downs, but they all strived to overcome the difficulties. We are proud to present the Beta Class of Epsilon Nu Tau, Gamma Chapter.
Pictured above (from left to right): Pledge Chair Jasmine Vega, Michael Salazar, William Huttner, David Martinez, Yasmin Mata, Samantha Meneses, Victor Truong, Anthony Delos Santos, Pledge Chair David Hwang