Alpha CHI Rho Fraternity

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Alpha CHI Rho Fraternity
Alpha CHI Rho Fraternity is listed in the Clubs category in Worcester, Massachusetts. Displayed below is the only current social network for Alpha CHI Rho Fraternity which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Alpha CHI Rho Fraternity on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 61.

Contact information for Alpha CHI Rho Fraternity is:
8 Boynton St
Worcester, MA 01609
(508) 755-4139

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Alpha CHI Rho Fraternity has an overall ZapScore of 61. This means that Alpha CHI Rho Fraternity has a higher ZapScore than 61% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Worcester, Massachusetts is 33 and in the category is 46. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Alpha CHI Rho Fraternity Contact Information:

  • 8 Boynton St
    Worcester, MA 01609
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  • Phone: (508) 755-4139
Social Posts for Alpha CHI Rho Fraternity

Congratulations to our own Nicolas Hewgley (962) who has been hired by the National Office as Director of Communication and Development! Nic has already served the National Fraternity for the past two years as a traveling consultant

Alpha Chi Rho Fraternity- WPI Delta Sigma Phi with James McAleese and 4 others.
The Delta Sigma Phi Chapter Brothers who attended the Alpha Chi Rho National Convention last month

Class Notes from the most recent edition of the WPI Journal: Stephen Schwarm writes: "Enjoying my 39th year of marriage to Sue. We have three granddaughters, whome we enjoy. I just started a new job at Black Duck Software doing code quality analysis." Jeff Semmel: "REMEMBERING DEAN TRASK A passing of an era has happened. Bill Trask, who died in March at the age of 87, was the individual who arranged my coming to WPI in the summer of 1963, when I was a junior at Lincoln High School in Yonkers, N.Y. He took me and my parents aside, during our campus visit, and had us up to his office for what turned out to be my college interview. He told us to send in the application and I would be accepted. Which we did, and I was the third in my senior class of 350 to be accepted to college. I entered the WPI Class of ’68 in the fall of 1964, away from home for the first time in my life. Seven other freshmen, two sophomores, and a junior formed a fraternity in the spring of 1965, organized by Rick Brodeur ’68 to fill a need at WPI for those of us who were left out of the then flourishing fraternity system (80 percent of students were in Greek social fraternities, but 20 percent weren’t). Bill, along with his buddy, [former mathematics professor] Ollie Olson, were true friends of our fraternity, helping convince the administration that a nerdy and cocky group of misfits should be recognized and supported as the newest fraternity on campus: Delta Sigma Tau. We were recognized in 1966, obtained a house in the fall of 1966, and officially joined the IFC in 1968 as a full member fraternity. Olson later took our fraternity from the abyss of the mid-1970s to the merger with Alpha Chi Rho National Fraternity in 1978. We have survived and flourished for over 50 years thanks to these great men. For this, Bill will forever be beloved by me and should be remembered upon his death. R.I.P., Dean Trask." Robert Andren writes, “Retired from Dominion Nuclear Connecticut in October 2013, after 33 years. Moved to Myrtle Beach, S.C., with my wife, Edie, and love the area and its beaches. We took our travel trailer on a cross-country trip in 2014, hitting Mount Rushmore; Devils Tower; Yellowstone; Bend, Ore.; Lake Tahoe; Vegas; and the Grand Canyon. We continue to visit all six grandchildren in Mass., Fla., Jersey, and Oregon. We are both Patriots and NASCAR fans. We have taken many cruises, including one to Hawaii in April.” John Wilder writes, “This past fall I became an uncle for the first time, when my sister and her husband welcomed Grace Elizabeth to the world. In the Aleppo Shriners Minutemen I was promoted to executive officer, which is second in command. We are looking forward to a great parade season; all our efforts support the Shriners Hospitals for Children.” Nicolas Hewgley writes, “I’ve been working for Alpha Chi Rho National Fraternity as a leadership consultant; traveling around the country helping college men have a better fraternal experience!”

This rarity showed up at the chapter house recently. An original DST shirt circa 1969-1973! It's seen better days, but a light cleaning and folded just the right way, it'll look great in a frame! Thanks to Bro. Rich Rydant, scroll 267 for the donation!

Alpha Chi Rho Fraternity- WPI Delta Sigma Phi added 2 new photos.
Happy Founders Day Alpha Chi Rho! On June 4th, 1895 the Fraternity was formed at Trinity College in Hartford, CT.