Brother Curt Hayes emailed us to let us know that 0.5% of your Amazon purchases can be donated directly to the Triangle Education Foundation (TEF) by visiting smile.amazon.com for your Amazon shopping needs.
We suggest that you install the Chrome Extension, Smile Always, so you automatically get redirected from amazon.com to smile.amazon.com (so you don't forget!).
Visit smile.amazon.com (and bookmark it) to get started.
It's that special time of the year where we host Spring Rush. Brothers will be visiting professional development classrooms to talk with prospective members about career accelerating opportunities through social fraternity involvement like through Triangle.
This is a very excited time to go Greek (with Songfest, Dance Marathon, and Formal all being in the Spring) so
The Toledo Chapter has launched a new group by the name of the Alumni Advisory Board. This board is responsible for advising the officers, committees, and members of the Active Organization; serving as a laison between the Active and Alumni Organization officers; and promoting the continued momentum and success of the chapter through the creation of sustainable education, training, and transition programs.
On May 25th, the first flowers of the Toledo Triangle Landscaping and Brick Garden Project bloomed. This project was completed by a work party on April 19th and coordinated by House Manager Brandon Humes tol11 aimed to recognize our Brick Garden Fundraiser Donors and improve the curb appeal of the chapter home.
A special thank you to everyone who participated in the project and to our donors.
Greetings Fellow Brother! We are currently taking a page from National and are starting our own brick project. We are going to build a walkway with help from you. Each Brick is priced at $50.00 and a duplicate for 40.00 for your home or office. The brick has room for three lines of text. Each line can be no longer than 14 spaces. For example, The first line of my brick has Joe Czyzewski (total of 12 letters and 1 space for 13 total.)Below are three lines to write what you want on your brick.
Dance Marathon is an annual philanthropic event that takes place in the Spring Semester at the University of Toledo. Students stand for 16 hours straight and learn parts of dance throughout the night. At the end of the marathon, students do the entire 15 minute long dance. The night does not only include dancing. While not learning the dance, students play games like volleyball and tug-of-war, jump in a moon bounce, play the Wii, and more. There is plenty of entertainment as well as the chance to create new friendships.
On Sunday April 3rd, 12 Triangle men took to the stage to perform in the 74th annual UT Songfest competition having been absent from this tradition for many years. The Songfest theme this year was “Now That’s What I Call Songfest!” in which songs were taken from the popular “Now That’s What I Call Music!” series.
On February 12,2011, the University of Cincinnati Chapter of Triangle Fraternity was reborn. The 10 refounding members had been organizing since 2010 to recharter the 6th Chapter of Triangle, and called on the University of Toledo Chapter for help. After 2 months of back and fourth talks, the new members from U of C traveled up to Toledo to be activated.
Alumni from Cincinnati were in attendance, as well as Toledo alumni and Chad Girard, the Education and Leadership Consultant for Triangle National.