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    Showcasing individual members, the 'Alumni Profiles' section is a great place to check in on brothers and see what they're up to today. Read More
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How Did Zeta Beta Tau Make You the Man You Are Today?

We all gained invaluable lifelong benefits from Zeta Beta Tau. Did you learn about leadership at Zeta Beta Tau? Do the fraternity's core values play a role in your life today? Did you make a romantic or career connection thanks to Zeta Beta Tau?

Let us know how Zeta Beta Tau helped make you the man you are today. Click here to share your stories.

Two Undergrads Spend the Summer Term Advancing Their Careers

Over the summer, many students choose to either go back home or take a few classes, while others still take a few steps towards establishing their careers through internships and co-ops. This month, we’d like to recognize a couple of brothers currently doing just that: Hunter Morrell ’18 and Matt Krajewski ’20.

Morrell, a Computer Science major, is working for Georgia Tech as a Cyber Security Operations Analyst Lead. Asked to describe his duties in this role, Morrell says he “handles more free-form projects, harder [support] tickets, and manages the other students in the Security Operations Center.”

On May 21, Xi Chapter alumni gathered for the ZBT Atlanta-area Alumni Association event at a Braves game. ZBT reserved the Xfinity Rooftop area at the new SunTrust Park. Pictured are (left-to-right), Mike “Mole” MacLellan '89, Jeff Grover '75, George “Rookie” Kalnin '74, and Doug Bodner '87.  Present but not pictured were Harry Lutz '67, Paul Mandé '69, and Bob Shulman '69. A good time was had by all. 

A Lifetime of Memories Made at 160 Sixth Street

ZBT was a critical part of the college experience for Joey Moskowitz '75. It served as a central place at GT where he could always find friends and gave him continuity through college that he may not have found in the dormitory.

Though he’s only still in touch with a few brothers, Joey created a lifetime of memories through ZBT. Easily rattling off a few of his favorites, he recalls spending lots of time at The Varsity, trips to Lum’s (a hamburger joint no longer in business), and attending sporting events.

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  • Announcing the Founding of Xi Chapter +

      Georgia School of Technology Xi Chapter On January 15, Read More
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