Located in Seattle, WA, our fraternity promotes friendship, develops character, advances justice, and assists in the acquisition of a sound education.
Washington Chapter of the Delta Chi Fraternity. We strive to promote friendship, develop character, advance justice, and assist in the acquisition of a sound education. Founded in 1908 and located in Seattle, Washington.
2017 Chapter Photo
Congratulations to Ian Platou (PC:19) and Kaito Lee (PC:17) who finished 1st and 2nd place respectively, in the Husky Triathlon this past weekend. After months of hard work and dedication, we're proud to call you two the fastest boys in the greek system!
Go Dawgs, Go Delta Chi.
Big news for Delta Chi Philanthropy and Athletics:
After a dominating 3-0 match against SAE last week, Delta Chi Soccer improved on it's winning ways with a 6-0 victory against A Sigs last night. Charlie Kappas led the team with back to back shutouts in goal.
Delta Chi Football also had an impressive showing last night in Pi Phi's Arrow Games Philanthropy, with a comeback overtime victory against Pike. Later that night, Delta Chi took first place in Pi Phi's next event, the famed dunk contest.
Go Dawgs, Go Delta Chi.
One of our brothers, Kaito Lee is in a contest for Adidas where the prize is a full-time job working at the Adidas headquarters in Herzogenaurach, Germany. Kaito has always been passionate about sports and currently plays on the UW club baseball team. Please take a few seconds out of your day to throw him a like on his photo. You have the opportunity to help him achieve his dream. He's already at over 4,000 likes and the contest ends the 28th. Thank you, and good luck Kaito!
Kaito's Instagram: @kaitolee
Huge thank you to all of the parents and 30+ brothers who came out for our house paint party yesterday. In particular, we'd like to thank Carl Platou who's knowledge and humor resulted in a successful and enjoyable day. Joining Mr. Platou, Ken and Katherine Rogers, Natalie and Mark Aebi, and Tara Espinoza were on hand to help with taping, painting, cleaning, and whatever else was needed around the house. We'd also like to that all the parents who generously donated supplies and funds for our project. That said, none of this would have been possible without our fearless leaders Stephanie and Don Herrmann who set up the event as well as prepared a delicious lunch. The brothers of Delta Chi appreciate all the time and energy you two put into this fraternity.
We’d like to give two shout outs to some outstanding Delta Chi’s this week.
Our first shout out goes to our very own Delta Kaito and Elliot Low for becoming intramural volleyball champs this quarter. Good work gentlemen, those are some nice shirts.
Our second shout out goes to the members of the house who donated their time this Sunday to prepare meals to be donated to homeless individuals and those in need. These members prepared 150+ meals that consisted of a sandwich, snacks and water to be donated to Aloha Inn Transitional Housing and homeless individuals in the surrounding Seattle area.
Ladies and Gentleman it is our great honor in announcing and congratulating our newly elected officers for the year, these following gentlemen will assume the role of leadership in our fraternity.
A (President): Jack Nickel
B( Vice President): Ian McWhirter
C(Secretary): Ian Platou
D(Treasurer): Donush Abtahi
E(Alumni Relations): Conner Herrmann and Martin Espinoza
F(Risk Manager): John L-Soldier
House Manager: Connor Cameron
Social Advisor: William Glass
These following gentlemen will strive to improve the internal and external functions of our fraternity as well as promote the ideals under which Delta Chi was founded. Those following ideals are to promote friendship, develop character, advance justice and assist in the acquisition of a sound education.
Aside from the officer elections we have seen a couple other occurrences at our chapter worthy of being mentioned.
Our philanthropy chairs got an early head start on fundraising $300 for the charity we support, that being the Jimmy V Foundation. The Jimmy V foundation works to research cancer and lead the charge in achieving victory over the disease. Here is the link to the foundation's website providing more information and an area to donate if you feel inclined:
Our chapter works to raise the sum of our donation in the spring quarter.
Aside from this we would like to give a huge shout out to the members of our parents club for donating their time and effort to decorate our house for the holiday season. The decorations look spectacular and we can’t thank you enough for your contribution!
Attached are pictures of the decorated house as well as a picture of our freshman the night of fall formal.
Go Dawgs, Go Delta Chi!
Happy Thanksgiving from the brothers of Delta Chi to your family. We hope everyone has a grand time coming together with their families and enjoying a break from school. Here's to the start of the holiday season! Next post coming Monday featuring updates of the chapter that will included our newly elected officers and our early fundraising for our philanthropy.
Go Dawgs and Go Delta Chi!
We apologize for our recent inconsistency with updates and posts but don’t worry, we’re back and better than ever. As we approach the halfway mark of the fall quarter we’d like to provide you with a retrospect of the last five weeks. The 2016-2017 Rush team did a great job of signing a total of 25 gentlemen who embody the character of a Delta Chi. This newest pledge class spans from as far as Maine to as local as Seattle. The pledge class has elected to renovate the basement of the house as their PC project and contribution to improving the chapter property. Aside from the newest pledge class, the fraternity has been involved with a variety of activities on and off of campus. On campus we have participated in three philanthropies (IFC’s and two sororities), have members who have joined clubs (such as Engineering without borders and the 3D printing club just to name a few), and have renovated our academic advising program in the house to help the freshman become easier accustomed to campus and schoolwork at the university. Aside from on campus involvement, our members have participated in a variety of community service hours and have landed internships with different companies such as the Swedish Hospital. We look forward to the upcoming weeks, and more importantly the new officer elections in a week. Keep an eye out for our weekly updates! Also a huge thank you to all of the alumni who came and participated at Founders Day this year. We enjoyed your company and hoped you had as good a time as we did, you are always welcome back and know where to find us.
- Go Dawgs, Go Delta Chi
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