Sunday, November 25, 2007

Spring 2007: New Additions, Easter Egg Hunts, Formals, & Goodbyes

Latest Addition to Brotherhood

After bidding adieu to beloved house dog Chase, the brotherhood welcomed a new member in the form of 4 week old Hobart P. Nash (named after the Society's three founders) in the Spring of 2007.

Eggs, Eggs, & More Eggs

Programming Chairs Ian Tapu & Tim Leung worked in conjunction with Philanthropy Chair Sam Kennedy to outshine all fellow organizations this Easter. The dynamic trio spent weeks planning an Easter Egg Hunt for the entire Upper Valley Community. Collis Commonground was flooded by children, surrounded by hidden eggs, giant basketballs, arts & crafts, cotton candy, and a capella groups. To this day, members of the Dartmouth Community still referenc e this magical event.

Ian Tapu '08 mastermind behind the event

Alan Kwan '09, Andrew Sloan '09, & Andy Chu '08 help serve pizza to the hungry
A packed crowd watches the A Capella show intently

Encore, Encore: DREAM BBQ

As if the Easter Egg Hunt had not been a big enough success, shortly thereafter, the Tri-Kap brothers through a follow-up event: the Annual DREAM BBQ. Along with bouncy castles, grilled meat, and DREAM t-shirts, the brothers stepped forward to provide live entertainment and music.

A Formal Affair

One tradition that was not foregone was that of the brotherhood formal. As the term wound down, the brothers of Kappa Kappa Kappa donned their suit jackets and ties, escorted their dates, and basked in the sunset of Lake Morey.

Final Meetings, Final Goodbyes

Spring term means one thing: the sun has set for another great Tri-Kap class. With them, the 07s take their wisdom, their leadership, and their dedication. However, they have left a lasting impression of what it means to be a brother.

Best of Luck Class of 2007