Who We Are

Brotherhood

Brotherhood is the closest form of fellowship a man can have. One of the most recognizable aspects of our chapter is the strong bonds formed between each of its members, united by the precepts of Triangle. A common thread between all of the chapter’s diverse membership is that of the rigor and challenge of a degree in the area of Engineering and the Sciences. Mutual support is strong between members through the good times and the bad, whatever the cause for celebration or distress. A unique aspect of the MSU chapter is their formation of a internal mental health support group, because mental health is one of the hardest thing for men to discuss; yet your brothers are there for you to open up to and find strength in.

Balance

The Brothers of MSU Triangle pride themselves by partaking in all that a large university has to offer. Our members are involved in IM Sports, academic organizations, professional organizations, entrepreneurship, and various other clubs. Our Brothers earn quality internship and co-op opportunities in their respective fields all across the United States, some even studying abroad. Our social presence involves participation in Greek community events such as Greek Week, and hosting social events at our house. Doing right by our community is important to the balance we strive for, and thus we’re involved in Greek community philanthropic/community events such as Relay for Life & Safe Halloween; our house philanthropic events benefit Habitat for Humanity.

Principle

“In order to have a better world, we must first have a world of better men.” – Herb Scobie

 

Above all, the Brothers of MSU Triangle pride themselves in their adherence to their precepts in order to make the world a better place for their fellow men and women. One of the values an undergraduate Fraternity experience provides a man is that of character development, and Triangle emphasizes this. Our esteemed member education program is a model system looked at by other Triangle chapters for guidance, as it places emphasis on the practical aspects of becoming a member of the Greek community.

Contact Information

Sean Arnoldt

Sean Arnoldt

President
Greyson Meyers

Greyson Meyers

Executive Vice President
Ben Buscarino

Ben Buscarino

Administrative VP
Sean Lemieux

Sean Lemieux

VP of Standards
Tyler Crippen

Tyler Crippen

Social Chair
Christian Montrose

Christian Montrose

Social Chair
Connor Stepkoski

Connor Stepkoski

Recruitment Chair
Jonathon DuFresne

Jonathon DuFresne

Recruitment Chair
Matthew Bangtson

Matthew Bangtson

VP of Finance
Alex Barbu

Alex Barbu

Relations Chair
Bradie Reary

Bradie Reary

VP of Membership
Tyler Pressley

Tyler Pressley

VP of Relations
Woody

Woody

Sorority Relations Chair

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