We will be hosting Virtual WAGON 2021 on March 21st from 11am to 3pm! You can register and find more information here on this website. Check the WAGON 2021 tab above to find out more. We will keep this website updated with the most up to date information. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Go Ducks!
We would like to say congratulations to our brothers who will be serving in a leadership position this upcoming year!
President: Kayla Golka
Vice President: Marshall Verney
Recording Secretary: Dawn Harrison
Alumni Relations and Corresponding Secretary: Austin Gardner
Treasurefairy: Skyler LaMotte
Historian: Cecily Sotomayor
Director of Service: Emily Rowe
Minor Officers and Committee Chairs
Parliamentarian: Amber Sherman
Rituals and Regalia: Ceci Sotomayor
Webmaster: Austin Gardner
Recruitment Chair: Eryne Ige
Brotherhood Chair: Allie Mackenley
Music Chair: Eryne Ige
Fundraising Chair: Skyler LaMotte
With COVID-19 preventing us from meeting in-person this term, we were still able to have a smooth election process this year thanks to Zoom during the month of May! We are very excited to see what these brothers can accomplish and see our chapter grow under the new leadership.
Brothers (and one recruit!) pose with the thicc bag of litter we picked up from around the School of Music in late November. We cleanup in and around the building every once in a while to make sure the place is looking nice/ is disinfected from germs during cold and flu season. Striving for cleanliness, one could say.
Last week was our brother and director of bands, Dr. Dorsey’s last concert at the University of Oregon. To celebrate everything he has done for the chapter and the school of music, we held a reception at the final wind ensemble concert. We wish him well in the future and know he will always be striving for the highest!
Third degree photos are here! This year MuPi’s Lambda class and Theta’s Kappa class were initiated together in the first ever joint degree. We are extremely proud of all of our new brothers and we would like to congratulate them on becoming full members of Kappa Kappa Psi. Sko Ducks. Go Beavs. AEA.
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We have so many amazing brothers in the Mu Pi Chapter that we couldn’t pick just one brother for #membershipmonday! This week’s #membershipmonday is Amelia Delgado. Amelia is a Senior at the University of Oregon and majoring in Biological Anthropology. Amelia was in the OMB for three years. One year in the color guard section and two years in the flute section. She is the current brotherhood chair in the Mu Pi chapter. Amelia’s favorite part about being a brother is that she “loves helping the bands and getting to know [her] brothers at all of the fun brotherhood events”. #aea #mupikky #kky #brotherhood
This week’s #membershipmonday is Sarah Dumolt. Sarah is a Senior at the University of Oregon and is majoring in Psychology and minoring in music. Sarah was in the alto saxophone section for four years and alto saxophone section leader for one year. Sarah has held two positions in the Mu Pi chapter as OMB relations and Treasure Fairy. She joined KKPsi “because [she] is very passionate about service and wanted to be able to give something back to the University and the band program”. #aea #mupikky #kkpsi #brorherhood
Last weekend the Mu Pi chapter sent 13 brothers to wagon states days at UW. We had a great time meeting and serving with brothers from all over the pacific northwest and can’t wait to do it again when we travel to wdc in april.
This week’s #membershipmonday is Megan! Megan is a 5th year at the University of Oregon and is majoring in Psychology and minoring in music. Megan is an alumni of the Oregon Marching Band and the music committee chair of Mu Pi. Megan joined KKΨ because she wanted “to do [her] best to help improve the band in anyway [she] could and service is very important to [her]”. #aea #mlitb #mupikky
Congratulations to Tatum, Chelsea, Joseph, and Allie for being elected as Mu Pi’s Lambda class leaders. They will be responsible for representing the class and organizing the Lambda fundraiser and service project. We can’t wait to see what kind of projects they come up with and everything that their class will accomplish!