Student organizations: Delta Sigma Pi welcomes pledge class; Business Management Club features Willow Group CEO St. Thomas Newsroom April 5, 2004 Kayla AlthusFnan AraiaBlake ArnoldEric BuoenIda De LangheMatthew Den HartighJacob DickNate DvorakDebbie JindraNick JohnsonSam KociembaRachel LeadensAdine MomohMark NoelKate PinneyJocelyn RauscherMegan RoirdanBilly ScheiberCarly WaldonAaron WenkRachel WittrockDuring the process, pledges must complete a number of requirements before initiation. These requirements include fundraising, community service, a professional event, as well as familiarizing themselves with parliamentary procedures to make meetings and business run smoothly. The pledge class recently volunteered at Jefferson Elementary School. It also hosted a panel discussion devoted to business ethics featuring UST’s Dr. Barbara Gorski as the mediator. For more information about Delta Sigma Pi, please contact Nick Zawadski. Business Management Club Interested in business management? Join the Business Management Club for a presentation on "Business Consulting for Today’s Firms," featuring the CEO of the Willow Group. This luncheon event will be held from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, April 6, in Room 200, McNeely Hall. Members of the Business Management Club have these benefits: Networking with successful business professionals and alumniParticipating in interesting discussionsGaining real world advice to give you a competitive advantage over other studentsGetting involved on campusMeeting other business majorsEnjoying free lunch Any questions? E-mail Trina Jago, president.