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Rally in the Alley raises the roof

The Theta Chi house band, Indisposable Camera. Photo/Northern Review

It’s not every day that Ohio Northern University students can attend a rock concert on campus and be entertained by  members of one of their own fraternities.

The Theta Chi Fraternity participated in Ralley in the Alley on August 30. The event featured on-campus bands, including Indisposable Camera, Ted Nicolosi, and Surviving Sunday. Originally scheduled to be hosted on the Tundra, the event was moved inside to  MacIntosh Student Union’s Activities Room after rain threatened the evening.

While the location changed, the Theta Chi brothers did not fail to deliver rally in the Alley.

To open the concert, Theta Chi’s Indisposable Camera amped up the audience for their featured guests, Ted Nicolosi and Surviving Sunday. Members of the group included Charlie Triplett, Peter Szabo, Donnie Duran, Landon Brown, and Nathan Miller. After jamming to famous rock covers, the audience was ready for Ted Nicolosi. A solo guitarist known for his finger-style music, Nicolosi played a bass line, chords, melodies, and harmonies simultaneously. Finally, Surviving Sunday, a rock band based out of Bellefontaine, Ohio, closed out the night in style.

Theta Chi is one of the many fraternities on Ohio Northern’s campus.

“Theta Chi is all about the assisting hand and reaching out to everyone to help our brothers become better versions of themselves,” said Charlie Triplett, Theta Chi President. Triplett was enthused about the event and was excited to see the large turnout to show support for the fraternity.

An upcoming Theta Chi event will be GI Theta Chi, which will include an inflatable obstacle course, a three-hole mini-golf course, and inflatable bowling. This event is open to all students, while an admission fee will go to support United Service Organizations (USO), a non-profit organization that supports to our service troops throughout the world.

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