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Graduation Present

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S: Adventures on the Hill

BC: Congratulations, Honey!

FC: Adventures on the Hill

1: To Christopher Ryan Chamberlin as a celebration for making it through three and a half years of engineering at Cornell University

2: On August 18th 2006, the Big Red seduced Chris to Ithaca, NY from sunny Florida to begin orientation to attend Cornell University

3: And four years of hard work, studying, and dedication to solely his acadmics began...

4: ...Well, there may have been a few other things that fit into the schedule

6: Chris pledged Pi Kapp his freshman year to meet some new friends and get involved on campus with something not engineering related | He became a leader among his brothers: on the exec board, as a pledge master, and as part of one of the largest lineages.

7: Pi Kappa Phi Nothing Shall Ever Tear Us Asunder

8: From Legends to Cat in the Frat, Pi Kapp provided crazy nights, days, and everything in between for some of the most memorable (or not) times of College

9: The most wasted of days is one without laughter. -E.E. Cummings

10: "If we can come in and play solid volleyball, we'll shut them down early and shut them up early." -Nate Meerstein | CU Club Volleyball

11: Dedicated to the promotion of croquet campus-wide and the ideals of excessive gentlemanly etiquette, overly proper attire, and general douchebaggery. | The Order of the Mallet

12: To balance out the stresses of academic life, formals and winetours were necessary social events to ease busy student's minds. From your first sake bomb to your last drunken brewery and wine tour, the best part of the semester was the debauchery that ensued. Especially when you end up on the floor :)

13: Formals and Winetours

14: Two of the least remembered but most memory filled days of the year are Homecoming and Slope Day. There are very few days where Cornellians show school pride and fill the foortball stadium or slope, but these two holidays provide that chance. These days everyone came together to forget that we lived in a wintry tundra and to do what we do best... Start drinking at 8 a.m. and still rally to go to the bars that night! | HOMECOMING

15: SLOPE DAY | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010

17: The most looked forward to break on the hill every year is Spring Break. The opportunity to escape the constant blizzard and enjoy some sunshine in Florida and the Bahamas for 10 days is the light in the middle of the tunnel for Cornellians. The chance to lay by the pool and swim, to play beach volleyball, and to relax with yourfriends is the best medicine for stress. Especially with free unlimited alcohol flowing and a sweet 16 game to watch!

19: And then he met the girl... and the rest is history. I love you stud!

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  • Title: Graduation Present
  • For Mr. Christopher Chamberlin
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