Fall 2014 Recruitment Schedule

Come join us for an exciting three weeks this fall. Fun events including all manner of sports, video games, and food. Come check us out and really get to know the members of the CSU chapter of Triangle Fraternity. For events listed as at the center, the center is located at 420 s. Howes street, 2 blocks North of the Oval.


M T W Th F Sat. Sun.
18th-  19th-Leadership Advantage 20th- Leadership Advantage 21st- Freshmen move-in 22nd-
Ram Welcome College Day Student Organization Fair
23rd-Alumni vs. Actives Softball game and barbeque, Glenn Moore park at 12 P.M. 24th- Game Night, 6PM-7PM
25th- First Day of school, meeting at the center 26th-Game Night, 6PM-7PM 27th- Sports on IM Fields, 3PM-4PM 28th- 29th-Rocky Mountain Showdown, 7PM 30th- 31st-



M T W Th F Sat. Sun.
1st- 2nd- 3rd- 4th- 5th- 6th- Softball and BBQ, 1PM-3PM 7th- Horsetooth Hike, 12PM-1PM
8th- 9th- Game Night, 6PM-7PM 10th- 11th- 12th- 13th 14th- Pinning, 12PM-1PM

Brother Spotlight: Kyle Kuhl

Alternative Spring Break

                Over Spring Break in 2013, I traveled to Achiote, Panama with a group of 20 students selected by CSU’s SLiCE program. We spent our time working with La Asociación Centro de Estudios y Acción Social Panameño (CEASPA),a local Panamanian company that focuses on ecotourism and

 environmental conservation. We spent seven days building houses, a general store, repairing bridges, painting a mural, exploring the local area, and experiencing a new culture. After returning to CSU, the SLiCE program selected me to be the student site leader for the 2014 trip.


Summer Internship.

                I spent my summer working with SBM Offshore, an engineering firm that focuses on the design, construction, sales, and operations of offshore production units for oil and gas. The company is based out of The Netherlands, and I was working with their Houston branch. I spent my summer researching oil field blocks in the Gulf of Mexico, managing technical and commercial reports for several projects currently under operations, and designed/wrote up a capture plan for the Leviathan FPSO. This is a project that SBM is building for Noble Energy, in which a Floating Production Storage and Offloading unit (FPSO) will be placed in the Mediterranean Sea to drill for natural gas until around 2030.

Recent Triangle Graduates

Peter Riedo
Peter Riedo – Mechanical Engineering

Peter, who joined the Colorado State University chapter of Triangle in the spring of 2011, graduated in May. During his time at CSU he held VP – Academics and Chapter President. In Peter’s senior year, he participated in the EcoCAR 2 program. This program is aimed to advance vehicle technology and develop innovative solutions to reduce emissions and energy consumption in personal transportation.

Since graduation Peter has traveled around the US visiting friends and family. In mid July, Peter will start his career with General Motors. He will be working as a testing and calibration engineering in the hybrid vehicle program at GM. More specifically Peter will be working on the eAssist architecture which is used in many GM models.

While Peter will be in Michigan, he hopes to provide support to the Colorado State Chapter.