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Brother Jacob Moll ‘14 is currently studying in Jönköping, Sweden at Jönköping University. His program is through the CIRT program in the College of Education. While studying abroad, Jacob is most looking forward to being in a new culture for five months while also getting the opportunity to travel to a few other countries during his free time. So far, Jacob has visited London and plans to visit Copenhagen, Rome, and hopefully somewhere in Germany. While he is at Jönköping University, Jacob is practicing his IM volleyball for this upcoming fall at the university, where they hold free two hour practices for the students a few times a week. Jacob would like to congratulate all the brothers graduating this spring and wish them success in their future. “I look forward to seeing you all once I return. A to B.”

Brother Brandt Reilly ‘11 escaped the State College snow this winter and headed down south to Dallas, Texas. Brandt started his internship in the beginning of spring with Mizzen and Main, a popular golf outerwear company known for their moisture wicking, wrinkle-free men's dress shirts. He is also working in the apparel department as a marketing intern. Brandt is a senior enrolled in the College of Health and Human Development studying Recreation, Park Tourism and Management with a concentration in Professional Golf Management. During his internship, Brandt plans to learn as much as he can and weigh out his options for a full time job come August. He plans to reach out to colleagues from his past as well those from his current internship for support as he seeks an opportunity in the golf industry. When asked what he would miss the most while away this spring, Brandt responded - “I will miss being a member of the active brotherhood as some of the best bonds I have had with people have come from the fraternity. Not being able to build as strong of a relationship with the new pledge class spring semester is something I will miss as well.”