Jacob Conrad is the new President for the Xi chapter. This fall, Jacob will be a senior in Geophysical Engineering with a minor in Energy. He has been a percussionist since the fourth grade and is a part of Mines’ marching band, concert band, and various percussion ensembles. Jacob is excited to be a part of the officer core this year to help better the band and music program, along with helping to grow and educate our chapter. He believes the position of President will not only allow him to help our chapter and band as much as he can but will also teach him so much about what it means to be a great brother. Jacob is also incredibly excited to be working with this wonderful group of brothers that make up the officer core.
Vice President of Membership
Ryan Jackson is a senior in Mechanical Engineering. He plays alto saxophone in the CSM marching and concert bands. Ryan has been playing alto for 10 years now. This year, he was elected as Vice President of Membership. He is very excited to see how he can aid in furthering chapter brotherhood efforts and how this position will help him grow as a person.
Vice President of Service
Allan Huntington is the Vice President of Service for the Xi chapter. Allan is a mechanical engineering major, with a focus in robotics. In 5th grade Allan stated playing trumpet, since then, the love of music, and more importantly, the people that come along with, have kept his interest in music strong. Outside of school, Allan likes to build computers, build robots, and other generic nerdy mechanical engineering things. Additionally, Allan likes to ride his bike and enjoy the great outdoors that Colorado has to offer.
My name is Lindsey Nunamaker and I come from Cambridge, Ohio. Currently, I am a fourth year Mechanical Engineering student Minoring in Biomedical Engineering. I enjoy the outdoors and taking advantage of Colorado’s beautiful mountains. When I’m not studying, you can find me skiing down some of the great slopes in the Rockies. I enjoy Mine’s music program because it’s smaller than most college programs, so it allows you to have a more personal relationship with your band mates.
Donald Liddell is a junior in the Engineering Physics department. He plays the saxophone in concert band, and marching band. He is from Castle Rock CO. He enjoys playing board games, card games, and video games. He has been a part of band since he was in 6th grade, and has participated in several honor bands including 2 years at All-State. He joined KKΨ in his sophomore year at CSM and is a part of the P (Rho) class. He joined because he likes helping the band. When he saw how much KKΨ was doing he wanted to help as well. He is the parliamentarian, and wants to help everyone to understand and uphold the chapter’s constitution.
Andrew Harelson is the Treasurer for Xi this upcoming year. Andrew is a Computer Science major looking to graduate in 2020. He started out band in 5th grade playing the trumpet, and switched to tuba in high school , which he loved it so much that he never went back. Outside of music and school Andrew plays computer games, skiis in the winter, and sails in the summer.
Annabelle Peterson is proud to serve as the Xi chapter’s 2019-2020 Historian. She is currently majoring in Physics with a minor in Space and Planetary Sciences and Engineering. Besides music and astrophysics, photography is her biggest passion. Annabelle has worked as a professional concert photographer in the Denver area and takes pictures of metal bands in her spare time. When she’s not behind the camera, she’s either staring up at the night sky and studying the patterns and fluctuations in meteor showers or black holes. If you can’t find her in Colorado, start looking in Scotland and in northern Europe. Her favorite thing about the Mines band program in how willing everyone is to help each other out.