By Hannah Bennett
Hunter Stewart is the money man of the office; definitely one to celebrate on a day like today. Stewart has spent the last six months as KTSW’s Sales Manager, and will soon be stepping forward as graduation approaches this December.
Aside from KTSW, Stewart holds responsibility and heart elsewhere as a brother of Texas State University’s chapter of Phi Kappa Psi.
Stewart has been a part of the fraternity for over four years, serving as the former Vice President and President of the chapter. He explains the frustration in the construed stereotypical opinion others foresee in him and others involved in greek life, assuring there is two sides to every story.
“I really did it for the business purposes,” Stewart said. “The events and everything else was kind of… an extra.”
From his leadership and business experience at both Phi Kappa Psi and KTSW, Stewart feels his membership in both entities has furthered him in preparation for graduation in the months to come.
“You have to deal with your school, national headquarters, businesses, and that’s what my major is, all business,” Stewart said. “That really opened my eyes to what I want to do for the rest of my life, and really gives you that people experience. I wouldn’t have gotten that if I hadn’t joined.”
Although the title “frat guy” brings assumptions, Stewart is living proof of it’s falsehood.
“Everyone knows the stereotype, seen the movies or read things on the internet, but you don’t really quite know the other side,” Stewart said. “We really want to be able to push the good things, that’s something we always strive for, be able to keep doing those events, keep donating towards charity and keep volunteering towards the city, community and the school in general.”
Stewart will continue to falsify the construed opinion of himself and his fraternity, he’ll continue his career path in the business world and, of course, will continue to be a bro.
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