Indiana Acacia Capital Campaign for House Renovations
To have known him is to have loved him… “Amazing human. Amazing son. Amazing brother.”
That was how 19-year-old Schuyler D. Bradley was accurately described in a recent memorial at Indiana University where he was a sophomore studying informatics and business.
Schuyler was born on July 6, 2001, in Kankakee, IL. After the family relocated to Indianapolis. Schuyler attended Pike Township Schools, along with Cathedral High School. However, before his arrival, he had already begun to make a name for himself as an athlete. He played sports at all points in life. He was the MVP for 8thgrade basketball. He was also a tournament champion wrestler. He played both offense and defense in football and took pride in always playing a starting position. After two years of success with Cathedral football, #82 ended his athletic career with the Greyhounds before graduating from Carmel High School in 2019.
After being accepted to numerous colleges, he chose to be a Groups Scholar at Indiana University. He pledged Acacia Fraternity and it was there he found a sense of comfort and belonging amongst his brothers. Schuyler’s beautiful green eyes lit up any room he entered - and that was even before he smiled and those famous dimples popped. He was genuine, hardworking, and sincere. Schuyler wore his heart on his sleeve, loved hard, and loved loud. His solid conscience proved him quick to defend injustice and protect those whom he held dearest. The bonds he shared with his close-knit family were unmatched.
Schuyler’s sweet soul was tragically stolen from this world at 2:15a.m. on Saturday, October 17, 2020 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, leaving so many behind who are now no longer complete.
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” -Maya Angelou
An Intro: 2020-21 Resident Advisor Interview
Our origin is distinctive, and our record distinguished. From leading roles in business and government, to education and the arts, Indiana Acacians are unique among fraternity men. It all begins with the life-changing experience of pledging Acacia. Get the story here.
Plenty of support for Acacia brothers' studies: Scholarships, stipends for academic performance, tutoring reimbursements, academic advising. More details here.
Like Dylan Horvitz and Jack Maher, two Kelley School of Business students who stepped up to start a sports finance club on campus. Read their story here.
8 weeks of a great experience, and 32 new brothers welcomed into Acacia. Here they are.
As in one of the very top teams from across all the years for Little 500. Want to ride? We'll support you with all the equipment (of course, bikes) and training needed for you to be successful. See the tradition here.
Moments captured from 100 years of brotherhood. Chapter Now, Alumni Now, BITD. Here.