You Are Not The Only One

You Are Not The Only One

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - September 14, 2017

Brothers at the University of Tennessee Help Raise Mental Health AwarenessAs student body president,...

The Power of Connection

The Power of Connection

Posted by: Greg Welikson, Ph.D. (American University, 2006) - September 14, 2017

When I reflect on my time as an undergraduate, one powerful theme always comes to mind: brotherhood.

NASA Intern Takes Initiative

NASA Intern Takes Initiative

Posted by: Hannah Haydock - September 14, 2017

When he was just 16, Clarence Lau (University of California – Riverside, 2020) started working as a summer intern for NASA.

Jumping into Community Engagement

Jumping into Community Engagement

Posted by: Hannah Haydock - September 14, 2017

Community engagement touches the core of Delt values, so it is no surprise to find Officer Lee Colegrove

80-year-old Marathon Runner Bolstered by Lifelong Support of Brothers

80-year-old Marathon Runner Bolstered by Lifelong Support of Brothers

Posted by: Hannah Haydock - September 14, 2017

James “Strude” Thruston is training for the Dallas Marathon in December, with an eye toward the Boston Marathon in April 2018.

Sportscaster Finds His Calling

Sportscaster Finds His Calling

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - September 13, 2017

Asher Wildman wanted to report on games and athletes since he played youth sports. He began his broadcast career in fourth grade on Gator-TV at Riverglades Elementary School in Parkland, Florida.

Creating Positive Change

Creating Positive Change

September 7, 2017

Creating positive change to the campus fraternity culture is especially important to brothers of the Omicron Chapter at the University of Iowa.

What do Elevator Speeches, 3-D Printers and Dance Lessons have in Common?

What do Elevator Speeches, 3-D Printers and Dance Lessons have in Common?

September 6, 2017

Chapter leaders from Iota Psi Chapter at Northeastern University have found that planning practical and...

Lawrence Delts Donate Handmade Blankets to Hospital

Lawrence Delts Donate Handmade Blankets to Hospital

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - April 26, 2017

While volunteering at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton, Wisconsin, Andrew Lauber (Lawrence University,...

Delt Alumnus Joins JDRF Cause

Delt Alumnus Joins JDRF Cause

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - April 26, 2017

Two worlds came together when Ned Gustafson joined the JDRF International staff in Minneapolis last July. Gustafson was familiar with JDRF, the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research, even before Delta Tau Delta established its partnership with JDRF in 2012.

Trust is Key in Volunteer Relationship

Trust is Key in Volunteer Relationship

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - April 25, 2017

Tim Poellmann (University of Wisconsin – Madison, 2013) had just moved to Milwaukee in 2015 when he was invited to talk about an interest group at Marquette University.

Twelve Flags: One Brotherhood

Twelve Flags: One Brotherhood

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - April 25, 2017

A senior from Costa Rica, Konstantinos Mira (Emory University, 2017) wanted to stay involved with Delta...

Fraternity Brings Generations Closer

Fraternity Brings Generations Closer

Posted by: Justin Pyles - April 25, 2017

Growing up Chad Brand (University of Alabama, 2018) heard stories about his dad’s time in the Delta Eta Chapter and the strong bonds he had made.

Delt “Taucos” Takes Off as Chapter Fundraiser for JDRF

Delt “Taucos” Takes Off as Chapter Fundraiser for JDRF

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - April 21, 2017

Beta Zeta Chapter at Butler University has a strong history of support for philanthropic causes. They...

Delts in the Baseball Hall of Fame

Delts in the Baseball Hall of Fame

April 6, 2017

Branch Rickey (University of Michigan, 1915) and George Sisler (Ohio Wesleyan University, 1904) are both native Ohioans and Delts famous for their baseball careers.

USF Delt with T1D gives back to JDRF

USF Delt with T1D gives back to JDRF

Posted by: Justin Pyles - March 24, 2017

When Juan Carlos Castillo (University of South Florida, 2018) joined Delta Tau Delta and learned about the Fraternity’s philanthropic partnership with JDRF Castillo knew he was in the right place.

College of Idaho Undergraduates Develop New Political App RepCheck

College of Idaho Undergraduates Develop New Political App RepCheck

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - March 24, 2017

What’s your congress person’s name? Have you ever sent them an email? Have you ever called them?

Standing for Those Who Can’t

Standing for Those Who Can’t

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - March 24, 2017

Fifteen brothers from the Epsilon Mu Chapter participated in Ball State University’s Dance Marathon on...

Making Saint Louis Strong

Making Saint Louis Strong

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - March 24, 2017

Jake Hollander (American University, 2014) says the backwards nature of St. Louis politics drove his...

Preserving Michigan Political History

Preserving Michigan Political History

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - March 24, 2017

Mackinac Island was a fitting backdrop for three Delta Tau Delta alumni to gather last fall to preserve...

Meeting the Dean of University of Pittsburgh’s School of Dental Medicine

Meeting the Dean of University of Pittsburgh’s School of Dental Medicine

Posted by: Rushil Mehta (University of Pittsburgh, 2018) - March 14, 2017

Dr. Thomas Braun (University of Pittsburgh, 1969) is the dean of the University of Pittsburgh’s School...

Middle School Pals Reunite as Brothers

Middle School Pals Reunite as Brothers

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - March 1, 2017

The chapter presidents at the University of North Dakota and University of Minnesota were friends long before they became Fraternity brothers.

Advisor Inspires Brothers

Advisor Inspires Brothers

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - February 28, 2017

Anyone who has met Bob Ferguson (University of Cincinnati, 1971) knows he’s a talker. His ability to...

The Sky's the Limit for Rian Mehta

The Sky's the Limit for Rian Mehta

Posted by: By Janine Wampler - February 27, 2017

Growing up, Rian Mehta (Florida Institute of Technology, 2013) knew that when it came to what he could achieve, the sky was the limit. So, he reached the sky. Literally.

Wrigley Field Reunion Revives Fraternal Bond

Wrigley Field Reunion Revives Fraternal Bond

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - February 27, 2017

Todd Costigan, got doubly lucky last summer when he took a job as a guest service ambassador with the Chicago Cubs.

Robbie’s Day as a Delt

Robbie’s Day as a Delt

Posted by: Justin Pyles - February 27, 2017

Robbie Massengale is not a typical member of the Iota Theta Chapter at Kennesaw State University. He’s not enrolled in any classes nor does he attend the school, but that is not his choice.

Iota Tau Takes a Stand to End Domestic Violence

Iota Tau Takes a Stand to End Domestic Violence

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - January 27, 2017

The Iota Tau Chapter at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., has taken on the challenge to raise...

Delt Dogs Support JDRF

Delt Dogs Support JDRF

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - January 24, 2017

People like dogs. That’s what members of the Gamma Rho Chapter at the University of Oregon determined when they decided to hold a dog-themed fundraiser in support of JDRF during National Diabetes Awareness Month last November.

Fly Mouthwash Takes Off for Delt Entrepreneurs

Fly Mouthwash Takes Off for Delt Entrepreneurs

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - January 24, 2017

Michael Bracciale (Florida State University, 2015) has been thinking about bad breath since his freshman year of college.

Freedom Monument: From West Berlin to Honolulu

Freedom Monument: From West Berlin to Honolulu

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - January 24, 2017

Fifty years ago, when Rick Ziegler (Allegheny College, 1968) lived near the Berlin Wall he never imagined moving a piece of the Wall to Hawaii.

Transforming the World by Hiring People with Disabilities

Transforming the World by Hiring People with Disabilities

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - January 24, 2017

Scott Wise (Ball State University, 1996), known for his successful restaurant business, has committed to increasing the percentage of employees with developmental disabilities...

Career Accomplishment and Service Commitment

Career Accomplishment and Service Commitment

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - January 23, 2017

Named to the “Forty Under 40” list for the class of 2016 by Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ), Jason Spilbeler (DePauw University, 2007) has been widely recognized for his career achievements and his community involvement.

Academic All-American and Player of the Year

Academic All-American and Player of the Year

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - January 23, 2017

Baker University quarterback Logan Brettell (2018) earned the prestigious 2016 College Division Academic All-American of the Year award, announced in November by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

Communication is Key: Five Tips for Aspiring Leaders

Communication is Key: Five Tips for Aspiring Leaders

Posted by: Justin Pyles - January 23, 2017

Caden Duve (Northern Colorado University, 2017) went all in when it came to taking leadership roles in the Fraternity.

Transforming Lives through a Dropout Recovery Program

Transforming Lives through a Dropout Recovery Program

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - January 23, 2017

Thirty years ago, Bob Bowser (University of Florida, 1961) put his 20-plus years of experience teaching...

Morehead Delts Donate to Toys for Tots

Morehead Delts Donate to Toys for Tots

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - January 23, 2017

Driven by a sense of community and their desire to provide for others Zeta Zeta Chapter members at Morehead...

An Explorer at Heart

An Explorer at Heart

Posted by: Jack Kreman - January 23, 2017

Ever the genteel Southern gentlemen, a humble Alexander Earle would likely never define himself as an...

New Undergraduate Awards

New Undergraduate Awards

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - January 23, 2017

Three undergraduate programming awards were new to Karnea in 2016. Historically, chapters are recognized...

Delt Brother: #T1DLooksLikeMe

Delt Brother: #T1DLooksLikeMe

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - January 23, 2017

Michael Rondon (Westminster College, 2017) was just three years old when he was diagnosed with type 1...

A Vision of Accessibility

A Vision of Accessibility

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - January 23, 2017

Though he had retired after several decades of teaching the blind and visually impaired, Craig L. Phillips (Ohio State University, 1972) jumped at the chance to get back to work when a cutting-edge project he’d started years ago, finally had a chance to come to fruition.

Veteran Discovers Brotherhood

Veteran Discovers Brotherhood

January 23, 2017

James Washburn (Louisville Crescent Colony, 2017) grew up in the small town of Dresden, Tennessee in a family with strong ties to military and a strong sense of civic duty.

How One Chapter Established JDRF Awareness Day

How One Chapter Established JDRF Awareness Day

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - January 23, 2017

Last fall the brothers of Theta Xi Chapter at Eastern Michigan University decided that hosting fundraisers and donating money to JDRF, the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes research, wasn’t enough.

Colony Members Inspired to Build for the Future

Colony Members Inspired to Build for the Future

January 20, 2017

The founders of Delta Tau Delta’s College of Charleston Crescent Colony were formally inducted into Delta...

JDRF Top Research Advances

JDRF Top Research Advances

Posted by: Justin Pyles - December 1, 2016

Since the partnership between JDRF and Delta Tau Delta began in 2012, there have been significant advances...

Undergraduate's passion leads to Mid-Atlantic Emmy

Undergraduate's passion leads to Mid-Atlantic Emmy

Posted by: Justin Pyles - October 28, 2016

Being behind a microphone and talking about sports is where Vince Russo (Robert Morris University, 2017)...

Power for Good

Power for Good

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - October 27, 2016

Wesley Della Volla (American University, 2006) fell in love with storytelling while working in his high...

Transforming Student Life as the First Fraternity on Campus

Transforming Student Life as the First Fraternity on Campus

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - October 27, 2016

Mount Saint Joseph University in Cincinnati, Ohio is known for developing students who are critical thinkers,...

Lober Brothers Amass 102 Years at Teachers, Coaches and Mentors

Lober Brothers Amass 102 Years at Teachers, Coaches and Mentors

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - October 25, 2016

After joining the Delta Tau Chapter John Lober (Bowling Green State University, 1964) became the chapter’s...

Flatonia, Texas has a Special Significance to Epsilon Lambda Alumni

Flatonia, Texas has a Special Significance to Epsilon Lambda Alumni

October 14, 2016

Epsilon Lambda alumni gathered to celebrate their brotherhood and remember those that have gone on before.October...

Anil Salem: Musician, Philanthropist and Student

Anil Salem: Musician, Philanthropist and Student

Posted by: Ranjitha Vasa - October 11, 2016

Anil Salem (The College of New Jersey, 2018) is redefining what it means to be a "renaissance man" at...

Founders United by a Common Purpose, Not a Common Traumatic Experience

Founders United by a Common Purpose, Not a Common Traumatic Experience

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - September 24, 2016

National Hazing Prevention Week, officially designated for the last full week of September, is an opportunity...

Brothers Work Together to Recover from Louisiana Floods

Brothers Work Together to Recover from Louisiana Floods

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - September 17, 2016

The flooding rains that came to southern Louisiana sometimes measured more than three inches per hour...

Research and Networking Pay Off

Research and Networking Pay Off

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - September 17, 2016

Dustin Santjer (University of South Dakota, 2017) is a finance and political science major who initially...

Father and Son Fight Type 1

Father and Son Fight Type 1

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - September 17, 2016

Brian Weisbaum (Indiana University, 2007) got a crash course in life with type 1 diabetes (T1D) when...

A Rock Solid Fraternal Bond

A Rock Solid Fraternal Bond

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - September 15, 2016

Dan Olmetti and Gary Stock both joined Delta Tau Delta at the University of Florida in 1968. As chapter...

Brooks Leftwich Impacts Lives in Tennessee Cumberland Mountains

Brooks Leftwich Impacts Lives in Tennessee Cumberland Mountains

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - September 3, 2016

Brooks Leftwich (University of Tennessee, 2019) spent his summer impacting the lives of the needy in...

Jack Daugherty’s Uncommon Valor

Jack Daugherty’s Uncommon Valor

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - May 11, 2016

Jack Daugherty (Ohio University, 1949) landed on Iwo Jima on February 22, 1945. He was among the 30,000...

Jay Keasling, a Pioneer in Synthetic Biology

Jay Keasling, a Pioneer in Synthetic Biology

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - May 11, 2016

Jay Keasling (University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1986) wants to make biology easier to engineer and as a...

Purdue Delts Win Fourth Consecutive Grand Prix

Purdue Delts Win Fourth Consecutive Grand Prix

Posted by: Justin Pyles - May 11, 2016

For the past four years, Jimmy Simpson (Purdue University, 2016) and his crew have enjoyed life in the...

Green Greeks work toward Sustainability at University of Washington

Green Greeks work toward Sustainability at University of Washington

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - May 5, 2016

When Andrew Brasuk (University of Washington, 2016) learned about the Green Greek Representative program...

Service and Learning through Spring Break

Service and Learning through Spring Break

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - April 9, 2016

When Ryan Cantwell (Sacred Heart University, 2017) left his Fairfield, Connecticut campus and headed...

Serving Campus and Community through Student Government

Serving Campus and Community through Student Government

Posted by: Justin Pyles - April 1, 2016

On the campuses of Clemson University, The Ohio State University and Texas State University the recently...

Michigan Chapters Come Together to Support Flint

Michigan Chapters Come Together to Support Flint

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - April 1, 2016

For years, Flint, Michigan faced problems with its water system. Without a corrosion control plan and...

Creating a Life of Value through Soccer

Creating a Life of Value through Soccer

Posted by: Justin Pyles - April 1, 2016

In the fall of 2012 when Martin Angus (Stevens Institute of Technology, 2011) began reflecting on the...

Camaraderie Keeps 94-year-old Alumnus Connected

Camaraderie Keeps 94-year-old Alumnus Connected

Posted by: Justin Pyles - March 31, 2016

Earlier this month 94-year-old Grady Drake (University of Florida, 1947) made the drive from South Florida...

Tulane Chapter Grows with International Flourish

Tulane Chapter Grows with International Flourish

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - March 1, 2016

The Beta Xi Chapter at Tulane University continues to expand its horizons as it welcomes three new members...

Award Winning DJ Gives Back

Award Winning DJ Gives Back

Posted by: Justin Pyles - March 1, 2016

Performing under the name DJ Kurr, Brian Kerr (Florida State University, 2015) was named the number one...

Wabash Legacies Looking Forward

Wabash Legacies Looking Forward

Posted by: Justin Pyles - March 1, 2016

Kyle Morgan (Wabash, 2017) and Adam Zink (Wabash, 2019) followed the Delta Tau Delta footsteps of their...

Delt Leads Selfless Life of Excellence

Delt Leads Selfless Life of Excellence

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - March 1, 2016

We have all heard it. Which fraternity did you join? The party one, the nerdy one, the preppy one? Andrew...

Chapter President Helps Delivery Baby During Blizzard

Chapter President Helps Delivery Baby During Blizzard

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - March 1, 2016

As winter storm Jonas bore down on the East Coast in late January, Rho Chapter President Anthony Grasso...

A Commitment to Leadership and Learning

A Commitment to Leadership and Learning

Posted by: Justin Pyles - January 29, 2016

Soon after he joined the chapter in 2012 Sam Snemis (Indiana University, 2016) felt an obligation to...

Lost, But Not Forgotten

Lost, But Not Forgotten

Posted by: Justin Pyles - January 28, 2016

Henry Joe (Cornell, 1982) has made it his passion to find and identify members from his Delta Tau Delta...

Ignite Program Sparks Excellence

Ignite Program Sparks Excellence

Posted by: Justin Pyles - January 28, 2016

As a Beta Gamma undergraduate, I want to share a few of my experiences within Delta Tau Delta and to...

Dreams Take Flight

Dreams Take Flight

Posted by: Justin Pyles - January 27, 2016

Long before they met at the University of North Dakota Mike Fretschel (2003), Matt Simondet (2003) and...

Arch Chapter Conducts Business at Winter Meeting

Arch Chapter Conducts Business at Winter Meeting

Posted by: Jean Lloyd - January 16, 2016

Meeting Jan. 8-9 at the Hyatt Grand Cypress, site of the 2016 Orlando Karnea, the Arch Chapter of Delta...

Leaving a Legacy and Building a Future

Leaving a Legacy and Building a Future

Posted by: Justin Pyles - January 8, 2016

Anthony Sansone (University of Iowa, 2016) didn’t know much about Greek life when he arrived at the University...

Entrepreneur Follows Drive to Successful Startup

Entrepreneur Follows Drive to Successful Startup

Posted by: Justin Pyles - December 22, 2015

As new member educator, Brad Summey (Kennesaw State University, 2011) often told chapter members, “You...

Filling the Empty Nest

Filling the Empty Nest

Posted by: Justin Pyles - December 15, 2015

Many describe being a chapter advisor much like the role of a “dad.” When Mike Hart’s (Bowling Green,...

Overcoming Challenges, Inspiring Excellence

Overcoming Challenges, Inspiring Excellence

Posted by: Justin Pyles - December 15, 2015

Paul Artale (University of Ottawa, 2001) (a.k.a. Paulo) has never considered himself disabled. He has...

Perseverance and Dedication

Perseverance and Dedication

Posted by: Justin Pyles - December 15, 2015

“We all have something to give, whether it’s your time, your knowledge or just a referral, we all have...

Award-Winning, Flourishing Leadership

Award-Winning, Flourishing Leadership

Posted by: Justin Pyles - December 15, 2015

Rajiv Patel (Central Florida, 1999) credits his membership in Delta Tau Delta for the essential quality...

Grants for Good Makes Domestic Violence Program Possible at Clemson University

Grants for Good Makes Domestic Violence Program Possible at Clemson University

Posted by: Justin Pyles - December 12, 2015

Through a grant from the Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation and the Norval B. Stephens Grants for...

Delta Tau Delta returns to Wabash College

Delta Tau Delta returns to Wabash College

Posted by: Justin Pyles - December 10, 2015

The Fraternity is pleased to announce its return of the Beta Psi Chapter to Wabash College in Crawfordsville,...

Sometimes the encore is the best performance

Sometimes the encore is the best performance

Posted by: Danielle Groves - November 24, 2015

We all see the memes and quotes floating around social media. Recently, one read, “You aren’t wealthy...

Allegheny Delts Come together to Renovate Shelter

Allegheny Delts Come together to Renovate Shelter

Posted by: Danielle Groves - November 24, 2015

The renovation of the Alpha Chapter of Delta Tau Delta at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa., has been...

Raising the Baar as a Long-Distance Advisor

Raising the Baar as a Long-Distance Advisor

Posted by: Danielle Groves - November 24, 2015

What does it take to make an impact? Trust, communication, passion and dedication. John Baar (Sewanee...

Delt Leads Selfless Life of Excellence

Delt Leads Selfless Life of Excellence

Posted by: Danielle Groves - November 24, 2015

We have all heard it. Which fraternity did you join? The party one, the nerdy one, the preppy one? Andrew...

For the Education of Youth

For the Education of Youth

Posted by: Jack Kreman - October 24, 2015

“For the education of youth.” It is a simple concept but at the essence of Delta Tau Delta’s founding...

Volunteer Bug Bites Dormant Volunteer

Volunteer Bug Bites Dormant Volunteer

Posted by: Jack Kreman - October 24, 2015

When the Fraternity initiated the Ignite program in 2012 the focus was squarely on the undergraduates....

When a dream becomes a reality: the story behind the Iowa State Shelter

When a dream becomes a reality: the story behind the Iowa State Shelter

Posted by: Jack Kreman - October 23, 2015

Four years ago, the Gamma Pi House Corporation at Iowa State University put in motion the plans to demolish...

Driving Research to create a world without type 1 diabetes

Driving Research to create a world without type 1 diabetes

Posted by: Amanda O'Neill, Manager of Corporate Development - October 19, 2015

In case you are not familiar, type 1 diabetes (T1D) is an autoimmune disease that affects millions of...

A Lasting Brotherhood

A Lasting Brotherhood

Posted by: Taylor Williams - October 10, 2015

Every other year for nearly 15 years, the Beta Kappa alumni who graduated in the early- and mid-eighties...

Young Chapter, Big Impact

Young Chapter, Big Impact

Posted by: Jack Kreman - October 8, 2015

Growth is the key to sustainability. Expanding the Fraternity’s reach and recruiting men of excellence...

A Rise in Recruitment Excellence

A Rise in Recruitment Excellence

Posted by: Unknown - October 6, 2015

Chapters across the country are seeing great success in their recruitment efforts, with outstanding gains...

An Alumnus' Passion is Rewarded

An Alumnus' Passion is Rewarded

Posted by: Jack Kreman - September 30, 2015

Passion. If Scott Rice (Cornell University, 1990) chooses to do something, he does it with passion. In...

A Catalyst for Change

A Catalyst for Change

Posted by: Taylor Williams - September 30, 2015

Treasurer. Sergeant-at-arms. Risk manager. IFC executive member. New member mentor. It is an enviable...

Brotherhood Sustains Us

Brotherhood Sustains Us

Posted by: Jared Chandler - September 26, 2015

Omicron Chapter Brotherhood Chairman explains why the brotherhood at Iowa is second to none.Brotherhood...

Young Alumnus Recounts Journey to Haze-Free Chapter

Young Alumnus Recounts Journey to Haze-Free Chapter

Posted by: Unknown - September 26, 2015

Ben Watson (University of Kentucky, 2015) describes in his own words how hazing was eradicated at the...

New Member Educators and Presidents Sound Off on Hazing

New Member Educators and Presidents Sound Off on Hazing

Posted by: Unknown - September 24, 2015

What makes new member education meaningful? Change Options Remove Joe Manoles, North Dakota State...

A Return to Excellence

A Return to Excellence

Posted by: Unknown - September 19, 2015

At this time last year, to say the shelter at Syracuse University was rough around the edges was a mild...

New England Alumni Chapter Flourishes

New England Alumni Chapter Flourishes

Posted by: Ross Theriault - September 19, 2015

The New England Alumni Chapter was founded in 2012 when Gamma Nu alumni Bryan Adams and Ross Theriault...

Build Excellent Chapters by Building Better Men

Build Excellent Chapters by Building Better Men

Posted by: Taylor Williams - September 12, 2015

How does Mark Lipnickey (Vanderbilt University, 2016) believe a chapter can achieve excellence? By building...

Chapter Consultants Chime In: What is excellence?

Chapter Consultants Chime In: What is excellence?

Posted by: Unknown - September 4, 2015

Second-year consultants answer three questions describing what makes a chapter of excellence.What is...

Shelters Receive Summer Facelift

Shelters Receive Summer Facelift

Posted by: Taylor Williams - September 4, 2015

University of California-Santa BarbaraThe Delta Psi Alumni House Corporation spent the summer months...

Dave Schreiner is proud to be a Delt.

Dave Schreiner is proud to be a Delt.

Posted by: Unknown - August 28, 2015

We all have moments in which events align to make a single emotion perfectly clear. For Dave Schreiner,...

Determined to Succeed

Determined to Succeed

Posted by: Taylor Williams - August 28, 2015

Bobby McDonnell (Virginia Tech University, 2017) has heard countless phrases and comments throughout...

An Internship of Innovation

An Internship of Innovation

Posted by: Taylor Williams - August 28, 2015

Pink lawn flamingos, colorful bikes and umbrellas, and a giant T-Rex skeleton. This is the scene Zachary...

Ignite Experience Gives Purpose to Young Alumni

Ignite Experience Gives Purpose to Young Alumni

Posted by: Unknown - August 28, 2015

It is dark and all but silent in the windowless gathering room in the basement at Camp Tecumseh in Brookston,...

Ignite Empowers Young Leaders

Ignite Empowers Young Leaders

Posted by: Taylor Williams - August 28, 2015

Between 1977 and 2006, the Beta Tau Chapter at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln won 20 Hugh Shields...

Chi Chapter Distinguished Alumni Panel

Chi Chapter Distinguished Alumni Panel

Posted by: Unknown - September 26, 2014

On Sept. 13, more than 50 alumni, actives and invited guests of Delta Tau Delta (Chi Chapter) at Kenyon...

How to Make a New City Feel Like Home

How to Make a New City Feel Like Home

Posted by: Tom Connelly - March 20, 2014

As students’ progress through their college experience, everything for the most part is mapped out. The...

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: The Pros and Cons of Internships

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: The Pros and Cons of Internships

Posted by: Taylor Williams - March 13, 2014

The Pros:Experience. The primary reason to ignore earning little to no income during an internship is...

McConaughey Delivers Advice for Guyhood

McConaughey Delivers Advice for Guyhood

Posted by: Scott Heydt - March 6, 2014

According to Scott Heydt (Moravian College, 2002), Delta Tau Delta's Director of Academic Affairs, Matthew...

So, You Were in a Car Accident...Now What?

So, You Were in a Car Accident...Now What?

Posted by: Taylor Williams - February 21, 2014

Suffering from a car accident, whether it was severe or a minor fender bender, can leave you feeling...

The Ripple Effect

The Ripple Effect

Posted by: The Ripple Effect - February 13, 2014

Last year in 2012, I set a goal of being a TEDx speaker in 2013. I did not know where it would be nor...

Attitude is Everything

Attitude is Everything

Posted by: Kevin Snyder - January 16, 2014

Recently I was flying Southwest Airlines from Raleigh-Durham, N.C. to Kansas City, Mo., for an important...

How to Pack for a Short Weekend

How to Pack for a Short Weekend

Posted by: Dylan Pyne - January 14, 2014

When packing for a short weekend trip, the first thing you should do is choose what your top and bottom...

Cooking on a Budget

Cooking on a Budget

Posted by: Anthony Jacobsmeyer - January 9, 2014

I love to eat. I am also generally lacking in the available funds department. Sound familiar? Food is...

Preparing for Winter Weather Driving

Preparing for Winter Weather Driving

Posted by: Connor Johnson - December 5, 2013

Many of you out there may have never driven during snowy conditions. But moving to new places for a job...

Making the Most of Long Car Rides

Making the Most of Long Car Rides

Posted by: Robbie Erickson - November 28, 2013

We have all found ourselves in those long car rides. What do we do? How should we pass the time? Instead...

Savvy Shopping 101: Part Two

Savvy Shopping 101: Part Two

Posted by: Paul Son - November 21, 2013

Gift CardsSome manufacturers set minimum advertised prices, and retailers skirt this rule by offering...

Savvy Shopping 101: Part One

Savvy Shopping 101: Part One

Posted by: Paul Son - November 14, 2013

The internet has made shopping both easy and more difficult at the same time. We can now check prices...

Men's Health on the Road

Men's Health on the Road

Posted by: Bryan Vanderpool - October 31, 2013

It is much easier to maintain one’s health while at home. You have more time to cook your own healthy...

The Importance of Thinking Differently: Achieving the Impossible

The Importance of Thinking Differently: Achieving the Impossible

Posted by: Kevin Snyder - October 24, 2013

‘Thinking differently’ is an essential and fundamental concept for living a successful, and more importantly,...

Guide to Sportsmanship: Lose with Grace, Win with Class

Guide to Sportsmanship: Lose with Grace, Win with Class

Posted by: Taylor Williams - October 17, 2013

As autumn creeps up in a multitude of vibrant colors and decreasing temperatures, so too comes one of...

Bringing Civility Online: Social Media Behavior

Bringing Civility Online: Social Media Behavior

Posted by: Bryan Vanderpool - October 10, 2013

Facebook. Twitter. LinkedIn. Instagram. Vine. With so many different social media sites being used by...

Thrift Store Shopping 101

Thrift Store Shopping 101

Posted by: Dylan Pyne - October 3, 2013

If you can get past the idea that the clothing once had a previous owner, there is a tremendous opportunity...

National Hazing Prevention Week

National Hazing Prevention Week

Posted by: Taylor Williams - September 24, 2013

This week is National Hazing Prevention Week, when organizations of all shapes, sizes and creeds come...

Study Tactics of the Successful Scholar

Study Tactics of the Successful Scholar

Posted by: Taylor Williams - September 20, 2013

Summer break is over, and it’s time to dust the cobwebs out of the recesses of your mind once used for...

Present It, Don’t Lament It

Present It, Don’t Lament It

Posted by: Tom Connelly - September 10, 2013

When one thinks of a standing in front of a crowd to give a presentation, there seems to be an immediate...

Delt Experience Leads to Philanthropic Career

Delt Experience Leads to Philanthropic Career

Posted by: Steve Vedra - September 10, 2013

Many Delts may wonder why philanthropy and community service are such a focal point of the Fraternity....

Personal Finances: Do You Know Where Your Money is Going?

Personal Finances: Do You Know Where Your Money is Going?

Posted by: Chris Bocchicchio - September 5, 2013

Do you actually know how much money you spend? Do you know what exactly you spend it on? Knowledge of...

A-Rod Axed as Spokesman for Anti-Drug Group: A Tale of Conflicting Values

A-Rod Axed as Spokesman for Anti-Drug Group: A Tale of Conflicting Values

Posted by: Unknown - August 13, 2013

Alex Rodriguez is far from a role model.He went to strip clubs. He was a misogynist. And he used performance-enhancing...

Tips for Recruiting a Road Advisor

Tips for Recruiting a Road Advisor

Posted by: Unknown - March 20, 2013

Chapters succeeding with The Road have one thing in common—all of them have alumni or volunteer support....

Top Ten Tips for a Safe Spring Break

Top Ten Tips for a Safe Spring Break

Posted by: Taylor Williams - March 15, 2013

Your last midterm is done and the tantalizing smell of one full week of exam-less freedom lingers on...

The Senior Year Challenge #6 -- Meet With a Financial Planner

The Senior Year Challenge #6 -- Meet With a Financial Planner

Posted by: Anthony Jacobsmeyer - January 26, 2013

Student Loans: Hated by all and feared by many. Lots of people have them, and if you were lucky enough...

Fraternal Lessons to be Learned from Lance Armstrong

Fraternal Lessons to be Learned from Lance Armstrong

Posted by: Doug Russell - January 18, 2013

Questions, frustration, disappointment, anger, sadness and fraud: all of these are words I have heard...

Choosing the Right Insurance

Choosing the Right Insurance

Posted by: Matt Stein - December 4, 2012

Whether you are pursuing a higher degree or joining the titans of industry, there is one thing every...

Kenyon Mentorship Program Helps Members Excel

Kenyon Mentorship Program Helps Members Excel

Posted by: Ellen Shertzer - November 21, 2012

On Sept. 15 over 30 alumni, actives and invited guests of Delta Tau Delta (Chi Chapter) at Kenyon College...

The Senior Year Challenge #5 -- Thrift Store Find

The Senior Year Challenge #5 -- Thrift Store Find

Posted by: Joey Mikac - November 19, 2012

While sitting in my room this Saturday working on a final paper, one of my fellow Delts entered my room...

The Senior Year Challenge #4 -- Get a Physical

The Senior Year Challenge #4 -- Get a Physical

Posted by: Anthony Jacobsmeyer - November 6, 2012

This week I am registering for my last semester of classes at Chapman University, and with that I am...

Step Out of “The Muck”

Step Out of “The Muck”

Posted by: Dan Couladis - October 30, 2012

Updating your Facebook page, tweeting, reality television, going out, errands, deadlines, etc...the build-up...

The Senior Year Challenge #3 - Get Fitted for a Suit

The Senior Year Challenge #3 - Get Fitted for a Suit

Posted by: Joey Mikac - October 17, 2012

After a hectic day followed by a membership committee meeting, I returned to my room one afternoon to...

No Chapter is an Island

No Chapter is an Island

Posted by: Justin Williamson - October 9, 2012

Many brothers boast the level of brotherhood they share with each other. Examples like new member class...

The Senior Year Challenge #2 – Social Gathering Part 2

The Senior Year Challenge #2 – Social Gathering Part 2

Posted by: Will Logan - October 5, 2012

Hosting a group of friends or colleagues at your apartment or home isn’t rocket science, but it does...

The Senior Year Challenge #2 – Social Gathering Part 1

The Senior Year Challenge #2 – Social Gathering Part 1

Posted by: Will Logan - October 3, 2012

Believe it or not, social gatherings after college are a little different than a Fraternity mixer or...

The Road Chapter Spotlight

The Road Chapter Spotlight

Posted by: Justin Monahan - September 26, 2012

Epsilon Iota-A has worked very hard the past three years to implement The Road. This month we would like...

Senior Challenge #1-The 30-Second Speech

Senior Challenge #1-The 30-Second Speech

Posted by: Anthony Jacobsmeyer - September 18, 2012

You might be asking yourself, what is a 30-second elevator speech?It is the dreaded response to the question,...

Are you up for the Challenge?

Are you up for the Challenge?

Posted by: Ellen Shertzer - September 12, 2012

Have you been fitted for a suit? Created a personal budget? Changed the oil in your car? Are you real...

A Traveler's Salute

A Traveler's Salute

Posted by: Mike Slaughter - September 11, 2012

I travel quite a bit for the fraternity, and those travels are often filled with memorable moments. Perhaps...

New Members Benefit from The Road

New Members Benefit from The Road

Posted by: Ellen Shertzer - September 10, 2012

“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” – Walt DisneyThere will never be a magic...

Take Action, Make a Difference

Take Action, Make a Difference

Posted by: Zach Hethmon - September 5, 2012

“Let me tell you something you already know. The world ain’t all sunshine and rainbows. It’s a very mean...

21 Outstanding Road Program Ideas

21 Outstanding Road Program Ideas

Posted by: Ellen Shertzer - April 4, 2012

21 Outstanding Road Program IdeasEMU RoadThroughout the past week, I have received almost 70 Road plans...

Leading with Excellence

Leading with Excellence

Posted by: Will Logan - March 27, 2012

Many of our chapter leaders are either now halfway through their terms of office or, like myself, are...

Leadership and the NCAA Tournament

Leadership and the NCAA Tournament

Posted by: Jack Kreman - March 20, 2012

Leadership and the NCAA Basketball TournamentI am a huge fan of the NCAA basketball tournament. In my...