• Brother David Smeltzer: A True Believer in Paying it Forward

    What have your brothers been up to lately? Brother David Smeltzer gave us an inside what he’s been up to since his time in Gamma Upsilon Chapter. Click below for more information and submit your update today!

  • Congratulations, Brother Liam Newcomer!

    Congratulations to Liam Newcomer for winning the 2015 Lives of Excellence Scholarship! We took a few minutes to catch up with Brother Liam. Click below to see what he had to say.

  • Now’s Your Chance to Make a Change!

    As it always seems to do, this year has flown by. Before we know it, the holidays will be over and 2016 will be staring us in the face. So, while you’re stuffing your face, opening presents, catching up with relatives, and drinking a glass (or six) of wine, think about what kind of goals you want to set for yourself for the new year. But don’t stop there! The new year is the perfect time to make changes in every aspect of your life, including Delta Tau Delta.

  • Brother Paul Ryan: New Speaker of the House

    U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan was a Delt during his time at Miami. Now, he is the new speaker of the House of Representatives, and the youngest one since 1875 at that! Ryan graduated from Miami in 1992, but came back in 2012 when he was running for vice president on the Republican ticket with Mitt Romney. 

    Ryan is the first Miami alumnus to be named speaker of the house. According to The Hill, Ryan received 236 votes and he only needed 218 to become Speaker.

  • Brother Dave Gibbons ’77 Shares a Memory of Brother John Ward

    Last month we mentioned the passing of Brother John Ward and asked brothers to submit any photos and stories they had of him. Brother Dave Gibbons had this to say:

    "Very upsetting to see the news of the passing on John Ward. Wardo was one of my roommates during his senior year. John was an outgoing guy with a great laugh. I will miss him. Here is a picture I dug up of Wardo with Bill Sedlack (sp?) – sorry, Bill
    Rest in Peace."

    You can submit your own memory of Brother John Ward here or to our editor at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • Meet Our Newly Elected Officers

    We recently elected our new officers for the 2016 calendar year. Click below for a full list!

  • Have You Thanked Our Heroes?

    In preparation for next month’s Veterans Day (Nov. 11), we have begun compiling a list of our Gamma Upsilon Chapter servicemen and veterans along with their stories. We have only scratched the surface. We need your help to build our list, tell the stories and pay tribute to these men who have excelled with honor. Click below to review the list and to leave your comments. 

  • Mark Your Calendars for the 100 Year Anniversary Celebration!

    Our 100 Year Anniversary Celebration will take place October 7-8, 2016 in Oxford, Ohio. Our theme is “Delt Leadership - Living Lives of Excellence”. More details will be provided in future publications. Click below to check out the preliminary agenda for the weekend.

  • Delts Continue to Make Excellence a Habit to Last a Lifetime

    The Gamma Upsilon chapter of Delta Tau Delta prides itself on service in the Oxford community and around the country. In the spring of 2015, the Delts held a philanthropy event at a local restaurant and bar. The event was titled “Cups Against Cancer” and all proceeds benefited the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. In total, Gamma Upsilon raised $1,500 to fight cancer! Our dedication to service and impacting others didn’t stop when final exams were finished, though. Click below for more information.

  • In Loving Memory of Brother John P. Ward ‘76

    It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Brother John. P. Ward '76. Though he is gone, he will live forever in our hearts and our memories. Click below for John's full obituary. You may share any stories and photos you have of John here.

  • Miami U Presents the David and Anita Dauch Indoor Sports Center

    Brother David Dauch '86 and his wife, Anita, have been a catalyst on several fundraising projects for Miami athletics, including a new Indoor Sports Center, which is to be named after them. Click below to read more about the sports center and David's thoughts on the project.

  • Looking Back In Honor of Our Upcoming Centennial Celebration

    We are planning a Centennial Celebration in 2016 and seek assistance from all Delts. If you are interested in participating on the steering and planning committee, please contact Steve Sutermeister at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Bob Carmean at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Read more to see more photos and submit your own.

  • In Loving Memory

    It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of some of our beloved DTD brothers:

    John Lindsay '48
    Paul W. Grubbs Jr. '54
    John Evans '56
    Nathan Roger Haring '95

    Though they are gone, they will not be forgotten. 

    In honor of these four brothers, please share your favorite memories with everyone in our Facebook comment box.

  • This Is Not Your Father’s Fraternity

    It has been argued that fraternities today do not uphold the same ideals and beliefs as they once have. In recent years, the image of the American college fraternity has been severely scrutinized. Though, according to Nick Syrett, a professor at University of Northern Colorado and author of The Company He Keeps: A History of White College Fraternities, fraternities’ early years were “a time when brothers were certainly no strangers to alcohol but when Greek life was also significantly different in many respects”.

    Is this the direction fraternities are going? Is the public getting the wrong impression? Do fraternities still uphold core values and morals? How would you feel if your fraternity was shut down? Click below to read more and share your opinion!

  • Donald C. Stogsdill, MD: Achieving Greatness!

    Donald C. Stogsdill, MD, has been named the new chief medical officer (CMO) at St.Vincent Heart Center, a member of Ascension, the nation’s largest Catholic and not-for-profit health system.

  • Most Recent Kershner Scholars

    The Kershner Scholar Award was created in the 1970’s to encourage consistent academic achievement and improvement. It is named after Fred Kershner (Beta Zeta, Butler University, 1937) who is a past international president of Delta Tau Delta and the longest serving director of academic affairs in the Fraternity's history. Click below to see which brothers became the Fall 2014 Kershner Scholars.

  • Did You Know About These Notable Delts?

    At Delta Tau Delta, we believe in inspiring maturity, engaging the community and setting a positive example for those who follow. U.S. Congressman Paul Ryan, who is a Miami Delt alum, has definitely taken these beliefs to heart and strived for success. Did you know that he is just one of several notable DTD alumni? Click below for more distinguished brothers.

  • Time Is Running Out!

    We set a goal of 50 donors and $4,400.00 for this year’s annual fund, and so far we haven’t even made a dent in reaching that goal. But don’t worry, there's still plenty of time to get in on the action and make your gift before our giving year closes August 31. Help us ensure DTD’s future by making your donation today.

    The more support we have, the more we can do to enhance your lifelong fraternity membership in your alumni years and sustain our legacy at Miami University. All donations are utilized to fund our thriving alumni program, including communications and events (including our widely-popular fall football tailgates), house maintenance projects, and to support our active chapter. Click herefor more reasons why you should make a donation today.

  • Whatever Happened to Ronald Tammen?

    Ronald Tammen, a brother of DTD Miami, went missing on April 19, 1953. According to Miami University archives, Tammen was a sophomore student residing as a resident assistant in Fisher Hall (formerly the site of a mental asylum, and now the Marcum Conference Center) when he disappeared from his dorm room, never to be seen again. He left a psychology book open on his desk, but there were no other clues as to where he disappeared to. Click below to share what you think happened to him.

  • Have You Forgotten Why You Should Support the Annual Fund?

    In our December 2005 issue of The View, we reminded you of why you should support the annual fund. In case you’ve forgotten, here’s another reminder of why you should make a contribution to DTD today!

  • Flashback: Class of 1955!

    There’s nothing else quite like taking a walk down memory lane. Here is a picture of the Class of 1955. Read more to find out who all are in this photo.

  • Where’s “Waldo”? Can You Find Dave Martin In This Photo?

    Do you remember this photo from Miami University’s 1968 yearbook Recensio? Chapter Advisor Dave Martin is in this photo of our first Delt house at our current location, but we can’t find him! If you can point him out, please contact Steve Sutermeister at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Do you have any more great photos you’d like to share with your brothers? Send them to our alumni relations office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • See What Our Brothers Were Up To In Oxford

    Did you miss the Delt Weekend in Oxford this past month? Want to know what famous alumni the brothers who made the trip got to meet? Click below to find out!

  • Delts Win Student Engagement and Leadership Awards

    Delts were well represented as Miami’s Cliff Alexander Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and Leadership held its annual awards ceremony April 21, 2015. The Student Engagement and Leadership Awards are held at the end of each spring semester to celebrate the accomplishments of Miami University fraternities and sororities, student organizations and student leaders.

  • Where Are Our Past Chapter Presidents?

    We are searching for names and contact information for the our past chapter presidents from 1950-1970, 1996, 2000, and 2001. If you have any information, please email Steve Sutermeister at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Annual Professor and Faculty Dinner a Success

    Hats off to Kam Meehan, the chapter’s Director of Academic Affairs, for organizing the chapter’s annual Professor and Faculty Dinner held at the shelter April 29, 2015. This well-attended event, which was catered by Paesano’s Restaurant, included numerous Miami faculty as well as Miami President David Hodge. The event’s goal is to strengthen the relationship between the brothers of our fraternity and the faculty of Miami University and, in that aspect, it fully succeeded. 

  • Delt Chapter Scholarships Exceed $100,000!

    Our chapter currently has 4 scholarships to benefit undergrads; the Gamma Upsilon Chapter Educational Fund, the John Newman ’75 Scholarship Fund, the David Smeltzer ’64 Scholarship Fund, and the Eugene J. McGarvey ’32 Scholarship Fund. These 4 scholarships in total are endowed in excess of $100,000!

    If you are interested in establishing a scholarship to benefit deserving Delt undergrads, please contact Miami University Office of Advancement, the Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation or Bob Carmean at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Happy New Year!

    Wishing you and your family joy and blessings in the new year. We look forward to connecting with you in 2015.

  • Are You On the Naughty List?

    Nearly 100 of our alumni are. Well, we're considering them naughty because they haven't kept us updated with their full contact information. How else is Santa DTD going find them?

    Gamma Upsilon House Association runs a comprehensive alumni communications program to keep our brothers connected via frequent email and print publications. If you haven't been receiving our snail mail communications, check to see if your name is on the naughty (lost) list. Follow the instructions to update your mailing address information, and that of any other Delts you may be in touch with. Our database is used solely for Gamma Upsilon Chapter communications and will never be traded or sold.

  • 2014 Lives of Excellence Scholarship Presented

    Join us in congratulating undergraduate Dean Firouzian on his receipt of the Delta Tau Delta Lives of Excellence Scholarship this semester. The $500 scholarship is presented annually to an outstanding man who best demonstrates DTD's founding values.

  • Happy Holidays

    Gamma Upsilon House Association wishes you and your family a joyous holiday season and a Happy New Year! We look forward to connecting with you in 2015.

  • DTD Wins Big at Greek Week

    Congratulations to our undergraduate brothers for scoring some wins at Miami's 2014 Greek Week, which was held October 25-November 1. Brother Patrick Freund also placed first in the Oxford CROP Hunger Walk.

    Overall, DTD placed 9th out of 23 participating fraternities.

  • Academic/Faculty Advisor Appointed for Gamma Upsilon

    Some very big news for Gamma Upsilon! Ben Wright has recently been appointed as the chapter's Academic/Faculty Advisor. Ben, a Delt alumnus of Butler University, has been hired by Miami University's Office of Community Engagement and Service.

    The brothers are all quite excited to have Ben on board, as he has already provided great ideas for community service, philanthropy, and recruitment.

  • Newly-Elected Officers and Scenes from the Chapter

    Our 2015 chapter officers were recently elected. Click Read More to find out who they are, and click here to see pictures from the chapter throughout the year.

  • Happy Veterans Day

    To all of our brothers in uniform, Happy Veterans Day! Thank you for all you've done and for your sacrifices for our country.

    If you are active duty military or a veteran, share your stories of service in the alumni updates section of our web site.

  • Mark Your Calendar

    The next Delt Gathering will be held in Oxford, Ohio April 24-26, 2015. Please contact Rick Rollins at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for additional information.

  • Celebrating a Brotherhood that Spans 60 Years

    "Understand that friends come and go, but with a precious few you should hold on. Work hard to bridge the gaps in geography and lifestyle, because the older you get, the more you need the people who knew you when you were young." This is an excerpt from an article written by Chicago Tribune columnist Mary Smich, addressing college graduates in 1997. Doesn't it especially ring true for us as members of DTD?

  • Grillin’ with Greeks Draws 200+ Potential DTD Recruits

    Miami welcomed the newest freshman class with a "Grillin' with the Greeks" event!

  • Hide and Seek: Tag, You’re It!

    James Rignall. Kyle Eberst. Greg Van Kirk. Brian Ashworth. Kevin Davis.

    Do any of these names ring a bell? They are just a few of the 94 names on our Lost List, brothers who are not benefitting from our publications because we can’t reach them! 

  • Alumni News

    Mitch Barns '85 is appointed to a new position and we share a list of brothers who joined the Chapter Eternal.

  • Details Announced for 1950s Delt Reunion

    The 1950s Delt Reunion, planned for early September, will feature a campus tour and a stroll down memory lane  with Stew Williams. 

  • Delt Shelter Open House on June 21

    Brothers and their families are welcome to stop by the Delt Shelter during Miami University’s Alumni Weekend. We’ll be open from 11:00am-3:00pm.

  • Scholarships Established in Memory of Delt Brothers

    DTD is proud to offer undergraduate scholarships that have been established in memory of our brothers.

  • Is Greek Life the Key to Happiness?

    A new study shows that Greeks have a better sense of well-being. Do you agree?

  • The 2014 Delt Gathering Was a Huge Success!

    Nearly 50 Delts returned to Oxford for our annual reunion in late April. Special thanks to Rick Rollins ’76 for making this the best reunion ever!

  • Grads from the 2000s…Where Are You Now?

    The Miami Delts website is full of updates from your brothers from past decades, but there’s not a single update from graduates of the 2000s. What are you guys up to?

  • The Annual Fund Needs Your Help

    Did you know that the annual fund gratefully accepts gifts of any denomination to our alumni association? These donations are at the heart of everything we do, and they help support the upkeep of our database and website and any print materials you send out. 

  • Looking for Lost Brothers

    We're missing email addresses for more than 1,190 of our alumni brothers, including Stephen Helba, Jeremy Dewinter, Tyler Arver, and Chris Kopech. Please help us keep in touch by updating your brother's contact information.

  • New Chapter President Introduction

    Daniel Considine is a strategic communication major from Woodbridge, Ill., who is also a campus brand ambassador for BAWLS Guarana, a high caffeine soda. He’s excited work with the Executive Committee of Delta Tau Delta chapter.

  • Help Find Our Sweethearts

    While Delta Tau Delta has a long tradition of naming sweethearts, we have several photos of sweethearts who are unidentified. Did you know one of the ladies in these photos? We’d like to get in touch with them and find out what they are doing now. 

  • Happiest of Holidays in 2013!

    “Christmas renews our youth by stirring our wonder. The capacity for wonder has been called our most human faculty, for in it are born our art, our science, our religion.” ~ Ralph W. Sockman

    Are you among the countless numbers that believe your years in college were the best years of your life?  This quote exemplifies the reason for that feeling. In college, we are still in our youth and have nothing but wonder for the future.   We are able to embrace that time because we are being taught- all the religion, art and science our brains can handle. And able to explore all the wonders that life holds, without the burden of careers, worries about money, and worries about every day life.  This holiday season, take time to reflect on the best days of your life and strive to relive them in this season of renewal and wonder!

    During this season of giving, please consider making a gift to the organization who helped us all grow and learn during our college years, Delta Tau Delta at Miami.  Click HERE to donate!

  • Welcoming the New Officers!

    The House Association would like to welcome and congratulate the newly elected officers, effective January 1, 2014!   Be sure to click "Read More" to find out about the new officers!

  • Next Annual Miami Delts Reunion April 25-27!

    There's still time to register for the annual reunion, being held on April 25-27th in and around Hueston Woods.

  • I'm Thankful For Tasteless Humor and Terrible Roommates

    It's one of our favorite times of year—Thanksgiving.  Click "read more" to find out how our fraternity brothers gave us so much to be thankful for, no matter how inappropriate, and then be sure to share your own stories and photos!

  • Looking for Homecoming Photos Past and Present

    Brothers, we're working on building out the photo album section of our website. With Homecoming a few weeks ago, we thought we'd start with collecting Homecoming photos! Go through your camera cards or shoeboxes and find pictures of Homecomings past and present!

  • First Impressions

    By now, our freshmen have already arrived on campus for what will likely become the most important four years of their lives. The choices these young adults make as they select their friends, community, and fraternity helps to shape their future and can lead to a very fulfilling college experience that is felt long after graduation.

  • Special Class Recognitions

    Special recognition to the Class of 1964 as they celebrate their "Golden Anniversary" this school year. In addition, a salute to the Class of 1989 celebrating their "Silver Anniversary" this school year.

  • Top 10 Greek Universities in America 2013-2014


    Look who made the cut for the Top 10 Greek universities in America this year! Find out where we ranked by clicking below.

  • FSPAC Fights for Tax Break Legislation

    With nearly 70% of all Congressmen and senators belonging to Greek organizations, the Fraternity and Sorority Political Action Committee (FSPAC) is rallying to gain their support for a tax break bill that would mean massive changes for every Greek organization. However, recent negative media coverage of the legislation threatens to derail FSPAC efforts so far.

  • DTD's Website Gets a Makeover

    Have you seen the changes on our website? To improve your online experience, we are excited to share our revamped web platform, complete with a visual overhaul and new features to make reconnecting easier. The website is still available at www.miamidelts.com, but your username and password have changed temporarily (you can change yours back when you login the first time). 

  • Rain Can't Keep Alumni Away

    This year's Alumni Weekend moved its keystone event, MiamiFest, from the Central Quad to Goggin Ice Center on account of rain. But that didn't keep scores of alumni from turning out to reconnect with former classmates and our alma mater.

    Were you in attendance for Delta Tau Delta's open house on Saturday, June 22? Tell us about it.

  • Brother Gets Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant

    Congratulations to Brother Sean Hayes for being commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United State's Marine Corp!

    Happy Memorial Days to all our brothers that have served our country, as well.

    You make us proud!

  • VP Candidate (R) and Miami Delt Paul Ryan Visit University

    If you don't know it by now, we'll let you in on the secret: Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan '92 is a Miami Delt. He was on campus last week for a campaign event, and DTD was featured in the Weekly Standard. Click here to read the story.

    We found this story on Paul Ryan during his college years at DTD and the relationships he had with several brothers at the time, featuring interviews with Gatewood Arnold '92 and Kent Taylor.

  • Miami Ranks Among Top Schools in Nation

    Miami University ranks 47 among 104 national universities included in The Alumni Factor, a new college-ranking platform that launched Sept. 10. Miami ranks 26 among public universities.

    The Alumni Factor uses alumni data to rate schools based on how successful their graduates are in their careers and lives. The Alumni Factor findings are based on surveys and interviews with more than 42,000 alumni during the past four years. Researchers measured 15 different factors, including income, net worth, job opportunities, intellectual development and overall happiness.

    Click here to read the full article.

    Why do you think Miami is among the best of the best? Click on the headline to share your response.

  • Gamma Upsilon Receives Court of Honor Award

    Congratulations to our undergraduate brothers, who were awarded the Court of Honor by Delta Tau Delta!

    The Court of Honor Award is given to the top 20 Delt chapters across the country during the 2011 calendar year. It is based upon excellence in programming, chapter operations and community & university involvement. This is the first time the Gamma Upsilon chapter has won the award since 1997 and the first time since its re-chartering in 2007. The Delts have already set a goal of becoming one of the top 10 chapters in this coming year.

  • Who Was Your Role Model?

    Have fun as an alum! In a new initiative to increase alumni participation in our communications program, we will be asking questions each month that will hopefully prompt some funny, meaningful and creative responses.

    Get involved by answering this month's question:

    Who was your role model?

    Share your responses below.

  • Still Friends - and Brothers - Nearly 50 Years Later

    Thank you to Dave Paulin '67 (on the right) for submitting this great picture of him with his fraternity brother Dave Clark '66 in the Withita Mountains in Lawton, OK.

    I am a semi-retired manufacturers' rep involved with the sales of polymers and chemical additives to the rubber and plastics industry in the Northeast. I am married (going on forty-five years) to the former Anne Armenio, co-sweetheart of Gamma Upsilon at Miami. We have three daughters, two of whom graduated from Miami. One is a teacher in Boston, the other lives in Vermont and is married to an physician. They have two sons. The third daughter attended Johns Hopkins and is currently a pulmonary fellow. Her husband is also at Hopkins finishing up his residency prior to starting a cardiology fellowship. Anne and I enjoy traveling, especially to Italy and France. I also play tennis an golf and do a little fly-fishing and skiing.

    What's new with you?

  • No Matter How Good the Party, You Still Have to Clean Up

    Thank you to Scott Skillman '84 for participating in this Q&A.

    Why did you join DTD over other fraternities?
    DTD was the right fit for me. They were excited to see me, and I them.

    What song(s) best defines your college experience?
    Thriller, Michael Jackson

    How did DTD help make you into the man you are today?
    One lesson reverberates: No matter how good the party, you still have to clean up. This one extends to so many things in life.

    What is your most memorable moment about being an undergrad member of Gamma Upsilon?
    "LAW MAN"

    What's your greatest personal challenge to date and how did you overcome it?
    Single parenthood is a challenge, and I am not sure I have overcome it.

    What role does leadership play in a man's life?
    Walk with confidence and others will lock step.

    If you were walking onto the Miami campus as a young freshman, what advice would you give to the younger you?
    Student loans will suck your life away. Do what ever it takes to have as few and as small as possible.

    What's new in your life today?
    Actively involved with several community organizations. I am on the Board for Candles Holocaust Museum, President of United Hebrew Congregation, Former V.P. Miami University Men's Rugby Club Alumni Association. I spend most of my free time with my two children, Sofia(10) and Izaak(8).

  • Why Did You Join Delt?

    Have fun as an alum! In a new initiative to increase alumni participation in our communications program, we will be asking questions each month that will hopefully prompt some funny, meaningful and creative responses.

    Get involved by answering this month's question:

    Why did you join Delt?

    Share your responses below.

  • Making an Impact

    In an effort to increase alumni participation in our communications program, we will be asking questions each month that will hopefully prompt some funny, meaningful and creative responses.

    Get involved by answering this month's question:

    How are the values you learned in Delt still making an impact in your life today?

    Share your answers below.

  • What Song Defines Your College Experience?

    Have fun as an alum! In a new initiative to increase alumni participation in our communications program, we will be asking questions each month that will hopefully prompt some funny, meaningful and creative responses.

    Get involved by answering this month's question:

    What song (or songs) defines your college experience?

    Share your responses below.

  • The Last Hurrah of College

    Exams are over, the boxes are packed, and the cap and gown is pressed and ready for the big event. Graduation day is such a bittersweet moment in our lives, as we say goodbye to the youth and vitality of college life, and usher in a new era in our lives: full-blown adulthood. Think back to your own time and tell us a story about your graduation day. How did you spend your final days as an undergraduate member of DTD? Were there any last hurrahs or memorable moments with brothers that especially stand out?

  • Delts Raise $1K in Relay for Life

    Gamma Upsilon recently participated in Miami University's Relay for Life. The Delt team reached their $1,000 fundraising goal, contributing toward the overall Relay total of $28,000 to benefit the American Cancer Society.

  • Remembering Our Heroes this May

    May is just around the corner. This year, we'd like to share your thoughts, messages, and memories of those soldiers who have served their country. Maybe you want to send well-wishes to a brother who may have lost a family member in Afghanistan or Iraq? Or you simply want to share a fond memory of a long-lost brother who died in combat? Now you can.

    Share your stories by commenting below (if you're logged onto Facebook) or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We'll compile your stories and message, along with those from other brothers, and release them in a special alumni eletter in May.

    Let's properly remember those who fought to preserve our freedom. May we never forget those heroes who died serving our country, the families who loved them and whom they loved.

    Thank you!

    Share your story below.

  • DTD: Forming Great Memories for Decades

    As we kick off a new year, we want to capture and publish some of the best memories from Gamma Upsilon brothers of different eras as we remember our chapter's history and see what has changed over the years...and what has remained the same.

    We pulled this memory from David Sheaffer '74 out of the archives. He writes: "[One of my best memories is of] being the captain of the first nude basketball team (this is one of hundreds)---meeting Denny Yohe and Frank Pusey in 1970, as a pledge---they had a pet monkey in their room."

  • A 20 Year Old with 48 Extra Years of Experience

    We recently came across this great story in the New York Times, featuring a 68-year-old man who enrolled in college – and chose to join a fraternity – at age 65. It’s a great read and a testament to the true fraternity values and the definition of brotherhood.

    Would you do it all over again, and relive your fraternity experience in today's day and age? Share your response below.

  • DTD Has Biggest Pledge Class on Campus

    DTD had 36 new members accept bids this spring, tying us with PiKA and Sigma Pi for having the largest pledge classes on campus!

    Click here to see a breakdown of bids among the IFC.

  • Chapter Gets Recognized for Second Court of Honor

    DTD had 36 new members accept bids this spring, tying us with PiKA and Sigma Pi for having the largest pledge classes on campus!

    Click here to see a breakdown of bids among the IFC.

  • What Do You Miss Most about Living in Oxford?

    No matter how far away you are today, you share a great experience with 1,316 other brothers: getting to spend four (or more!) years living in Oxford.

    What do you miss most about living on campus? Share your story below or on the message board.

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