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Delta Sigma Phi: Redefining fraternities

September 9, 2009

A new fraternity has arrived on campus with the aim of challenging what it means to be a fraternity, what it can achieve, and how it can help to better develop the individual.

Delta Sigma Phi was founded around the idea of "building better men." This is not just a saying that is thrown around to look good. Delta Sigma Phi is committed to developing young leaders through various means, including sending leaders to training camps, getting involved in the community and participating in sports.

Community involvement vital

Community Involvement is a vital part of Delta Sigma Phi, where the projects that are taken aboard bring tangible benefits to the local community. It's not a once-a-semester type of event. Delta Sigma Phi is committed to helping the community whenever the opportunity presents itself.

Furthemore, when it comes to sports, nothing is too hard. Currently, Delta Sigma Phi is involved in nearly all of the major sports on campus, with a dedicated team of men that strive to be the best.

Learn more on the Plaza, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday

This is just a brief outline of how Delta Sigma Phi can contribute to the community, to the campus and to the students. If you would like more information, please come by the Plaza this Thursday, Sept. 10 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Look for the Delta Sigma Phi stall. We will be more than happy to answer any of your questions.


Contact: Valentin Romanov
E-mail: vromanovaus@gmail.com
Phone: (970) 402-7986