Here’s how Delta Tau Delta impacted my life

Delta Tau Delta is the place where we had a lot of firsts. It’s the place where we first ventured out of our hometowns, the first place we bonded to on campus, and the place where we first learned the true meaning of friendship and how to be real men. Read on to see what your brothers said on how Delta Tau Delta impacted their lives.

“Freshman year, Karl Starek ‘86 showed me how to be a good and kind human,” Jeff Moritz ’86 said. “His actions one morning taught me how to accept personal responsibility, apologize and show respect to another brother. I use this life lesson often and have tried to instill this in my own children.”

Richard Schori ’60 said that Walter Taylor and Jim Cox made a big impact on him during his time at Kenyon. “They were great brothers to whom I could easily relate,” he said. Bill Swing ‘58 was another brother who had Richard’s back — both during his time at school and years later. “He was two years ahead of me, became an Episcopal Bishop, and was a great support in later years,” Richard said.

Ben Huizinga ’14 values the “unwavering” friendships built through his connection to Delta Tau Delta above all else: “I could call up any brother at any time and they are happy to support me, talk, etc. There is no expectation and nothing but love between us all,” he said.

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