Help Us Kick Off the 2016-17 Giving Year Strong!
Our 2015-16 giving year just came to an end on August 31 with $11,855 donated to the annual fund by 66 brothers...just $145 short of our goal! We want to thank ea...Read More >
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It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of some of brothers A. Rodney Boren ’38, Ken Klug ’65 Read More >
R. Todd Ruppert ’78 is the Founder and CEO of Ruppert International, Inc., a firm with diversified interests globall...Read More >
Brother John Clark ’61 saw an opportunity in his career to branch out on his own...Read More >
Peter WhiteCongratulations to Brother Peter White '66 who won the Gregg Cup, Kenyon's highest alumni award for his long service to the College. Peter is the 17th member of Delta Tau Delta to win the award!Read More >
In honor of Armed Forces Day on May 21, we would like to thank the following brothers for their service:
Sgt. At Arms Ch...Read More >
Tom Edwards passed away on Sunday, December 13, 2015, leaving behind his loving family as well as the man...Read More >
Doc Burns, Faculty Advisor Emeritus, reports that he misses Gambier and Kenyon tremendously but is adapting to his ...Read More >
Greetings from your Alumni Association. As we look back over the past few years, it is truly amazing to observe all of the great programs we have developed and the progress we have accomplished:
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Our gifts are coming in steadily, and we want to thank all our alumni who have made a contribution so far this giving year! Your support has been vital in maintaining our alumni relations program and upholding the rich DTD traditions for our undergrad chapter.
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On February 4, 2014, a new book hit the stands (and, Amazon, of course). An account of the highs and lows of the Brooklyn Nets’ historic first season (2012) in the borough, Brooklyn Bounce by Brother Jake Appleman ’06 has been described as “a breezy, cautionary tale for modern sports fans in an era in which money trumps all, and ...Read More >
The goal is 100-percent internship and job placement … law, finance, banking, social services, education, public affairs and Fortune 500 business. Thanks to Jake Thorn ’14 and several other members of the classes of ’13 and ’14, our undergraduates have significantly improved their chances. Alex O’Conner ’17 was the first to...Read More >
As we move closer to our Sept. 18-20 Homecoming Weekend and 4th Annual Byron Horn Mentorship Panel, we wanted to give you a quick update on those alumni who are committed to serving on the panel this year. Byron Horn’s dad is on deck to introduce the panel and share the qualities of Byron that he believes his son represented and stil...Read More >
According to the Dean of Students Office at Kenyon College, approximately “25 percent of Kenyon students become member of Greek associations.” While we know our Delt brotherhood is doing well (e.g., average GPA in line with the all-fraternity and all-male averages on campus), what else is happening in the Greek community at Kenyon?...Read More >
Seven of them are flying back to lead our homecoming weekend (one from London!). Others have traveled to celebrate birthdays with brothers, watch some exciting ...Read More >
In a few weeks, more than 15 of our undergraduates will be traveling to the Northern Division Conference in Cleveland. Several of those attending are members of ...Read More >
For many of us, the holidays come, and our lists of gifts to buy for others grows and grows … spouse, children, other family members, teachers, co-workers. The yard ...Read More >