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Back to school with Delta Tau Delta 

With summer winding down, it means a new school year is right around the corner. Soon, another class of students will be back on campus and in town, ready to experience another great year at Kenyon. Of course, students aren’t the only ones who will be back in town! What are some places around Gambier that you can’t

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The Spring 2023 Chi Delt

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Did you receive your Spring 2023 edition of The Chi Delt? If not, you're missing out! If you didn't receive your copy in the mail, send your current mailing address to us at [email protected] and let us know to add you to the Chi Chapter at Kenyon mailing list. To read the digital newsletter on our alumn

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Thank you to our Honor Roll members!

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Thank you to these fine gentlemen listed below in the 2022-23 Honor Roll for their continued support of Chi Chapter! Because of them, we have been able to not only support our chapter, but support the alumni through communications, reunions, and financing.

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Ben Huizinga ’14: “Nothing but love between us all”

When Ben Huizinga joined Delta Tau Delta, he says it was known around campus “primarily as the fun, laidback fraternity.”   “People liked to hang out with us,” he remembers. “(They) appreciated that we were a little differe

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Delta Tau Delta On the Web

Are you plugged in to the Chi chapter social media pages? Follow us to reconnect with your alumni buddies online, find out about upcoming virtual and in-person events, and keep up with the latest news from the fraternity.

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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.

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Tim Holder ‘68: “A true Chi Delt story”

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The names in this story have been changed to protect the innocent and the guilty, but rest assured this is a real event that took place in Leonard Hall and surrounding grounds in 1967. Herrmann Heidelberg was a Chi Delt who was not a stellar student. He spent his time for three years and seven months playing

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Chapter Eternal: Richard G. “Dick” Evans Jr. ’55

Brother Richard G. "Dick" Evans Jr. '55 passed away Aug. 25, 2022, in Savannah, Georgia. He was 89. A graduate of Walnut Hills High School in Cincinnati, Dick joined the Air Force ROTC and Delta Tau Delta at Kenyon. He played football and was an accomplished lacrosse midfielder, co-captaining the team to an undefeated season his senior

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Phil Hammond ’58: 53 Years of Marriage Owed to Delta Tau Delta

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Several years ago, Brother Phil Hammond ’58 shared his Delta Tau Delta love story with us. It is reprinted here with his permission. “When I was in high school in the early 50's in Columbus, OH (actually, my high school was Upper Arlington High School), I attended the First Communi

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Only 4 months left in this giving year! Get on the Honor Roll now before it’s too late!

Brothers, we have less than 4 months left in our 2022-2023 giving year, which began on 9/1/2022. So, we are reaching out to you with a reminder to donate before the giving year ends on 8/31/2023, and earn your spot on the Honor Roll of Donors. Alumni supp

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Alumni News: Brother Joe Rubin ’86 joins WTJ Law following merger

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Story and photo courtesy of Whitney Thompson & Jeffcoach press release. WTJ is growing again! Our firm is excited to announce its merger with Fresno-based firm Betts & Rubin. The distinguished firm has merged into WTJ as of August 1, 2022, bringing local, longtime attorneys Jim Betts & Joe Rubin to our team

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Bob Stevenson ’59: “Learning to live with everybody was important”

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Bob Stevenson ’59. Bob was an economics major who later joined the Air Force and went to law school. He worked at Kmart for 30 years as the Vice President of Public Affairs. After retiring in 1995 he did arbitration, mediation and was an attorney for Bloomfield Villa

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How did your brothers make an impact on you during your time at Kenyon? Here’s what three brothers told us. 

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We hear it time and time again when we talk to brothers about Delta Tau Delta, there are certain brothers that when you think about your time at Kenyon, always stick out. Whether it be them helping you in your first year at college, or your favorite party buddy, we all have that one guy that sticks out in our mind. Hear what three of y

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Kenyon To Prohibit Student Residences In Lodge, Alumni Association May Be Forced To Sell

In 1968 the Kenyon agreed to house students at our Lodge.  The room fees allowed the alumni association to pay the mortgage on the new lodge and provided revenue to fund ongoing operating expenses and repairs of the lodge. In January 2023, Kenyon informed the Alumni Association that they no longer would allow Delts to be house

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Chi Chapter Alumni Association Board Meeting

On March 3 the following alumni were appointed directors of CCAA. Andrew Atkins           1999 Sam Becker                2020 Brad Berklich             2022 Harry Clennon           2021 Evan Cree-Gee           2018

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Meet the Undergrad Athletes

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Golf: Brothers Garrett Thesing, Logan Spiess, and Ethan Shapiro with Delt Alum Gregor Bates '22. Golfers were staying at brother Shapiro's course, Kiawah Island Ocean Course.

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Chi Chapter scores highest overall GPA

Last semester, the brothers of Chi were honored with receiving the highest overall GPA of any Greek organization with a 3.55 overall GPA. The photos include current vice president Luke Wilson (Physics Major), Ian Weihe (Economics and Mathematics Major), and former academic chair and current sergeant and arms Garrett Thesing (Mo

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Join your brothers for the Marine Corps Marathon

Photo: Marine Corps Marathon

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