Phi Gamma Delta is a fraternity for life.
A brother of Phi Gamma Delta, no matter how old he is, must never say, "I was a Phi Gamma Delta when I was in college." Instead, a brother should always say, "I am a Phi Gamma Delta!"
While many of your best friendships and fraternal experiences were forged in your undergraduate years, I'm sure you'll agree that it has been the years following graduation that have been the most satisfying.
This year is an election year for not only the President of the United States, but more importantly, for the officers of the Rho Alpha House Corporation. We are planning on offering the below slate of candidates:
As some of you may know, we met with the representatives from Virginia Tech this past week about building a new home in Phase IV of Oak Lane, and I promised an update.
In an effort to improve graduate relations and to prepare the undergraduate brothers for life after college, we need volunteers to be paired up with an undergrad for the new mentoring program.
This November, the Rho Alpha chapter at Virginia Tech teamed up with the Omicron chapter from UVA for the 13th annual Fiji Run Across Virginia, running the game ball from the visiting location to the home location for the VT vs. UVA football game to raise money for The V Foundation for Cancer Research.
FIJI takes 1st place at Delta Gamma's AnchorSlam philanthropy, raising money for individuals with visual impairments.
The House Corporation needs your help to make this transition a success. We ask that you take the following steps to help us migrate all of our donors over to the new system. Please act as quickly as possible so we can immediately begin to realize the additional convenience and savings the new system offers the Association.
The 2015 Diamond Bowl philanthropy raised the highest amount in its history, over $23,000, for The V Foundation for Cancer Research, with nearly a dozen sororities participating in the event this year.
After careful consideration, the Graduate Association has chosen to discontinue the donation collection services provided by IHQ. After using their services for the past 5 years or so, there was a growing concern around both the cost and the complexity of its management.
Yesterday was the first day all of our Field Secretaries were sharing the same office, or rather the board room, until furniture arrives for their newly renovated space here at IHQ.
Victor Weiss represented us at the 10th annual Dick Vitale Gala for Cancer Research in Sarasota last weekend. This was the third consecutive year we've been invited...