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Gay Fraternity Looking to Become Official at PSU

Delta-Lambda-PhiDelta Lamdba Phi (a national social fraternity for gay, bisexual, and progressive men) started a colony here at Penn State last Spring.

In the two semesters the colony has been here, they have held activities geared to bring members together and to gain interest for new members. The colony contributed to Team Rainbow’s THON fundraising by attending a canning trip with them. They also raised $600 for the Centre County AIDS Project by selling handmade ornaments.

It was stated by the Daily Collegian that:

The colony aims to become a link between the gay and greek community — it is soon to become the only LGTBQA group with representation on Penn State’s Interfraternity Council (IFC).

Started in 1986 in Washington D.C., Delta Lambda Phi has chapters and colonies at numerous colleges/universities across the nation. More information about the fraternity can be found at DLP.org

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Dennis

Dennis is a rising junior majoring in IST with a minor in Supply Chain. Outside the classroom, Dennis is an ITS Lab Consultant, a member of the Penn State Blue Band Drumline, and the current President of Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity. Check out his website at www.DennisSiller.com

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