Where In The World Is Tim Finn?

We recently received a submission from our fearless leader. He'd been vacationing with The Baroness, (pictured), presenting El Capitan and Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park. 

Rest assured, Tim is back from vacation and once again, ready to serve in full capacity regarding all things DU!

Q&A: Jason Pitts ’92

We recently received a submission from Brother Jason Pitts '92, who tells us his favorite spots to visit in Happy Valley, what every man should know about money, and why walking through the front door of McLanahan’s makes him feel 25 years younger

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Thomas William Mason – First Signee of the PSU DU Roll Book, Co-Founder

By Alan Piciacchio '89- DU Historian

Thomas William Mason (c/o 1908), was one of two men (along with Gus Cohen) who had the idea to form a new society, which ultimately was named Phi Tau. Mason was born on January 30, 1884 and claimed Wilkes-Barre as his hometown. 

Brother Mason retired from Penn State as a Professor Emeritus of Analytic Chemistry, after 38 years of service.  In his retirement letter, provided by his great nephew Kurt Moser, Brother Mason notes that he changed his major from mechanical engineering to chemistry, thus it took him one extra year to graduate. Although technically from the class of 1908, in his heart Brother Mason considered himself from the c/o 1907: “I’m in the c/o 1907, all right. I’ve been its secretary for over 35 years!”

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