DU Kicks Off New Semester

Hello My Brothers: 

Move in weekend went exceptionally well the weekend of Aug 20-21. The Chapter House was in darn good shape, considering. The final phase of the electrical upgrade is now complete. The plastering and painting were also done. The place was a little dusty from the plaster work but the contractors otherwise had the place in great shape. We also have new driveway pavement from Foster to Locust. Looks fantastic. 

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Remembering Tommy Kriebel

By Douglas Humes ‘77

On Saturday, September 28, 1918, 24 year old Tommy Kriebel woke up in Montfaucon, France, a long way from his home in Philadelphia.  He had just been through two days of pure hell – facing combat for the first time in his life in one of the most costly battles in U.S. military history. Kriebel was a 1st Lieutenant in the 313th Infantry Regiment of the 79th Division of the American Expeditionary Army, the name of the American army sent to France to help the British and the French allies in the fight against Germany in World War I. 

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