Counting on Each Other

Sean Kern, ’90, recalls how the support within Delta Upsilon altered his college experience

On a campus as large as Penn State, it can be easy for a student to feel like a small fish in a big pond. But for Sean Kern ’90, joining Delta Upsilon made him much more at ease in the collegiate environment. “One of the benefits of being a Delta Upsilon Brother is that it makes a big school like Penn State seem small,” he shares. “I know that I could count on my Brothers if I needed support and they knew they can count on me too.”

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Remembering Don Gaston

Don Gaston, Class of 1918, is one of the names listed on the memorial plaque at the Penn State Delta Upsilon fraternity house.  And like all of those listed, he was more than a name on a plaque.  He was like all of the young men who have passed through the doors of DU over more than 100 years.  And when the country called him to service, he answered the call.  It has been almost 100 years since his death, and so it is time to bring him back into focus. For more photos, click HERE

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