The Time Is Now: DU Weathers Rough Patches, Moves Onward

DU is no stranger to the trying times facing Greek life not only at Penn State, but across the nation. Your Alumni Board has faced, well, to put it mildly, a whirlwind of adversity. It's time to get us all on the same page, and thus, I invite you to read a message, from me, your Alumni Board President about the new path DU will take. Please take a moment to click HERE, and read carefully, my Brothers, for we are all DU's in the end. We've weathered storms before, we'll do it again.

Justice, Our Foundation

Tim Finn - Class of '75 (And Proud of It)!

Let's Reconnect and Remeber Our Proud DU Heritage- Over Some PSU Football!

Announcing Homecoming Michigan State vs Nittany Lions tix

What?:  DU has 25 tickets for the Michigan State vs. PSU game in Happy Valley for Homecoming on October 13.  Kickoff at 3:30.  We will host a tailgater before the game near the stadium. 

Where is the tailgate?:  Location will be in RV parking lot (specifics will be forwarded).

What does the tailgate include?:  Food, drinks (alcohol for those 21 and over), usual games and comradery.

Where can I stay?:  Homecoming options are limited.  On your own.  Figure it out.

How much?:  $120 per ticket – price includes $80 game seat, tailgate kickers & donation to PSU DU of any leftovers.

When can I buy the tickets?:  Starting 7/26 – Tickets are on a first come first serve basis.  Maximum is two (2) tickets per brother.  Send money to Ryan Mullin via PayPal at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or Venmo @mullinryan or William Woska via Venmo @William-Woska.  Confirmation will be sent upon receipt of payment.

When will I get the tickets?:  Pick up will be on gameday, either at the tailgate or DU Chapter house.  They will not be snail mailed, texted or emailed.

Be There!  Aloha.

Jack Baronas Remembers Ralph Perri

By Dr. John "Jack" Baronas, DMD, Class of '75




I regret to inform you of the passing of our letterman Ralph Perri '75, from complications due to Parkinson's disease on July 23, 2017. Known affectionately as the "King of Butler, PA," he was an integral part of Penn State Football from 1971-1974. While playing primarily on the "Foreign Team," he epitomized what it meant "to give them a good look."

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