Why Would Anyone Volunteer to Oversee Our Fraternity?

Could Volunteering with Your Brothers Really Lead to a Longer Life?

According to a recent article by the Wall Street Journal, volunteering could be good for your health – particularly once you’re retired. A study “involving more than 64,000 subjects age 60 and older from 1998 to 2010 has found results suggesting that volunteering slows the cognitive decline of aging.”

Let’s all take a minute to thank the guys for donating not only their precious time, but their talent and treasure as well. Why do they do it? Well, it’s all tied to science!

Click "Read More" to see a list of our volunteer officers and more interesting research.

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Head Back to Happy Valley for Home Football Games!

Home Football Game Times

Ah, Fall in Happy Valley. There’s nothing quite like tailgating with brothers and cheering on the Nittany Lions in Beaver Stadium at a home football game.

Gather up your Blue and White, because PSU Sports has published the Fall 2019 football game times. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to come home to Happy Valley and experience some good old-fashioned Penn State football! Stop by the house, meet up with your brothers, and of course enjoy the game at Beaver Stadium.

Click "Read More" to see the game schedule!

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Survey Results

A Few Brothers Have Spoken.

You answered five brief questions in a survey last month. Here is what you said:

What is your fondest memory of being part of Delta Upsilon?

  • Partying with my brothers in a great house!
  • Gaining two of my lifelong best friends, John Del Signore and Steve Serfass.
  • The brotherhood at the time. We ate, socialized and worked for the benefit of the house together.
  • The great friendships and good times we had at the fraternity with the other DU brothers.
  • Dinners with brothers and the conversations that ensued.
  • We had a great group of guys and significant number of athletes that represented Penn State and DU of which we were all very proud.
  • Pledge brothers and the Egan room
  • The pledge process and being amongst friends in the Egan Room or building things for the house.
  • Lifelong friendships and brotherhood.
  • The brotherhood we shared over the years.
  • The brothers
  • The relationships and friendships built through brotherhood.
  • The bonding with the brotherhood.
  • Tim Finn pledge class party in Lavin suite

Click "Read More" to hear what your brothers had to say!

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