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    Showcasing individual members, the 'Alumni Profiles' section is a great place to check in on brothers and see what they're up to today. Read More +
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Alumni Updates

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News & More

  • Don't Miss your Chance to Reconnect with Brothers!

    We recently sent out a survey and asked our alumni members who they planned on connecting with this summer. Richard Adams ’70 said that, after having a successful gathering last year, members of the classes from the late 60s and early 70s will be having a get together at the Carolina Inn from September 30 to October 1. Read on for more information.

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  • We Asked, You Answered!

    Last month, we asked you if you knew anything about the brothers in this photo, and a few of you shared your answers. The consensus was that brothers Jeff Brown ’81 (now a UNC Trustee), Chaulk Broughton ’83, and Johnny Belk ’81 are pictured in the photo. Chaulk said, "I think this is from a rush event from 1979! I was much thinner then! I am well and practicing law in Southern Pines and Raleigh. One of my children just graduated from UNC in May." 

    Do you have any interesting throwback photos… Read More +

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Mission Statement

The Phi Delta Theta Mission Statement: Phi Delta Theta was organized with three principle objectives: The cultivation of friendship among its members; the acquirement individually of a degree of mental culture, and the attainment personally of a high standard of morality. The Three Cardinal Principles of Phi Delta Theta:

Friendship: When forming Phi Delta Theta, the founders saw inspiration in the friendship enjoyed by the ancient Greeks. They characterized friendship as a unity of skills, tastes and thoughts; not as a loss of personal identity, but rather a search for truth and a desire to be united with others who sought the same. To put it simply, friendship is being there for each other through life’s trials and to offer sound advice.

Sound Learning: Sound learning means more than getting good grades; it’s about having intellectual curiosity. The founders saw learning as a search for the truth; truth that is found through intellectual quests. A good student isn’t necessarily the one who receives straight A’s; a good student is one who is excited about learning and is driven by knowledge. His drive of continual learning continues after graduation and throughout life.

Rectitude: The six original founders were men of strong Christian faith. Several went on to pursue occupations as ordained ministers. It’s unfortunate that the word ‘rectitude’ brings to mind simply going to church or abstaining from alcohol. The men of Phi Delta Theta know that rectitude has more to do with the way a man approaches living. It revolves around doing what should be done because it’s the right thing to do. In these three ways, a man can live a life of integrity and the men of Phi Delta Theta have counted on the Cardinal Principles to see them through their lives during college and beyond.