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Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity

University of Minnesota Chapter

Founder's Day is Friday, February 28, 2014 at the Minneapolis Club
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We won the Most Outstanding Chapter of the Year award in 2010

The Greek mythology of today

Posted on by Nik VanDenMeerendonk

Being Greek is more than yogurt, The Odyssey and John Stamos. Depending on who you talk to, opinions on college Greek life will vary to dramatic degrees — from those in unabated, enthusiastic favor of it to those who can’t help but feel disdain and abhorrence. In a 2012 USA Today article penned by Nicole Glass, Greek life is analyzed for its social, moral and academic benefits. There is no hiding the fact that some organizations become part of less than honorable situations and these occurrences are certainly not to be taken lightly. But the dark side of Greek life has always been favored by the media for obvious reasons and it has done few favors to the honorable aspects of fraternities and sororities. The school year has just begun, and students and parents alike will find themselves considering what it …


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Our Story

There is more to Alpha Delta Phi than meets the eye. It is a place for a young man to develop a sense of belonging; where followers discover the leaders within themselves. It is a place where men support each other in all their endeavors to become the best they can be. We defy the stereotype and live by the sword and spear. No matter how frequent the false assumptions may label the fraternity as just another metaphorical societal toilet, our fulfillment of our motto, manus multæ cor unum coupled with high social, moral, and intellectual expectations will forever disprove the most stubborn skeptics and cynics.

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