Steve Pryor ’71 Zeta Psi Fraternity, president of ExxonMobil Chemical Company and vice chair of Lafayette’s Board of Trustees, recently spoke on campus about the benefits of natural gas. Titled “Natural Gas—An Abundant, Cleaner-Burning American Energy Solution,” the lecture was sponsored by the Policy Studies Program and the Gladstone T. Whitman ’49 Fund. Read the full story….
The Zeta Psi Fraternity of North America (ΖΨ) was founded June 1st 1847 as a social collegefraternity. Zeta Psi, like all conventional university fraternities, operates as chapters at various campuses around North America and the world. Zeta Psi has chapters in four countries: Canada, the United States, Scotland and England. Zeta Psi strives to be the premier international men’s fraternal organization dedicated to forging academic excellence and life-long bonds of brotherhood. Through active chapter participation and continuing alumni outreach, Zeta Psi members are committed to the development of leadership, character and intellect and to the service of their brothers, their communities and mankind.