Scott Gelbman ’13 Delta Upsilon and Paul Brodeur ’86 Phi Kappa Psi speak at the Massachusetts State House.

Scott Gelbman ’13 Delta Upsilon and Paul Brodeur ’86 Phi Kappa Psi speak at the Massachusetts State House.

Over winter break, government and law major Scott Gelbman ’13 Delta Upsilon  (Pleasantville, N.Y.) served as one of two externs with Massachusetts State Representative Paul Brodeur ’86 Phi Kappa Psi at his Boston office. Read the full story…..

Phi Kappa Psi was founded at Lafayette College on March 15th,1859 at the “Penn – Theta” chapter.OUR VISION: Shared experiences allow us to succeed in our careers and relationships

OUR MISSION:  The Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity engages men of integrity, further develops their intellect and enhances community involvement. With a legacy built on acceptance and trust, each brother realizes his highest potential through a lifelong experience of service and excellence.

OUR CREED:  Written by John Henry Frizzell Amherst 1898 and Kent Christopher Owen Indiana ’58, this document has come to represent all that it means to be a Phi Kappa Psi gentleman. How we act, who we are and how we should live…

Creed of Phi Kappa Psi

Delta Upsilon (ΔΥ)is the sixth oldest international, all-male, college Greek-letter organization, and is the oldest non-secret fraternity in North America. Founded on November 4, 1834, at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Lafayette College Chapter was founded on May 30th, 1885.The Fraternity’s motto is “Dikaia Upotheke” in Greek – “Δικαια Υποθηκη” – which means “Justice, Our Foundation.” The motto was adopted in 1858. Until this time, the motto of the Williams Chapter, “Ouden Adelon” – meaning “Nothing Secret,” was used.“The objects of this Fraternity shall include the promotion of friendship, the exertion of moral influence, the diffusion of liberal culture, and the advancement of equity in college affairs. It shall be non-secret.The current text of the Four Founding Principles is:

  • The Promotion of Friendship
  • The Development of Character
  • The Diffusion of Liberal Culture
  • The Advancement of Justice