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Alpha Delta Fraternity

 Chapter President: Rick Carlson

The Pi Chi chapter of Alpha Delta was founded at Duquesne University on May 15th 1966. Alpha Delta's philanthropy is Vested Interest, an organization dedicated to providing police K-9's with bullet/stab proof vests. Our philanthropy event is Bathtub Pull.

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Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity

 Chapter President: Salvatore Durante

Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity is a national Italian Heritage Fraternity, established on November 5, 1914 at Syracuse University. According to APD constitution, the purpose for which this organization has been formed is to conduct an all-volunteer staffed fraternal organization having for its objectives the common advantage of its members. To this end, this organization seeks to unite in fraternal bond college man of good character, to stimulate good scholarship and good fellowship, to promote loyalty to one's alma mater, to bind members to the commitment of their membership oath, and to provide service to the community and humanity. The annual philanthropy for Duquesne's Alpha Phi Delta- Psi chapter is the Valentine's Ball held each February to benefit the Pittsburgh ALS Foundation.

Delta Chi Fraternity

Chapter President: Zachary Galloway

The members of The Delta Chi Fraternity, believe that great advantages are to be derived from a brotherhood of college and university men, appreciating that close association may promote friendship, develop character, advance justice, and assist in the acquisition of a sound education.
The most public and perhaps the best-known description of the purposes of Delta Chi, the Preamble‘s principle ideals offer profound potential as a guide to daily life as a brother. Furthermore, Delta Chi has developed the Eleven Basic Expectations of each member, as a way to embody and employ these principle values.

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Gamma Phi Local Fraternity

 Chapter President: George Ramey

Gamma Phi is oldest fraternity here at Duquesne University, celebrating their centennial in 2016. They were founded on May 25, 1916. They work with local philanthropies throughout Pittsburgh, such as Shepherd's Heart.

Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.

 Chapter President: Stephan Osong (interim)

The Eta Nu chapter of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc., was chartered April 10th 2009. The week of September 18th is our founder's week with September 19th being our founder's day. We are partnered with St. Jude Children's hospital, as we frequently spend time with the children and supply food for them. We also conduct tutoring hours with the children of the Westley Center.

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Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity

 Chapter President: Chris Martin

Phi Kappa Theta fraternity was founded on April 29th, 1959 at The Ohio State University. Because of the dramatic expansion of fraternities following WWII and their similar ideals, it became increasingly evident that to stay competitive, Phi Kappa and Theta Kappa Phi fraternities should merge to form Phi Kappa Theta. The Pennsylvania Alpha Xi chapter of Phi Kappa Theta was founded on September 11, 2004 at Duquesne University. Our philanthropy is Children's Miracle Network. We support Children's Miracle Network by hosting, in the Spring, an annual fish fry during the Lenten season and Monte Carlo Night. The mission of Phi Kappa Theta is to actively develop men to be effective leaders who passionately serve society, Fraternity, and God. In 2015-16 we won best recruitment and associate member program amongst the fraternities here at Duquesne.

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Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity

 Chapter President: Paul Domanico

Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) was founded on March 9, 1856 at Alabama University. It is one of the oldest and largest fraternities in the country with 214 active chapters and 331,000 initiated brothers since our origination. The Pennsylvania Xi chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded October 19,1996 after it had merged with and taken over Zeta Beta Tau on campus. SAE's philanthropy is Children's Miracle Network. We raise money for our philanthropy by hosting the Shot in the Dark charity event to raise awareness about underage drinking and its effects on the body. Sigma Alpha Epsilon's creed is "The True Gentleman", which points out precepts and guidelines for which every young male college student, especially initiated brothers, should model their life after.

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Sigma Nu

Sigma Nu Fraternity

 Chapter President: Zachary Blanchette

Sigma Nu was founded on January 1st, 1869 at Virginia Military Institute. The fraternity was chartered at Duquesne University on December 5th, 1982. Our national philanthropy is the St. Jude Foundation, however our local chapter supports the American Gold Star Mothers. Our philanthropy is called the White Rose Ball and is projected to raise approximately $15,000 annually for charity. We have won the highest honor at Duquesne University winning the President's Cup from 2011-2014. We have also won the Rock Chapter Award which is given to the most successful Sigma Nu chapters in the world. In 2016 we won the award for having the Best Philanthropy event amongst all Sigma Nu chapters.

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Sigma Tau Gamma

Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity

 Chapter President: Tim Palmer

Sigma Tau Gamma (Sig Tau) was founded in 1920 at Central Missouri Teaching College. The fraternity was born out of the desires and aspirations of seventeen men in the belief that all men are social creatures and that friendships of college men are lasting ones. Sig Tau has grown to over 80 campuses across the country, including our chapter, Delta Beta, which was founded at Duquesne on April 17th, 1978. Sig Tau's national philanthropy is Special Olympics of America and we sponsor two events each year to raise money for this charity. The brothers of our fraternity strive to follow six principles, which constitute areas in their lives dealing with value, learning, leadership, excellence, benefit, and integrity.

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Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity

Chapter President: Stephen Koehler

Advancing character and personal development means unlocking the potential for each man to be a great college graduate and productive citizen.
A Teke is a man who is trustworthy and lives the values enunciated in our Declaration of Principles, helping each member integrate LOVE, CHARITY, and ESTEEM into his daily life. Our mission is to aid men in their mental, moral, and social development for life. Tau Kappa Epsilon creates lifelong relationships that enhance educational, interpersonal, community and professional success. TKE contributes to the advancement of society through the personal growth of our members, and service to others.

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