As mentioned in an earlier post, we are excited for another year of Alpha Psi. This will be an opportunity you wouldn’t want to miss. You’ll gain insight into what it truly means to be a brother of Pi Delta Psi and develop ways to give back to your community and brotherhood. The link to register for convention is here. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com. Thank you and AY
We want to send our condolences to the families of victims who lost their lives and pray for those wounded as a result of the terrorist attack at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul. On Tuesday night, three assailants infiltrated the airport with guns and explosives killing 41 people and injuring 239 people before detonating themselves. It is unclear who the individuals were and why they carried out this attack.
However, this is an important reminder that preconceived notions about a group of people must be shattered now. At times like these, we must provide support and strength to unify our friends and families in our communities and across the world.
Let us reunite again at this year’s summer event, Convention XIV! Together we can help each other grow and succeed as brothers of Pi Delta Psi, members of our campus organizations, and leaders of our community. Be on the lookout as we will provide further details on how you can register for this event! Raise the torch, AY!
Flyer made by Brother Luke Vũ of Xi Chapter at University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
We are devastated to hear about the recent shooting that claimed the lives of innocent civilians at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. 50 people were killed and at least 53 people were wounded as a result. Ultimately, we can not spread hatred towards a group of people because of one man. But, let us unify and strengthen each other during these difficult times through love and awareness. Pray for those who lost their lives and respond to those who are in critical condition as a result of this act of terrorism and hatred. We can all be a part of this movement to help each other. Click here for more information on how you can help.
It’s quite common to see our news feed on social media such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. blow up with posts of how much we appreciate our mothers in honor of Mothers Day. But there’s one individual who shows his appreciation regardless of the day. Brother Alex Chu of the Phi Chapter at University of Central Florida credits his mother and grandmother for his drive and determination to succeed academically and professionally through his heartwarming messages on social media. His words are a powerful reminder that we must appreciate the struggles our family overcame and their drive to provide a better life for us.