How Giving Back to University of Buffalo Helped Its Students

March 10th, 2016


(photo taken from link provided at the bottom of this post)

Brayan Lopez, who was inducted in Fall 2009 at the Beta Chapter, University of Buffalo, has dreams of becoming a performance physical therapist. But, being a full-time student with two part-time jobs made the journey difficult. However, he is grateful for the scholarship received by his school because his journey could have been more difficult without it. His story was featured on the campus website, which was promoting the benefits of donating back to the school to provide scholarships for deserving students.

Read more here

Legal NYC and Asian Americans for Equality vs. King Henry Realty Inc.

March 9th, 2016

It is essential that living conditions are sufficient enough to provide a place to sleep and rest and feel safe in our own personal space. Residents of 173 Henry St in Chinatown, New York, however, were exposed to illegal and dangerous actions by their landlord, King Henry Realty Inc., according to William Xu, a member of the Asian Americans for Equality and a well-respected brother of Pi Delta Psi Fraternity, Incorporated. To provide a voice for the residents, Xu, along with members of the 173 Henry St. Tenant Association, rallied at Foley Square to raise awareness and protest against poor living conditions at the building. From there, Xu provided an overview of the health risks posed on the residents at 173 Henry St. and pointed out the unlawful actions of King Realty Inc.

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Forbes Highlight in Gainesville

March 8th, 2016

For months, brothers of the Sigma Chapter at University of Florida promoted the Light the Night Walk, an event hosted by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to raise awareness of blood cancer. Huy Huynh, one of the twenty men who chartered the Sigma Chapter at University of Florida, was recognized as a philanthropist by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in a recent issue of Forbes magazine. Among the list of executives who donated towards the cause, Huy was the top fundraiser in Gainesville for Light the Night raising $8797!

(photo credit: Sigma Chapter, University of Florida)


Brother Unity at the Northeast Greek Leadership Association (NGLA) Annual Conference

March 7th, 2016

Brothers recently attended an annual conference hosted by the Northeast Greek Leadership Association to learn ways to transform our community and further the mission of Pi Delta Psi.

Below are brothers from the Kappa Chapter at Cornell University, Mu Chapter at the Ohio State University, and the Omega Chapter at University of Connecticut.

(From left to right; Randy Tung, Brandon Eng, Tony Chow, Marco Wong, and Vigor Lam)


Raising the Torch

February 29th, 2016

On February 20, 1994, eleven men, coming from various backgrounds, established a brotherhood consisting of well-rounded leaders who would empower the Asian American community through leadership and service. These men believed that in order to accomplish this goal, they would have to instill the core values of this brotherhood into the future generation of leaders. These core values laid the foundation of Pi Delta Psi and became the four pillars: academic achievement, cultural awareness, righteousness, and friendship/loyalty.

Twenty-two years later, Pi Delta Psi has grown into an organization that continues to breed future leaders of tomorrow. No matter what, our brothers will raise the torch to light the path for our brotherhood as they guide the way towards success.


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