Kovner Banquet 2022

After a three year Covid hiatus, we were finally able to reconvene our long and proud history of buffoonery at the 73rd Annual Kovner Memorial Banquet. The president of the Alumni Association, Jim Kelsh ’74, kicked off the event to a crowd of over 60 brothers at a new venue,...

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Chapter moves to new house on Diamond Street

Congrats to the PA Alpha Delta brothers on procuring a new house! After being ousted from our beloved 2000 North Broad by Temple, our resourceful brotherhood found a new place to call home. Take a guided virtual tour: The new chapter house at 1629 Diamond Street has 10 bedrooms and...

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Brothers’ News – Fall 2022

Some Pi Lams are doing great things, while others… Eric White ’17 – Sharing Minnesota Fair food abominations Reporting from the Midwest from his radio show… he tried the pickle pizza. God help him. Bob Hoch ’87 and Dave Campbell ’88 – Enjoying America’s Pastime Sports junkies, Sporty and Cambi...

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Brothers’ News – Summer 2022, Bonus Post!

Some Pi Lams are doing great things, while others… Bob “Sporty” Hoch ’87 – Did not Ba-ba-botch the first pitch A stalwart supporter of minor leaguers, Bob threw out the first pitch at the Brooklyn Cyclones game in June. Claims that he did not “Bababooey” the throw are still unconfirmed....

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Jarrod, Al and Lumpy on the stoop

Remembering our time at 2000 North Broad

Thanks to all the brothers who returned to 2000 North Broad for the farewell Open House and tipped some Mad Dog in memory of our Pi Lam homies. And thank you to the undergrads for listening to their boring (and highly embellished) stories of how great Pi Lam was when...

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Brothers’ News – Summer 2022

Some Pi Lams are doing great things, while others… Ryan Overturf ’07 – Booted by Beantown After building an impressive career in Boston where “Tawm Braydie is a gawd,” Turf and his family are returning to West Chester. Thankfully they don’t have a wicked accent in Chesco. Turf has been...

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Spring ’22: Out with the old, in with the new

Welcome to the spring ’22 class of new brothers and “later on” to a departing graduating class seniors. There is much to be proud of here. 15 years ago, the chapter was shuttered and our future was in question. Today the brotherhood thrives and perseveres. They are 60+ brothers strong,...

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Jerry DeQuevedo

Brothers’ News – Spring 2022

Some Pi Lams are doing great things, while others… Jerry DeQuevedo ’94 – He’s got your back After a very long but rewarding pursuit of a college degree, Jerry dedicated himself to the chiropractic arts. He recently demonstrated his heavy Scranton accent and dedication to his hometown in an interview...

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2021 Composite

Smile for the Birdie — Alumni buy undergrads a composite

When we shared the news that our chapter was struggling to balance the budget in the midst of the pandemic, Kevin Mickelberg ’96 challenged his brothers to preserve a piece of our history — namely a composite photo. In 2020, Covid-19 left the undergrads with financial challenges. Most students sat...

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Horvath Las Vegas

Brothers’ News – Fall 2021

Some Pi Lams are doing great things, while others… Seth Horvath ’18 – Vegas baby! Seth Horvath is rolling the dice on Medical School. He was recently accepted at Touro University, no, not the Mexican tourism college but a medical school in Nevada conveniently located just 15 minutes from Las...

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