Delta Tau Delta at Boston University Energizes Greek Life

Members of the Boston University Delta Tau Delta fraternity spray the “frat rock” on the BU beach. PHOTO BY MACK FREEMAN/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF

Not quite an established chapter yet, but soon to be, Delta Tau Delta Fraternity at Boston University has major plans in the making. Distinguishing a fraternity of gentlemen and dedicating themselves to up keep a solid reputation is above all on their list of “to dos” this year. As they update and discuss with Nationals, they are striving towards doing things differently, apart from other Greek Organizations on campus. It is not to be above the rest, as they support each chapter and participate in others fraternity & sorority events, they just want to bring positive change to the school & student body. A top priority is to continue remembering that they are here for the community, not just themselves. Of course, every chapter strives for the best, which “DTD” is looking for, but they make it known that they want members who have the “right mindset.” The chapter leadership consultant, Chris Bocchicchio, describes what a Delta Tau Delta man is & should be a  “recognized leader on campus, academically excelling — above the average GPA, able to donate time and motivation and an absolute gentle man at all times…” At 80 members already, Delta Tau Delta will be able to engage in official recruitment as soon as they are an established chapter in 2013. Though Boston University chapter hasn’t held a philanthropy event of their own and is still in the works, they are constantly involved with other fraternity and sororities charities often! Greek Life Threads wishes Delta Tau Delta the best of luck this year as they become another great organization to add to Boston’s campus. For More Information, visit: