Phi Delta Theta’s, Little Drummer Phi. Friday, December 6

Phi Delta Theta

 

The SDSU Chapter of Phi Delta Theta was reestablished on April 10, 2010. Ever since their return, they have strived to achieve greatness throughout the campus and in the San Diego community. Phi Delta Theta is focused on leadership, service, and academics while developing co-curricular personal and professional skills that aid its members well beyond their college years. They have recently been awarded Best Academic Program and Greek Week Fundraising Champions at SDSU. They also have been  recipients of the Dean’s Trophy.

This semester Phi Delta Theta is planning a big philanthropy. Little Drummer Phi is a philanthropic event that will benefit the Seany Foundation. This fraternity is planning to invite all SDSU student organizations and bringing our community together to make a difference in children’s lives across San Diego. This service-oriented philanthropy event will end this Friday, December 6 with a light show ceremony at their fraternity house. The show begins at 8pm and will run throughout the weekend. Phi Delta Theta president, Corey Polant, says “We are extremely excited to be working closely with the Seany Foundation and getting the SDSU community involved in benefiting such a great organization! The light show is going to be outstanding as well!”

 

If you would like more information regarding Phi Delta Theta or Little Drummer Phi contact Corey Polant at president.pdt@gmail.com.

 

Blog written by Ryan Smith, Student Life & Leadership- Front Desk Student Writer

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