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Theta Delta Chi History

In a plainly furnished back room of Union College (in the building then known as West College, a simple stone structure occupying the center of a square fronting Union Street, Schenectady, just south of the Central Railroad bridge over the Erie Canal) a party of six men met one May evening, and having quietly among themselves discussed friendship as a power, formed our fraternity, the ties of which now extend throughout all countries and climates.

Theta Delta Chi lays claim to many firsts. FlagOne in particular was the first Greek-letter society to have a flag. It was first flown from the Astor House in New York in February of 1870 at the 23rd Convention. Its colors black, white and blue symbolize secrecy, purity, and loyalty.

The Founding Fathers

• William Hyslop
• William G. Akin
• Theodore B. Brown
• Samuel F. Wile
• Andrew Green
• Abel Beach

 

 

 

 


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