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Phi Delta Theta Colonizes Texas Upsilon at the University of Texas at Dallas



On Sunday, November 15, 2015, 43 men at the University of Texas at Dallas stood together as they waited to be pinned and become the Founding Fathers of the Texas Upsilon Colony. In attendance were several Phi Delta Theta alumni, sorority representatives from UT-Dallas, the UTD Greek Advisor Daniel Hernandez, and many other friends and family members. Colony President Eduardo Montemayor expressed the colony’s excitement to work with the UTD Greek Community and the rest of the Phi Delt nation to add to an already impressive legacy of Phi Delta Theta in Texas.

Leadership Consultants Zach Hilliard and Peter Stuart worked at UT-Dallas for the past 12 weeks to recruit the Founding Fathers and begin the foundation of what is sure to be a very impressive colony. The colony is made up of a very diverse group of men from five different countries, in over 30 student organizations and over twelve different majors. Despite the differences in each of them, they are all very excited to work together toward the goal of installation and initiation.

The past few months have been both busy and exciting as the Founding Fathers have spent time getting to know each other and creating a special bond within the group. The Texas Upsilon Colony of Phi Delta Theta is sure to be one to watch closely as their character and charisma are sure to lead them down a path to immense success!

One thought on “Phi Delta Theta Colonizes Texas Upsilon at the University of Texas at Dallas

  1. Congratulations and welcome to UTD!

    Kindest Regards,

    Karla A. Goss-Butler, ALumnae Advisor
    Delta Delta Delta, UTDallas

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