PHI BETA CHAPTER WINS SEVERAL CAMPUS GREEK AWARDS
Order of Omega Sponsored Campus Greek Awards Recognizes Areas of Excellence
WILLIAMSBURG, VA – The Phi Beta Chapter of Kappa Delta Rho located at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia won several awards at last night’s William & Mary Greek Awards and Recognition Program sponsored by the local chapter of the Order of Omega. The chapter won Excellence in Risk Management, Outstanding New Member (James Moyler ’15), Outstanding Chapter Advisor (Bob Corrie, Beta ’53), & Greek Scholar of the Month (Hunter Gill ’15). The awards were decided by a committee consisting of Panhellenic and Inter-Fraternity Council representatives, administrators, and others.
The Phi Beta chapter of Kappa Delta Rho has been active at William & Mary since its founding there in 1994. The chapter has been frequently recognized for its risk management efforts winning the award for Excellence in Risk Management previously in 2011, 2010, & 2008. Next fall the chapter will be moving into a new house currently under construction by the College.
Kappa Delta Rho is an American college social fraternity spread throughout the United States. The fraternity places emphasis on Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship, Service, and Tradition. Kappa Delta Rho’s open motto is “Honor Super Omnia”, or “Honor Above All Things”. More information about Kappa Delta Rho can be found online at http://www.kdr.com.
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