Alpha Delta Phi

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Alpha Delta Phi
ADPhi
Goddard House
Michael Rose

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The Alpha Delta Phi Society is a co-ed Literary Society that seeks to build lasting, meaningful bonds between its members. The Alpha Delta Phi fraternity was the first fraternity to be established on Brown’s campus in 1836, and in 1974 we went coeducational. We have the best of both worlds — a Greek house and the tradition that comes with that, but also an open, accepting attitude. This is not your average Greek house. Our house sponsors poetry readings, game nights and unusually stylish parties in our clean and attractive house. In addition, we have a history of donating thousands of dollars to literacy charities in Providence and invite high-profile writers to speak on campus. But the Alpha Delta Phi Society is fundamentally about community — it’s about being a part of a group that we all feel is pretty special, and about friendships that last. So stop by this spring, meet some people who want to have a good time, and see whether our house is a place for you!

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February 3, 2011 - 2:44pm
Alpha Delta Phi Society

Meghan Kelleher '12, Music concentrator, ADPS


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November 16, 2010 - 8:26pm
Alpha Delta Phi Society

The Alpha Delta Phi Society recently initiated 21 new members into their community. Alpha Delts are happy to welcome newly initiated members to a cozy, co-ed community of oddballs and anglophiles, chemists and classicists, socialites and stargazers. ADPhi, founded in 1836, became the first Greek-letter organization established at Brown. Later in 1992, the Chapter became one of the...

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