Our brother of the month for April is Kellen Jordan. Kellen is a relatively new member of Delta Kappa Phi. Kellen is currently majoring in Electric Engineering. For sports, he enjoys skiing. During the summer Kellen is a Bio Robotics intern at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh PA. Lastly, during his free time he likes to play the guitar. Kellen works hard everyday to better himself as a student at Umass Lowell and a brother of Delta Kappa Phi.
The Dekes Blog...
This will be a new monthly blog post to get a better insight of our brothers. This will not only show the diversity each brother has but will show what path they are taking to better themselves at Umass Lowell and at Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity.
This month we will talk briefly on Mark Andrews (our newly elected president). Mark is a marketing and management major at the Manning School of Business at Umass Lowell.
For work, Mark is a full time electrician apprentice. For fun Mark likes playing Soccer and Hockey. Mark works hard every day to better himself and to better Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity.
Our new winter 2017 semester class of 11 have a wide range of majors at Umass Lowell here’s some information about our new class:
Andrew Haluska, Major: Business finance and marketing
Hayden Muldoon, Major: Business marketing
Matthew Collins, Major: Psychology
Joshua Tomoso, Major: Plastics engineering
Brett Battaglia, Major: Business marketing
Tyler Battaglia, Major: Information Technology
Ethan Cohodas, Major: Mechanical engineering
Mykhel Walker, Major: Plastics engineering
Kellen Jordan, Major: Electrical engineering
Ryan Yatim, Major: Computer Engineering
Alex Anderson, Major: Computer Engineering
Over 20+ brothers of Delta Kappa Phi, including our rushes all got together for a night of bowling at Brunswick Zone in Lowell. Bowling is one of the many special activities we take part in at Delta Kappa Phi. For example, just recently we hosted a movie night at AMC were a total of 10+ brothers including our rushes got together and went to the movies. The special activities we host at Delta Kappa Phi are endless and always A-LOT of fun.
Our upcoming special activities so far are Karaoke night, Rock Band, bowling and skiing/snowboarding
Delta Kappa Phi is always involved in various sporting events offered on campus at Umass Lowell. Currently we have teams on Intermural Volleyball and Broomball. Other sports we have had and will continue to have teams on include soccer, basketball, and hockey. It’s very important for Delta Kappa Phi to stay fit and active by joining sports teams.
Our new president of Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity is Mark Andrews. Congrats Mark! If you would like to get in contact with our president please use this contact information:
Phone Number: (774)-279-3014
Additionally our new Vice president of Delta Kappa Phi Fraternity is Charles Phelan. Congrats Charles! If you would like to get in contact with our Vice president please use this contact information:
Phone Number: (857)-939-0495
The yearly Alumni Hockey game was held on February 19th, 2016. The turnout this year, as usual, was fantastic, with almost 40 Brothers in attendance. The game was a rivalry match between the UMass Lowell Riverhawks against the UMass Amherst Minutemen. The Riverhawks managed to pull a 4-2 victory over the Minutemen in an exciting game.
Inside the Town Club, Brothers enjoyed reminiscing about their good old days back at the Big Red House, and many stories were exchanged. A large variety of people came, including members of the DCF, members of the Supreme Policy Committee, the Active Brotherhood, Brothers throughout the ages, as well as their friends and family.
On Saturday, February 6th, some Brothers from DK went down to Pawtucket Congregational Church to help out with their monthly soup kitchen they hold. Brothers helped prepare the grilled sandwiches, serve soup, and pour beverages for the church’s guests.
Brother Scribe Max Lane had the following to say: “It is necessary for brothers to attend multiple community service events. The soup kitchen is one of the numerous ways Delta Kappa Phi cares for it’s community.”
I was also there, and I have to say that the whole experience was very enjoyable, from setting up for the day, to having great conversations with the people who came. The whole event happened in large thanks to Brother Dan Sartorius B1603, who helped coordinate with the church staff ever so well. Moving forward, the Brothers of Delta Kappa Phi will continue to support local charitable organizations, and reaching more people in need.