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Duquesne University

Epsilon Alpha Chapter


Duquesne University
Founded: April 26, 1971
Status: In-Active

 

 

Chapter History

Duquesne University originated as the College of the Holy Ghost in 1878, and adopted its present name in 1911. Beta Pi Sigma was organized at Duquesne University in 1938. In 1970 the group, led by David Ramsey, petitioned for a charter in Alpha Sigma Phi. After a period as an Associate Chapter, the group was chartered on April 26, 1971. Mark Tolan was the first President. The chapter failed within four years of chartering. The chapter roll contains the names of its 56 initiates.


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This information should be submitted to tbtm@alphasigmaphi.org where it will be reviewed by Fraternity Staff and/or the Grand Historian. Your submission will not be acknowledged unless it has been added to the website. It is very important that the chapter's history accurately and objectively reflect the chapter, so all corrections, additions, revisions should be reviewed by other members of your chapter/colony before they are submitted for consideration.



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