The Spring 2015 semester at USF welcomed a new Brother into the fold of Delta Zeta – and that would be David Long. Raised in northeast Florida, David is a graduate of St. Augustine High School. He served in the U.S. Army as a light infrantryman and is a combat veteran of Operation Enduring and Iraqui Freedom. After serving in anti-terrorist operations post-9/11, as well as many civil relief operations through the State of Florida while serving the Florida National Guard, David received an honorable discharge.
David is currently a senior at USF, earning his Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. Upon graduation, he is interested in finding employment in public safety.
The DZAA extends its warmest welcome to our newest Brother, David Long, and certainly wishes him all the best as he completes his degree as a fellow Chi Phi!
The Chapter one again shows its success! Delta Zeta was recently awarded a score of 80% on their Accreditation, and a score of 70% on SOFE. Both of these scores are up from last year, and they show a great improvement for the Chapter, as they strive to become better men and uphold the Chi Phi standard of excellence.
Current Alpha, Brother Corey Irby, acknowledges that this improvement in scores is a result of the hard work, not only from last year’s Exec Board, who he says were on top of their duties, but also with the current Exec Board, who is working hard to not just maintain, but to continue that upward improvement in the Chapter’s success.
Snaps to the Active Brothers for striving to build better men!
The Chapter has been hitting the lanes – of the bowling alley, that is! The active Brothers of the Delta Zeta Chapter recently finished up three weeks of bowling, and while they didn’t exactly come out on top, they played well and had a great time and showed strong sportsmanship.
Six of the Brothers participated, and they made a great showing on behalf of Chi Phi – so congrats to all of the Brothers of Delta Zeta for a job well done!