The Phi Gamma Delta Magazine - Fall 2020

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and occasionally a virtual card game breaks out.

Virginia Tech | Blacksburg, VA

Rho Alpha hosted their virtual Pig Dinner on April 25, with over 140 brothers in attendance.

Western Kentucky

| Bowling Green, KY

5 Juan Dozier (2020)

established the Juan H. D. Dozier II Scholarship

at Western Kentucky University (WKU) in honor of the Black Lives Matter movement. The scholarship will support a diverse freshman or sophomore student who has been involved in leadership roles and aspires to be a leader at WKU. Juan said, "The single-most important reason for me to establish this scholarship was to honor the Black Lives Matter movement. I want to assist individuals who seek to become leaders in their field of study and in their community. If we want to see change occur, it must start with us and our ability to lead other individuals." Charlie Rhea (2015) is an epidemiologist with the Kentucky Department

for Public Health. He has worked with the Tuberculosis Prevention & Control Program since July 2018. However, since the beginning of March 2020, he has been assisting the Reportable Disease Section and the COVID-19 Response Team. In this role, Charlie assists with data management and provides updated public health guidance to health care workers throughout the state of Kentucky.


| Worcester, MA

6 Pi Iota brothers from

the class of 1975 met virtually for their 45th anniversary reunion in July. t


| Crawfordsville, IN Daniel Andry (2020) was awarded a Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship. He was placed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, for this fellowship, while he pursues a master's degree at Duquesne University. As an undergraduate, Daniel was a chemistry major and Classics minor, was a Latin tutor, and served the Psi Chapter as President.