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Psi Upsilon Today, September 2016
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Join us for a Psi U backstage tour of
Wolf Trap's Filene Center.

Wolf Trap
This casual, family-friendly, and informative event includes a family picnic. Information and registration can be found at
John Wildhack
John Wildhack, Pi, '80 (Syracuse)
In August, John Wildhack, Pi '80 (Syracuse) became the athletic director at Syracuse University.

John had been executive vice president, programming and production at ESPN. John joined ESPN in its first year of operation, spending 36 years there.

Read more about John and his appointment.
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Phi Nu
Christopher Newport brothers support Newport News school.
Rico Francis, Phi Nu '18 (Christopher Newport) spent four months working with the princpal of Hidenwood Elementarty School to create a youth development program.

Phi Nu brothers mentor boys once a week on a one-to-one basis during school hours or help teachers prepare for classes.

About 40% of Hidenwood's students live at or below the poverty level. On the first day of classes, the Phi Nu collected 500 donations of various school supplies for the Hidenwood students.

Read more about this unique relationship.
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Luke Frommert, Omicron '19 (Illinois) after throwing out the first pitch at Wrigley Field.
Luke Frommelt, Omicron '19, realized every Cubs fan's dream by throwing out the first pitch at Chicago Cubs game last month.

Luke earned the honor by winning a video contest hosted by Men's Express.

Read more about Luke's experience.
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Did you now that suicide is the second leading cause of death in youths between the ages of 15 and 24?

At this summer's Convention, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the Canadian Mental Health Association became philanthropic partners with Psi Upsilon. The Convention encouraged Psi Upsilon chapters to organize or participate in "Out of Darkness Walks" on their campus.

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Expansion: Clemson, Purdue, Michigan
Learn more about Psi U's expansion groups

Clemson University

Purdue University

University of Michigan

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Coben Harlan Coben, Gamma '84 (Amherst) has been called the master of the suburban thriller.

His new book, "Home," brings back his iconic character, Myron Bolitar, who tries to unravel the mystery behind the kidnapping of two boys 10 years after the crime.

Learn more about "Home."
Nelson Donald Frederick Nelson, Phi '52 (Michigan) takes a new look at the events of July 18, 1969, when Sen. Ted Kennedy drove off a Chappaquiddick bridge killing his passenger, Mary Jo Kopechne.

What really happened that night? Nelson claims that the only rational explanation for Kennedy’s ambivalent behavior and flimsy story is that both he and his front-seat companion survived the crash but they knew nothing of a third person in the car.

Learn more about Donald Nelson and his book.

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The charitable IRA rollover offers an easy, tax advantaged way to donate to Psi Upsilon.
  • Individuals age 70-1/2 or older can give directly to qualified charities and avoid tax obligation they might incur from required or elective IRA distributions.
  • The amount donated is not included in the adjusted gross income (AGI) of the donor and not subject to percentage limits for charitable deductions. More generous donors who might not receive tax advantages from additional donations may benefit from a reduced AGI.
  • Appreciated assets in IRA accounts may be sold, and a distribution from the IRA taken, with significant tax advantages.
Learn more about the IRA Charitable Rollover
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Frequent Flyers
With his monthly gift, Jack Sherrer, Lambda Sigma ’14 (Pepperdine) is a Psi U Frequent Flyer. Here's why:

"I believe in the mission of Psi Upsilon and all that it stands for. As a Frequent Flyer, I know that my monthly gift can greatly enhance our organization's ability to grow in size, strength, and influence throughout North America."

Become a Frequent Flyer today.
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In Memoriam
In Memoriam

With sore and stricken hearts,
we mourn . . .

To report the passing of a brother, please send the date of death and a copy of the obituary to or snail mail it to:

Psi Upsilon Fraternity
3003 East 96th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46240

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