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    The 2014 Annual Meeting of the Psi Charge of Theta Delta Chi will be held on Friday, June 6 at 4:30pm at the Alexander Woollcott House on the campus of Hamilton College.  If you are an alumnus or current member of the Psi Charge, please click here to submit your proxy.  


    In celebration of Reunions 2014, there will be a reunion event at the TDX/Woollcott House on Friday, June 6.  Annual Meeting will be at 4:30pm, Cocktails will begin at 5pm. 

    A Thought from Marc Cook, Psi 1874:

    "And here tonight we laugh at Time, and for the vanished years

    We have but pleasant memories and no regretful tears;

    For Time may whiten all our locks and dim the brightest eye,

    But Time shall never quench our love for Theta Delta Chi." 

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    Author/Educator Doug Lemov Psi '89 Featured in New York Times Magazine




    For many Hamilton and Kirkland alums, the houseparty scene shot on the back porch of the Theta Delta Chi house (now the Woollcott House) provided the most memorable moments of filming — as well as a chance to appear on camera. In this shot a stressed-out Pookie Adams (Liza Minnelli) tries to escape the crush of bodies.

    John Nichols Psi '62 and The Sterile Cuckoo:   Alumni Review Feature



    We say goodbye to these brothers, whose entrance to Omega was reported in

    Spring 2012


    William Christian Schmidt '43


    William Francis Love, Jr. '52



    Charles Michael Parry '54







    Omega 2009

    We respectfully recognize these Psi alumni whose passing into Omega was reported in 2009:

    Herbert C. Getman, Jr. '45

    Jack E. Hastings, Jr. '51

    James C. Spanos '85

    Henry B. Tinges, Jr. '56

    John S. Watts '55



    Report from Wisconsin Convention



    Dr. Lewis S. Rathbun '35

     Psi Alumnus Publishes Autobiography

    "Lewis Rathbun's journey through life and medicine is one that takes us from the farms of Upstate New York to the battleships in the South Pacific, from Boston's halls of higher education and into the clinical settings of Western North Carolina medicine--where science and human spirit work ceaselessly together to bring life into the world safely and leave the world peacefully."

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